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|Timber Roof Structure and Engineering||
After three years of construction, the new production of the renowned Scottish whisky maker Macallan was completed in May 2018. The company building has a spectacular roof structure which fits perfectly into the surrounding landscape. The green roof spans over a length of more than 200 m. It consists of five domes with tapered off canopy.
|Structural Analysis Timber Construction||
enartec - engineering + architecture, Italy
|Timber Construction Prefabrication, Work Planning and Assembly||
WIEHAG Holding AG, Austria
With the Crossrail railway line in Great Britain, one of the biggest infrastructure projects of Europe is in progress. The construction costs for the 118‑kilometre railway line amount to about €21 billion. It runs from Reading in Berkshire in the West to Shenfield in Essex in the East crossing through the centre of London.
A branch line runs under the Thames to Woolwich and ends at the recently completed Abbey Wood Station. Its extraordinary timber roof construction has the shape of a huge manta ray which seems to hover above the station.
Planning, Analysis and Construction of Roofing
Overall Project Engineering
A unique wooden structure is located in the heart of London since the end of March 2014. In a period of just six months, the Austrian company WIEHAG built the roof with a total length of 300 m for the Crossrail railway station situated in the business district Canary Wharf.
pbb Planung und Projektsteuerung GmbH
In October 2010, the Waterside Theatre opened its doors in Aylesbury near London. The town's new emblem mirrors in its floor plan and roof structure the shape of the "Chiltern Hills" in South East England.
The bar-shaped timber columns in the inside and outside area refer to the depths of the forest. The facade construction whose supporting structure is external, which means that the building's envelope is actually built inside (reversed facade), describes a floor plan having the shape of a peanut with six different radii of curvature.
MERO-TSK International GmbH & Co. KG
The Eden Project in Cornwall, United Kingdom, is a complex of two huge biome buildings consisting of several domes and outdoor gardens. Inside the biomes, there are plants of several thousands species collected from many diverse climates and environments which serves for biological studies and exhibitions.
The Rainforest Biome was built in the second phase of The Eden Project’s development. It is kept at a tropical temperature and moisture level and covers over 1,000 varieties of tropical plants.
MERO-TSK International GmbH & Co. KG
D-97084 Würzburg, Germany
Length: 61.37 m | Width: 50.17 m | Height: 9.67 m | Weight: 168.83 t
Nodes: 4,581 | Members: 6,752 | Materials: 6, Cross-Sections: 56
20 load cases, 99 load groups and 3 load combinations.
The structure was modeled using 108 cross-sections partly created in SHAPE‑THIN.
Successful Project with RFEM and RSTAB
“The art project 'Solhjul' was designed with the programs RSTAB and RFEM. The great support by Dlubal Software contributed to the success of the project.”
Reduced Costs Thanks to Dlubal Software
“We could perform a very satisfying structural analysis of our project. We were able to reduce our material costs, we are excited.”