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|Engineering | Build||
A unique installation, Conversation Plinth is a collaboration between IKD, a Boston-based architectural design firm, Bensonwood, SMARTLAM, the first CLT manufacturer in the US, and Clemson University’s Wood Utilization and Design Institute.
One of five Exhibit Columbus winners of the J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller prize, Conversation Plinth is designed to generate conversation around the use of hardwood CLTs in US construction. While softwood CLTs have been used in North America in the construction of mid-to-high-rise buildings, the hardwood variety has only been available in Europe.
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
Boston, MA, USA
In September 2017, the Design Building at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst was completed. The $52 million project is one of the largest timber structures in the USA and one of the largest wood-concrete composite projects in the world.
In 2016, NEDCON got the assignment to install the steelwork for two fully automated distribution centres for two supermarket companies. One distribution centre is located in the US state of Michigan and the other distribution centre in the Canadian province of Alberta.
|Tank Structural Design||
Rocky Summit Engineering Consulting, LLC
Irving, Texas, USA
Aquamate, a leading manufacturer of corrugated water tanks in Australia, plans to enter the North American market by the end of 2016.
Therefore, it is necessary to verify that the tanks meet all US codes and standards before the end of the year.
|Planning, Structural Analysis & Atrium Construction||
Novum Structures LLC
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, USA
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts located in Kansas City, MO, USA, has a floor space of 27,000 m². The glass atrium is the signature feature of this building (dimensions L x W x H: 97 m x 22 m x 23 m) which connects the main entry to both performance venues.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
The new Candlewood Suites on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, opened in 2016, is the first cross‑laminated timber (CLT) hotel constructed in the United States.
This four story hotel with 92 units serves the lodging needs of the Redstone Arsenal Army post. The walls, floors/roof, and stair and elevator shafts feature 1,782 m3 of CLT material and 366 m3 of glulam material.
STUTZKI Engineering, Inc.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Four different point-supported glass chandeliers are focal points of the newly renovated shopping mall at Keystone, Indianapolis, USA.
Each chandelier consists of hanging glass plates, which are point-supported from brackets on stainless steel rings.
Engineering & Subcontractor
Novum Structures LLC
Menomonee Falls, USA
The following data belong to the steel construction of the "Enigma".
Length: 37 m | Width: 30 m | Height: 23 m | Weight: ~ 47 t
Number of Nodes: 815 | Members: 1,613 | Materials: 3 | Cross-Sections: 5
In January 2011, the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, opened its doors to the public. It contains the largest collection of Dalí’s artwork outside Spain, including oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, graphics, photographs and sculptures.
The architectural highlight is the "Enigma," a glazed atrium that drapes over the side of the boxy reinforced-concrete building. The structural analysis of this unique steel-glass construction was carried out with RSTAB by the Dlubal Software customer Novum Structures.
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.”