Soil calculations.

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Soil is a unique building material.

The soil – naturally evolving over millions of years of the Earth’s history – may be firm or soft, it may be rock or it may be clay. Whenever we build our structures on and in the soil, it becomes our building site. Depending on its texture and the history of its formation, the soil reacts to our structures – and they to it – in differing and non-linear ways.

For many special structures, accurately forecasting this interaction of structure and site is an exciting and challenging task which demands great experience.

Because every different soil is a unique building material.

Are they still watertight?

Southern Sülfeld Lock

Design of excavation pit

Wolfsburg Sülfeld

Heating for the city.

District Heating Tunnel

Deformation due to shield tunnelling

Hamburg-Moorburg to Altona

 

SUSE, lead the way.

Shield Machines

S-738, 746 - Constructional testing

Filder Tunnel, Stuttgart 21

A big hole next to the Alster lake.

Cut & cover building pit

Europa Passage

Hamburg

Building on a historic site.

Ericusspitze

Building pit and pile foundation

Hamburg HafenCity

Keeping the port on track.

Predöhl Quay, Berth 3

Deformation calculations

Hamburg-Waltershof

It starts in the earth.

Cut & cover building pit

Office Building Alsterufer 1-3

Hamburg

An office building like an ocean liner.

Dockland

Office Building

Hamburg

A house with a stunning view over the Elbe.

Neumühlen No. 17

Office Building on the Polder

Hamburg

A practically forgotten relic.

Schellfischtunnel

Statics calculation

Hamburg-Altona

Far more than a station roof.

Intercity Train Station

Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt am Main

Berths for giants.

Harbour Expansion

New Building of Berths

Hamburg Altenwerder

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Projects unfiltered.

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Projects categorised.

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Current Projects.