Projects

  • A filling station has been built in the Slovakian capital Bratislava directly at the KORZO shopping centre. The formwork for the two concrete round support columns was made using Tubbox® column formers, type "spiral“.
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  • The office and business buildings "Business Garden Bucharest" are situated in a central location in the Romanian capital City. For this construction project, MAX FRANK supplied Stremaform® formwork elements with integrated transverse force dowels.
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  • An Austrian-Italian joint project in under way below the Brenner Pass to build a railway tunnel for freight and passenger traffic - the Brenner base tunnel.
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  • The online giant Amazon is investing 200 million Euro in a new Logistics Centre in El Prat del Llobregat near Barcelona. Heavy loads and joint widths of up to 60 mm required the biggest MAX FRANK Egcodorn® WQ 350.
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  • The Jaber Causeway project is one of the largest infrastructure ventures in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. Max Frank Middle East [FZE] delivered concrete spacers for the causeway.
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  • High grade use requirements of modern buildings require comprehensive concepts, which usually reach far beyond the performance limits of conventional waterproof construction. One possible approach is the use of a fully bonded membrane to provide an engineered system to unforeseeable cracks, thus sustainably protecting the building.
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  • The construction of the new Stuttgart railway station means that part of the current metropolitan railway line U12 has to be relocated. Furthermore, the "Milaneo" shopping centre in the Europa quarter will be connected by two new tunnels about 600 metres in length. A mass-spring system was used for the acoustic decoupling.
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  • The project ‘Atlas Quarter Apartments’ will be realized in Christchurch, New Zealand. Christchurch is the largest city on South Island and major tourism destination in New Zealand.
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  • Due to the continuous growth and development in Qatar, the Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has decided to launch an ambitious water project to provide seven days strategic water storage within its network system.
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  • In the CityLife project, a new business and residential district is being built on the site of the old exhibition centre in Milan. The project is centred on three special landmark towers – the 202-metre high "Torre Isozaki", the 175-metre high "Torre Hadid" and the approximately 150-metre high "Torre Libeskind".
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