Formwork that inspires: You can discover here what it looks like when buildings are really dressed up with our help – each with examples from our areas of activity.
Technical Town Hall, Mannheim
Perfect for technical masterpieces: The new Technical Town Hall in the Glückstein Quarter is located in the south of the Baden-Württemberg city of Mannheim, in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. Implenia Schalungsbau played a leading role in the construction of the building.
The contract includes the construction of a 650-metre bridge over Mälarbanan, Bällstaån and E18 with a connection to the existing E18 motorway in Hjulsta. In addition, another 70 metres of bridge are included in the order.
Future cast in concrete: The historic railway bridge over the Alb in Albbruck no longer met today's rail traffic requirements and was therefore replaced by a reinforced concrete bridge. It was put into operation on 29 November 2019.
Farrisbrua (E 18 Larvik Norway, length: 570 metres)
A monumental achievement: the Farris Bridge is a 570-metre-long and 28-metre-wide bridge structure. It runs in a curve around the southern shore of Lake Farris.
Lake Farris secures the water supply for the surrounding communities, including Lavik with its 40,000 inhabitants. The contract for the construction of the Farris Bridge was put out to tender in the summer of 2013 and there were three bids. The lowest bid was submitted by Bilfinger Construction GmbH - at approximately NOK 719 million. The contract was signed in November 2013.
Albvorlandtunnel Inner shell / construction site east/west, Wendlingen a. Neckar, Germany
A mountain of expertise is required: with a length of 8176 metres, the project is one of the eight large tunnel structures of the Stuttgart-Ulm railway project, which includes the "Wendlinger Kurve" goods train connection of 494 metres and another goods train connection of 173 metres under the A8. The tunnel consists of two single-track tubes, each of which can be driven at speeds of up to 250 kilometres per hour.
All for science: CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire), is one of the largest and most renowned centres for basic physics research in the world. Here, researchers search for the fundamental laws of the universe. At CERN, the world's largest and most complex equipment is used to research the smallest components of matter: the elementary particles.
Underground stations (U5) "Unter den Linden" and "Museumsinsel", incl. track change system, Berlin, Germany
The project "Lückenschluss U5" in the heart of Berlin connects the traditional U5 line from Hönow to Alexanderplatz with the U55 between Alexanderplatz and Brandenburg Gate. The 2.2 km tunnel section also includes the new underground stations "Museumsinsel", "Unter den Linden" and "Rotes Rathaus", plus a track change facility.
Tailor-made protective measures: As part of the renovation of the Niederhafen flood protection system, Implenia Schalungsbau GmbH supplied the executing company Hochtief Infrastructure GmbH with formwork.
Innovation, rethought: On the Merck company premises to the west of Frankfurter Straße, we have built the Innovation Center with employee restaurant together with Ed. Züblin AG as the new centrepiece of the site.