As part of the reconstruction of the Beyer Bau building complex on the TU Dresden campus, load-bearing deficits in beams and ceilings are to be eliminated by strengthening with carbon reinforced concrete technology. The deficits mostly result from increased usage requirements and the very slim design of the existing building. In a feasibility study, the use of carbon reinforced concrete was proven to be a good alternative to the demolition and new construction of the existing historic structure, and was favoured not only in terms of the protection of the existing structure but also from an economic point of view.
|Project manager||J. Bochmann|
- Preparation of plans for approval and execution on behalf of the engineering office Mathes Beratende Ingenieure GmbH (MING)
- Support of the comprehensive project-related approval process including coordination with testing authorities, test engineers and laboratories as well as expert report
The CARBOCON team is also at your disposal as a central contact partner with interdisciplinary expertise. In connection with our range of services, this enables us to take care of various customers with different requirement profiles.
CARBOCON supports the projects from the first analysis to the subsequent application. The spectrum of projects ranges from comprehensive consulting on strategic, operational and technical issues in the use of carbon reinforced concrete technology to 'classic' planning for the strengthening of bridges and other structures with carbon concrete.
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