Building is movement, development, and change. A process that we actively shape: with new projects, employees, memberships, responsibilities and publications. Here you can find out what is currently happening with us.
Wir feiern Richtfest bei der Elisabeth-Selbert-Schule in Wiesbaden! Ein faszinierendes Projekt - bei dem auch schon einmal ein Riese einen normalen Autokran versetzen muss.
Katja Schellhaas und Markus Kroczek im Team! Katja Schellhaas ist eine sehr erfahrene Konstrukteurin, Markus Kroczek wird als Projektleiter unser Team in der Tragwerksplanung verstärken. Herzlich willkommen!
We have been assigned by OFB with the structural design for a new office building in Wiesbaden. The will building will be comprised of six floors and a parcade. The structure will be built using innvovative Timber-Concrete-Composites. We are looking forward to work on this design together with our colleagues of Wetzel & von Seht.
The Masonry-Calendar 2021 edited by Prof. Brehm and Prof. Detleff Schermer has now been published by Ernst & Sohn.
On June 29 of 2021, Prof. Brehm has been elected as new Director of the Board of the German Association for Masonry (DAfM). The DAfM is the German competence centre for masonry construction and develops guidelines for all kinds of masonry. Additionally, research is coordinated and conducted.
This special project for the town of Heppenheim is progressing well. We are happy to have contributed the structural design as well as building envelope and acoustic design.
Our team member Erik Schaminet has received statutory authority. We are looking forward to the continuing collaboration and wish him success regarding his new responsibilities.
On 28 August 2020, the traditional roofing ceremony for the new main building of Bensheim's Karl-Kübel-Schule took place. We are proud to have contributed the structural design to one of the largest projects within the municipality of Hessische Bergstraße with a total budget of 35 million Euros.
The new commentary to Eurocode 6 (DIN EN 1996), co-authored by Dr. Brehm, is now available here!
For the Wingertsberg School in Lorsch, we have won the VgV procedure for structural design.
More modern, more clear, and more memorable. Moving forward, we have a new look that will continue to impress at all levels in the future.
Together with Wetzel & von Seht (Hamburg), we have won the VgV procedure for the structural planning of the Elisabeth Selbert School in Wiesbaden.
We are looking for new colleagues who want to plan their future with us. All information can be found in the job postings.