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Stage with reproduction of the Brandenburg Gate - Berlin, Germany

The project concerns the design of a stage with a backdrop to host one of Germany’s most popular comedians: Mario Barth.

Traffic noise reducing barrier - Eindhoven, The Netherlands

The project regards an acoustic screen, composed of 6.0 m high aluminium tubes, with variable diameters, random assembled in a box construction.

Oosterweel’ bridge - Antwerp, Belgium

This project regards the renovation of the Oosterweelbrug of Antwerp, the bridge was first used in 1928.

National Music Centre, Calgary, Canada

The freeform architectural design made it a challenge to use traditional structural analysis software on that project. With SCIA Engineer, KPFF were able import and reuse the architectural model, derive an analysis model, and the automatic meshing capabilities provided a mesh that was clean.

At the end of 2008, KAEFER Belgium received a contract to build a complex assembly of scaffolds in the atrium of the mall ‘Sint-Janspoort’ in Kortrijk (B) from its client THV Wijngaard, a temporary

Hans Wilsdorf Bridge - Geneva, Switzerland

The studies and realisation of the Hans Wilsdorf Bridge required a multidisciplinary team of experts in: special works, civil engineering, environment issues, and bridge design, all integrated within one company.

U2 Stage - 360° Tour - Around the World

This project is about one of the largest stages ever toured in any field of entertainment. The structure’s central grid is raised 28 metres high, with legs traversing the width of a soccer pitch.

The Confluences Museum - Lyon, France

The size and complexity of the museum made it a very special challenge to design the different sub-structures: the base, the cloud and the crystal. Load panels were used to apply the wind tunnel loads and the “absences” tool proved quite useful. The full model contains 27,000 nodes, 32,000 beams and 7,000 load panels.

Fly-Over - Kerensheide, The Netherlands
This project concerns a new fly-over at the ‘Kerensheide’ junction, this within the scope of the Emergency Act, issued by the Minister of Transport and Public Works.
Warehouse for Spent Nuclear Fuel - Temelín, Czech Republic

The warehouse is divided into two parts, the receiving and the storage unit. The building is a monolithic reinforced frame structure with a precast monolithic roof.

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