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A fascinating ensemble of buildings called "Neuer Kanzlerplatz" is currently under construction on the site of the former Bonn Center. The three buildings, one of them a high-rise with a height of 101.5 m and 28 floors, will inspire the future working world with their aesthetics and to serve as a meeting place.
The GRAND CENTRAL Frankfurt is under construction on a 30,000 sq. m. site adjacent to Frankfurt main railway station. For the floor panels, MAX FRANK supplied Stremaform® formwork elements for working joints with coated metal water stop.
In Munich-Ludwigsvorstadt, a real estate project comprising 74 apartments is currently under construction. The residential building is equipped with an underground car park, a supermarket and a pharmacy – all being constructed on the basement and ground floor.
On 8 floors, Sisag AG's new building offers plenty of space for their own employees and, additionally, gives all interested parties public access to a restaurant and hotel with a fantastic mountain panorama.
In the harbour of Malmö, the Varvsstaden area has been newly developed for a couple of years now and has become very popular with its close proximity to the water and Malmö city. A preschool, school and sports hall are now under construction.
As part of the “Stuttgart 21” transport infrastructure project, Stuttgart’s existing main railway station is being converted into an underground through-station flooded with light. For the chalice-shaped pillars on the future railway platforms, MAX FRANK is supplying fibre-reinforced concrete single spacers.
MAX FRANK supplied Shearail® punching shear reinforcement and Stremaform® jointing formwork to Gallions Quarter – a multi-phase development, located in the Royal Albert Basin area of the Royal Albert Docks.
The new August-Kühne-Haus is currently under construction at the historic headquarters of the logistics company Kühne + Nagel in Bremen. MAX FRANK supplied thermally insulating Egcobox® cantilever connectors for the precast sections of the load-bearing exposed concrete façade.
MAX FRANK Tubbox® "blowhole-free" column formers were used for the round columns for the bus station. The Zemdrain® CPF liner, placed inside the Tubbox® column formers, ensures a blowhole-free concrete surface.
The Allmend Tunnel has already been in operation for 46 years and showed various structural damages. With the renovation of the motorway section Thun-Nord - Thun-Süd, the tunnel will also be renovated.
The former New Bridewell Police Headquarters was demolished to make way for 499 beds of purpose built student accommodation and approximately 6,500 sqft of commercial floor space at ground floor level.