concrete frame construction

concrete frame construction

A structure consisting of concrete beams, girders, and columns which are rigidly joined.
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Part of the building has been built as a reinforced concrete frame construction with infill steel and glass panels and solid (clinker) brick masonry in 1966th To-where there is a Fachklassenbau from 1985 in reinforced concrete frame construction with curtain-faced concrete panels and partially inner walls of brick masonry.
Reconstruction and partial demolition of the existing building in reinforced concrete frame construction, new stage tower in reinforced concrete design and construction Theatercafe as cultivation of the existing building, the gross floor area total approximately 16 000 m of gross volume total approximately 80 000 m.
Reinforced concrete frame construction with a covered atrium, (in-situ concrete) on a einheitl.
Part of the building has been built as a reinforced concrete frame construction with infill steel and glass panels and solid (clinker) brick masonry in 1966th There is also a Fachklassenbau from 1985 in reinforced concrete frame construction with curtain-faced concrete panels and partially inner walls of brick masonry.
Major overhaul of the middle school in concrete frame construction with pre-hanger brick facade and expansion to class tract in concrete frame construction with vergehEnngter plate clothing.
Two flush space arrangement with a central recreation hall- Three-storey reinforced concrete frame construction with curtain-type concrete elements on the hillside- Flat roof with bituminous sealing- District heating by wood chips heating plant- Year: 70s- Engineering measures for fire protection and accessibility were carried out in 2011- Existing sports venues gym + swimming pool (currently renovated) are not the subject of the planning task.
Invitation to tender : Detailed Project Description Pile Foundation with the foundations for the columns and the concrete frame construction (composite beam).
The building was constructed using conventional construction methods (reinforced concrete frame construction with curtain-aggregate concrete facade elements, solid floors and flat roof construction made of reinforced concrete).
The buildings were built about 1960 as a 3-storey apartment building in reinforced concrete frame construction with plastered facade.
Stock The office of the German Embassy in Paris is housed in a state-owned building, which was built in the years 1960-63 in reinforced concrete frame construction.