Engineering & Project Management
Completed projects across Europe
Engineers with a degree in construction and BIM in our team
Years on the market
Both cast-in-place and steel structures including pulp mills, wastewater treatment plants and biogas plants. Atypical/special structures such as platforms, stairs, machine foundations etc.
Public utility (educational, medical) and residential buildings.
Tunnels, viaducts, bridges.
We offer professional design services in the above categories of facilities. We have relevant experience supported by positive feedback from our Clients.
Above all, our main goal is:
Our scope of work is always carried out on the basis of our own internal quality assurance system which is in accordance with applicable industry standards. In order to minimize potential risks to the Client, we place emphasis on thorough verification of our design. We pride ourselves on maintaining effective cooperation and coordination of a number of international projects within multidisciplinary teams of designers.
At the same time, as a team, we love and seek new engineering challenges. There are no unusual tasks for us – we will undertake practically any engineering challenge, especially if it is interesting! We invite investors and design companies to contact us regarding “prototype” projects.
Since 2017, all our projects have been carried out in the building information modeling (BIM) environment, based on Tekla Structures and Nemetschek Allplan.
Structural calculations are performed in Sofistik and SCIA Engineer, which facilitate the information exchange process with BIM software that we use. It streamlines and significantly speeds up the work of designers and optimization processes.
Our corporate clients appreciate smooth cooperation in Office 365 environment (Sharepoint, Teams, etc.)
We focus on the European market – about 80% of turnover comes from western and northern European projects – we have completed projects in Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium.
Apart from international projects, we do have a number of projects from the Polish market in our portfolio.
The entire project includes the creation of the new part of Überseequartier in the newly built Hafen district in the center of Hamburg, which will ultimately provide apartments for 15,000. people and 45 thousand working places. In the area of 1.57 km2 there will be fourteen buildings with various functions, including a modern cruise and passenger terminal, residences, a hotel, offices and 2,5 thousand of parking lots. The designed central part of Hafencity in Hamburg combines places to live and work with attractive cultural and recreational offers as well as innovative shopping and entertainment concepts. At the first stage of works, our task is to design the floor slab with beams and columns in the underground UG2 storey. We create a reinforcement model and detailed drawings. The slab will have an area of 3,100 m2 and will be located under the part of the quarter, which includes several buildings. An additional difficulty is the complicated connections of reinforced concrete ceilings with composite columns. Model and drawings are made using the Allplan program.
Our task was to design facade elements for a 10-storey residential building. Our scope included plinths and balcony parts: such as fronts and corners. There was a low level of repetitiveness in the design of the element due to vast diversity of each unit: 25 types of fronts,6 types of corners and 10 types of plinths. As a result there were 72 balconies (elements) in total. The average size of the fronts is 1.4 m (height) x 4.5 m (length). We used Tekla Structures to create drawings.
Our design covered two working platforms: 28 and 30 m long, along with supporting structures and passageways covering i.e. stairs and ladders. Additionally we designed two steel supporting structures, 14 and 17 m long, located in close vicinity of the machinery and equipment at the basement level. All structures were designed as stainless steel. Drawings were created using Tekla Structures.
The winning project, awarded in the "Tekla Global BIM Awards 2020" competition in the category: The best industrial project. Design of a new wastewater treatment plant carried out in cooperation with Pöyry Finland as part of a larger international team of designers. We were responsible for a number of key elements and aspects of WWTP project which is primarily designed to handle 400 000 inhabitants of the Espoo region (with a possibility to expand this number to 1 million). The majority of the project is located underground in approx. 20 m wide and over 22 m high tunnels, halls and shafts drilled in a rock. Our scope included static calculations, Building Information Model in Tekla Structures and detailed design drawings of reinforced concrete structures. Additionally, we verified final drawings of underground structures. We carried out the design of reinforced concrete structures with a total volume of concrete reaching over 7,500 m³ and the length of the tunnels exceeding 1140 m. We put a lot of effort and dedication into designing structures of various functions, ranging from cast-in-place corridors for transportation purposes, through CIP slabs able to carry truck traffic and various lifting equipment, up to pump pits and channels designed for wastewater transport. Each structure had an analytical model in Sofistik, considering various stages of the works at the construction site. We analysed ULS and SLS, such as cracking and deflection. Each time FEM analysis resulted in the changes of the Building Information Model in Tekla Structures. Construction site was systematically provided with detailed drawings and calculation reports.
Design of a 400 m long concrete road tunnel that forms part of Lahti ring road along motorway V12. The open-cast tunnel is partly founded on concrete driven piles. We created Building Information Model of the structure, prepared detailed design drawings of RC elements, layout of prefabricated TT slabs and layout of driven piles. Additionally we verified analytical model and performed analysis for the section set on the piles. We used the following software: Sofistik, AutoCAD and Tekla Structures.
Design of academic and research facilities in cooperation with Schuessler Plan and Rysy Architekci. Our scope covered static calculations as well as general and detailed design drawings of 3 buildings for Medical University in Poznań (approx. area of 15,000 m²). One of the buildings is a typical monolithic reinforced concrete structure. In some areas, due to specific requirements of special devices and equipment, there was a need to use composite reinforcement. The other 2 buildings use hollow-core slab solution in the above-ground part. All the buildings are connected by reinforced concrete structures with glued laminated timber roofs. We used Sofistik for static calculations and Allplan for Building Information Model and drawing production. During analysis of the structure we checked foundations for cracking to ensure that concrete structures are watertight.
We prepared a set of reinforcement drawings for the Bülachguss 2 housing estate. The estate consists of 4 multi-family buildings with 2 stories of underground parking spaces each. In total it covers an area of over 5000 m². The design was carried out in Allplan.
Detailed design of a railway viaduct in Germany. The structure was designed as an open reinforced concrete frame, curved in plan, with a theoretical span of 9,3 m. Retaining walls formed integral part of the design. Our scope covered reinforcement drawings of all RC elements.
We took part in the project whose objective covered expansion of the existing wastewater treatment plant in Opfikon, near Zurich. It included 2 buildings. We designed reinforcement of the underground part along with the ground slab for the first building. The other structure had 3 floors of complicated geometry. The whole design was carried out in Allplan.
Biogas plant expansion project in cooperation with our German partner Atria System Gewerbebau. Scope of the project covered several buildings dedicated to specific technological processes in the field of biogas plant operation and coordination of geological research. We carried out static calculations, detailed design project and workshop drawings of 3 structures (steel), platforms for the operation of hygienic equipment, expansion of engine room building, project of a hall for fermentation residue. We used Robot Structural Analysis for static calculations and dimensioning of the structures. Models and drawings were created using AutoCAD Structural Detailing and Tekla Structures.
Design of steel platforms spanning between fuel tanks at the newly built tank farm in Antwerp. We carried out calculations and prepared drawings for 57 platforms, up to 39 m long and located approx. 30 m above the ground. Steel trusses were assembled at the ground level and then lifted by cranes to their target location. There, at proper height, the trusses were fixed to their supports. We used Robot Structural Analysis for static calculations and Tekla Structures for model of the platforms and production of workshop drawings.
Design of steel platforms for tanks which are supported on steel cantilevers near the top of the tank shell. The platforms, together with ladders and stairs, were designed in the shape of an arch, matching the curvature of the tanks. Drawings were made in Advance Steel and calculations in Robot.
Our task was to design foundations for a firehouse. The steel structure of the building was founded on piles. Additionally, we developed a project of foundations for a steel communication mast and shelter. We were also responsible for preparing documentation for the building permit, including pile layout and reinforcement of the foundations. Drawings were made in Tekla and calculations in SCIA.
Our task covered the design of a temporary steel tower, 9.2 m high. It was used as a support during assembly of a diesel tank roof. Diameter of the roof was 43 m and its weight reached 131 t. After assembly of the tank and supporting the roof, the tower was dismantled. Drawings were created using Tekla Structures.
Project commissioned by Pöyry Poland. Its scope included design of a set of tunnels with a light steel structure and covered with Plexiglas. These structures’ main purpose is to limit the air flow between different areas of the factory. Our work was preceded by an inventory of the project area. Static calculations were performed using Robot Structural Analysis. Project documentation was created using R-CAD.
Design of a new nursing home facility in cooperation with our Swedish partner MKK Konsult AB. Our scope covered detailed design and workshop drawings of prefabricated reinforced concrete walls, prefabricated columns and reinforced concrete balconies. The project was carried out in line with construction works. The pace and scope of project packages delivery depended strongly on the construction site schedule. All elements were produced by the Swedish factory. As a result, there was a need to adjust the standard of the project to the local market. Complementary products such as Halfen and Peikko were used in the design and construction of the walls. During the design process we considered stages of production, transport, assembly and exploitation of reinforced concrete structures. We used Robot Structural Analysis to carry out structural calculations, while the drawings were produced using Allplan.
Design of the Educational Center of the University Hospital in Germany. Total area of the 4-story building reaches 6000 m2, mostly intended for educational and museum purposes. The structure of the building comprises of reinforced concrete columns, slabs and walls. Our task was to model reinforcement and prepare detailed design drawings for all stories, except for foundations. We used Allplan for modeling and creation of drawings.
Detailed design of a 7-story multi-family residential building which consists of 5 segments. There is an underground car park under every part of the facility. There are 9 staircase shafts with elevators in the building. The project is complemented by 2 single-level car parks, 190 parking places each. The facility was designed in the shape of the letter U, with the car park located right in the middle. There is also one already completed building located at the same building lot. The volume of designed structures reaches 46 800 m3. Our scope included optimization of all reinforced concrete slabs. For the sake of optimization we created an auxiliary model of the structure and reinforced all slabs from scratch. The 3D model of the facility was created using Tekla Structures. Reinforcement and detailed design drawings were created using Allplan.
Conceptual design of engineering structures of a new Tricity ring road. The scope covered 6 viaducts (2 or 3 spans each), 2 bridges, 14 animal underpasses and 2 animal overpasses. The design involved preparation of 2 solutions for every structure (monolithic/prefabricated or prestressed). Technology: reinforced concrete (cast-in-place/prefabricated, prestressed).
Detailed design of a railway viaduct located in Germany. The structure was designed as an open reinforced concrete frame with a theoretical span of 12,8 m. Retaining walls formed integral part of the design. Our scope covered reinforcement drawings of all RC elements.
Sound-absorbing, acoustic screens as part of the modernization of Aleja Stanów Zjednoczonych in Warsaw. The project covered design of straight noise barriers (up to 5,5 m high) and curved ones (up to 8,1 m). Structural elements: steel columns founded on drilled piles (6-7 m long).
Project commissioned by Pöyry Poland. Our task was to produce detailed design documentation of a supervisor office and steel platform for communication purposes in the paper mill located in Kwidzyn. The structure of the supervisor office consists of lightweight steel frames with rectangular steel profiles, covered by sandwich panels. One can get to the supervisor office using steel platform, which is mounted to the layers of the concrete floor. We used Robot Structural Analysis and AutoCAD Structural Detailing.
Project commissioned by Pöyry Poland addressing the need for modernization of a paper mill in Kwidzyn. As part of the project we carried out a number of different tasks such as assessment of the technical conditions of floor layers, static calculations of the existing floor and verification of the element against designed loads, static and strength analysis of foundations under special equipment (packaging machinery, rotary tables and robots), final detailed design documentation of the foundations and the floor slab.
Detailed design of 8-story school with total volume of 80k m3. There are 2 spacious sports halls above which concrete beams stretch, as well as a spacious staircase with two arched walls on each floor (10x4.4 m each). All floors of the building differed in geometry and complexity. Our task was to model reinforcement and prepare detailed design drawings of all reinforced concrete elements, excluding foundations. The design was carried out using Allplan.
Our scope covered design of reinforced concrete elements in a philharmonic building in Germany. These include RC walls and slabs of the underground part of the structure (approx. 10k m3) and the main part of the building with a scene and communication shafts. The remaining part of the building is made of steel and the total volume of the building reaches approx. 57,1k m3. Allplan was used for RC drawings and TrimbleConnect for 3D visualization of reinforcement as well as coordination of design.
Design of five-story library building (34k m3). Our scope covered detailed design reinforcement drawings and 3D model of the building (walls, slabs, columns, beams) except foundations. We created the geometry model in the Tekla program, while reinforced concrete elements and execution drawings were created in the Allplan program.
Expansion of a reinforced concrete storage building imposed a need to design wooden mezzanine founded on reinforced concrete pile foundations. The mezzanine with an area of 90 m2 reaches 3,2 m in height. It is intended for office space. In addition, two new entrances to the building were designed, each opening with a width of 4,15 m. The design was carried out using SCIA Engineer and Tekla Structures.
Design of foundations for concrete rainwater pipelines with a total length of 755 m. Scope of the project included sections of both direct foundations and driven steel pile foundations. Our task was to prepare detailed design of foundations along with the pile layout. Drawings and model of the structure were created in Tekla.
Design of a temporary support tower for the tank used during its construction. The scope of the project included static calculations, design and selection of steel profiles and connections, 3D model of the structure and a set of workshop drawings. The structure was designed as a three-branch lattice steel column. The design was carried out using Tekla Structures.
Design of a new segment of southern ring road in Lahti. The road includes two tunnels: a half-kilometer concrete tunnel at Patomäki and a one-kilometer rock/concrete tunnel at Liipola. Our scope was to update detailed design drawings or reinforced concrete barriers mounted in the tunnels, according to all the requirements and changes imposed by the Client. The barriers were designed as RC elements, with a length of 4,6-6,8 m each. The design was carried out using AutoCAD.
Detailed design of the regional hospital of Gräubünden canton (rank of a provincial hospital) located in Chur, Switzerland. The scope covered preparation of detailed design drawings of the two slabs of the topmost floors. Technology: reinforced concrete.
Chur, Gräubünden canton, Switzerland
Design of nursing home in cooperation with our Swedish partner MKK Konsult AB. 3-story reinforced concrete building with total volume approx. 4600 m². Our scope covered design of RC foundations, along with demolition and drainage plans. Building Information Model was created using Allplan while calculations were performed using Robot Structural Analysis.
Project of expansion of a school in Gävle, Sweden, in cooperation with our Swedish partner MKK Konsult AB. Our task was to deliver detailed design of foundations along with piles layout. Foundations of the new part of the school were strongly correlated with structural solutions used in the existing part of the building. Due to poor ground conditions it was necessary to use driven steel micropiles. On top of the piles there were linear caps along load bearing walls of the ground floor. Space between the caps was filled with load bearing reinforced concrete slab. Static calculations for the needs of the project were carried out using Robot Structural Analysis, Building Information Model using Allplan and all auxiliary drawings using AutoCAD.
Design of two-story residential house (1000 m³) with a swimming tub on the rooftop (volume: 7 m³, weight: approx. 7 tons). On the first floor of the villa there is a 11 m long window which covers almost entire area of the wall. Due to the characteristic requirements of the Swedish market, the building is founded on layers of aggregate and styrodur. On top of these layers, there are strip foundations and a slab. This is a traditional Swedish solution for building foundations which minimizes heat loss during operation of a facility. Retaining walls are made of masonry blocks, load-bearing walls are partly made in MHM technology, there are timber floors and a steel roof. The project was executed using Sofistik and Tekla Structures.
Detailed design of a one-story house (280m3). The building is founded on reinforced concrete columns, with a floor made of timber elements in the form of a grid. The walls are designed in MHM technology and the roof structure comprises of I-joist timber profiles L-joist and glued laminated timber beams. Calculations were performed in Robot and drawings were produced using AutoCAD.
Static calculations and detailed design drawings of two external storage sheds with areas reaching 190 and 160 m2 plus an additional technical service building with an area of 110 m2. Drawings and calculations were carried out using Robot and Tekla.
Detailed design of the railway viaduct located in Germany. The load-bearing composite structure comprises of a reinforced concrete deck supported on steel girders, RC abutments and piles. Theoretical span reaches 35 m. Retaining walls formed integral part of the design. Our scope covered reinforcement drawings of all RC elements.
Detailed design of the railway viaduct located in Germany. The structure was designed as an open reinforced concrete frame with a theoretical span of 11,4 m. Retaining walls formed integral part of the design. Our scope covered reinforcement drawings of all RC elements.
Detailed design of the railway viaduct located in Germany. The structure was designed as an open reinforced concrete frame, curved in plan, with a theoretical span of 9,4 m. Retaining wall formed integral part of the design. Our scope covered reinforcement drawings of all RC elements.
Design of a steel grid for suspended exercise equipment in a room of 159 m² area in a residential building. We designed elements with 4-7 m span, anchored to walls and columns. The scope of work included preparation of the conceptual design, running calculations and finally, producing detailed design documentation. We used Robot Structural Analysis Professional and AutoCAD.
Conceptual design of S74 national road modernization and expansion of a several-kilometer section, passing through the city of Kielce, into an expressway. The project involved development of 2 options for one road viaduct and 2 road overpasses.
Conceptual structural design, together with static calculations, of a warehouse hall intended also for exhibition purposes. Top floor of the structure is intended partly for office and residential purposes. Height of the four-story building reaches 12 m. Six different concepts were prepared using a variety of building materials, including reinforced concrete, precast elements, steel and timber solutions. Great emphasis was placed on the assessment of the number and layout of columns and thickness of floors. The design included a car park in the vicinity of the building. The design was carried out using Robot and AutoCAD.
Expansion project of a gelcoat production plant in Ashland. Its scope covered design of an unloading station set on a foundation with specific drainage system preventing risk of leakage during unloading. The structure is connected to the adjacent RC slab on top of which there are four tanks. In case of any accident the slab can accommodate contents of all tanks. There is also a 35 m long platform with piping system supplying raw materials to the production plant. Our scope covered design of these structures using Robot, AutoCAD and AutoCAD Structural Detailing.
Modernization of Poznań-Szczecin railway line. The design covered a 100 km segment of the railway line starting in Stargard, in the direction of Poznań. Our scope included conceptual and general design of demolition of all the old facilities and construction of new ones. Different types of shelters have been designed: both symmetrical and asymmetrical, one- or two-column structures. All structures have been adapted to the specific conditions of their installation locations (i.e. at the curves of the railway line). Additionally, several technical service buildings have been designed.
Underground car park design. Technology: prefabricated walls. We carried out static and strength calculations and created detailed design documentation. Prefab elements were produced by the Swedish prefab factory. Calculations were carried out using Robot Structural Analysis and the workshop drawings using Tekla Structures.
Detailed design of the reinforced concrete structure of a tunnel which is responsible for providing hydroelectric power plant with water. Project located in Nant de Drance.
Nant de Drance, Switzerland
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