Ebersp„cher: Hall glazing in record time

Date: 24 September 2001
Source: Eberspaecher
Telecommunications: a fast-growing branch. The schedule set out by the Deutsche Telekom for the construction of its international Network Management Centre in Frankfurt a.

M. was accordingly very tight: not much more than one year - from November 1998 to December 1999 - was all that was allowed for the impressive new building below the Europaturm in Frankfurt.Ebersp„cher made an important contribution to the success of the project: Within only a few months 1,800 sqm of roof and 1,250 sqm of facade glazing was completed for the large "Wandelhalle" in the office building - including steel constructions, ventilation systems and smoke and heat outlet systems. It only took 10 weeks to draft the complicated structural calculations (suspended supports and facades) as well as structural steel and glazing drawings together with the structural steel works Herdt in Frankfurt. The erection work during peak periods saw up to 200 skilled workers on site. The result: prompt handover - satisfied customer.

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Date: 24 September 2001
Source: Eberspaecher

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