How do you revive an industrial wasteland?
"A historic district, sustainably developed, with respect for the place and its residents: this is how we create new life in this wonderful neighborhood."
Stefan Rudy, Project Manager
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Implenia develops, plans and builds sustainable real estate for future generations
How to build a new transport artery?
In Düsseldorf, Implenia is building the new U81 metro line, a mixture of overground and underground light railway track that will connect the airport, sports stadium and exhibition grounds with the city centre. The project includes the new Nordstern Bridge, 200 metres of tunnel and an underground railway station. Working to a tight schedule, a complex public transport infrastructure project like this is only viable thanks to close cooperation between all the partners involved.
How do you build a high-tech campus?
In Dübendorf, Implenia is building the perfect research environment for Empa and Eawag scientists. A lot of innovation has gone into creating this centre for innovation: from the low-vibration concrete structure for the laboratory building to the wood-concrete hybrid construction for the parking garage or an experimental geothermal probe field for heat storage - sustainably planned and built with the help of a digital BIM model.
How to build for future mobility?
Implenia is building Sweden's longest tram bridge between Stockholm and the suburb of Lidingö. It runs 750 meters over an sea inlet and connects the island with the city center. The bridge is being built using industrially prefabricated formwork elements. They are assembled using a specially developed steel assembly truck. This construction method saves time and guarantees consistently high quality.
Project competition entirely without paper and plaster models
Implenia is breaking new ground in the area of property development and conducted the project competition for the first construction phase of the development site Unterfeld Süd in Baar completely digitally. 3D-modelling makes it possible to view the competition entries from a variety of angles – and to assess them efficiently and transparently.