Submitted/Eingereicht von: Solidian

Carbon-reinforced concrete pedestrian and cycle bridge

On 23 February 2016 the Solidian GmbH received the innovation prize for structural concrete products of the supplier industry for the carbon-reinforced concrete pedestrian and cycle bridge built in 2015 – the world’s first fully carbon-reinforced concrete bridge. The Solidian GmbH shares the prize with the Rapperstorfer Automation GmbH (pp. 08-09) and the Dyckerhoff GmbH (p. 10).

In the construction of the award-winning pedestrian and cycle bridge, the specialists from Solidian fully relied on the innovative composite material of carbon-reinforced concrete. Solidian is producer of textile...

Related articles:

Issue 09/2017 Solidian

Carbon concrete is becoming the go-to material for bridge construction and restoration

Textile reinforcements made of carbon are being used more and more in bridge construction, especially for items in precast concrete construction or for repair works. Reinforced concrete, which is...

more
Issue 02/2018 Carbon-reinforced concrete in construction

Preparation for regulations

Most of the building projects using textile and/or carbon reinforced concrete, which have already been realized, are based on approvals on case-by-case basis. Apart from the approvals on case-by-case...

more
Issue 02/2016 Solidian

Facing the future with textile-reinforced concrete

Non-corrosive concrete reinforcement made of carbon and glass fibers provide for new design possibilities, increasing the efficiency in concrete construction. The Solidian company based in Albstadt,...

more
Issue 01/2015 Solidian

The “Schiefer Erlebnis” park features textile-reinforced concrete

For the façade of its outbuilding, the “SchieferErlebnis” park, inaugurated in July 2014, has built on textile-reinforced concrete by the Solidian GmbH. The curtain panels were manufactured from...

more
Issue 02/2017 Solidian

Textile reinforcement for the new Bosphorus bridge

The worldwide tallest pylons of the giant building structure of the Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul rise up to an enormous height of 320 m. Curtain walls with reinforcement of Sodilian, the...

more