Täby C Roundabouts – Sweden

Täby C Roundabouts - Sweden

The Täby C Roundabouts are stacked in two levels and act as regional node in the North-East of Stockholm. PROJECT & CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Owner: Täby municipality, Täby Architect: &Rundquist architects, Stockholm Structural Engineer: Tyréns, Stockholm Contractor: NCC, Stockholm F.l.t.r.: Henrik Rundquist (&Rundquist architects), Thomas Widehag (NCC), Erik Griffiths (&Rundquist architects), Richard McCarthy (Swedish Concrete Association), […]

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Members

Membership is open to all Concrete Societies of Europe (in alphabetical order) Members of the ECSN (f. l. t. r.): Richard Mc Cathy (S), Vlastimil Sruma (CZ), Morten Bjerke (N), Frens Pries (NL), Michael Pauser (A), Juha Valjus (Fin), Anja Muschelknautz (D), Lars Meyer (D), Brian O‘Rourke (Irl), Jef Apers (B) Austrian Society for Construction […]

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Kaisatalo university library – Finland

KAISATALO UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

Previously this location was shopping mall and parking facility. Lower floors were renovated, columns were reinforced, and new levels were created. Upper columns and slabs are cast in-situ concrete. Total area is 30,700 m². Slabs are post-tensioned in order to achieve thin structures with longer spans. Beams are integrated into slab areas giving slender appearance. […]

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2002

Review – ECSN Award 2002 The 1st ECSN Concrete Award of Excellence Competition was taken place in Vienna, Austria. Results of the ECSN Award for Concrete 2002 Buildings: Winner: Westminster New Parliamentary Building, London, United Kingdom Image Civil Engineering: Winner: Arlanda Airport Control Tower, Stockholm, Sweden Image

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2004

Review – ECSN Award 2004 The 2nd ECSN Concrete Award of Excellence Competition was taken place in Stockholm, Sweden. Results of the ECSN Award for Concrete 2004 Buildings: Winner: National Gallery of Ireland Image Honourable mentions: Project Katsan, Sweden Image Millennium Galleries, Sheffield, United Kingdom Image The Education Centre, United Kingdom Image Civil Engineering: Winner: […]

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2006

Review – ECSN Award 2006 The 3rd ECSN Concrete Award of Excellence Competition was this year takeen place in Prague, Czech Republik. Results of the ECSN Award for Concrete 2006 Buildings: Winner: New High Speed Railway Station Liège, Belgium Image Honourable mentions: Turning torso, Sweden Image Library University Utrecht, The Netherlands Image Civil Engineering: Winner: […]

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2008

Review – ECSN Award 2008 The 4th ECSN Concrete Award of Excellence Competition was this year takeen place in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republik. Download the brochure with the considerations from here Results of the ECSN Award for Concrete 2008 Buildings: Winner: The Gyldendal House, Sehesteds Square, Oslo, Norway Image Honourable mentions: Dutch Institute for Sound […]

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