WTM Engineers can look back on a long-standing tradition in civil engineering and bridge design. Over the past decades we have planned a multitude of difficult civil engineering projects and supported the construction process through to commissioning.
The planning of sophisticated, complex civil engineering projects benefits from our engineers’ extensive experience and outstanding creativity. Thanks to our professional network and our active membership in various councils and standardization committees we are familiar with the latest R&D and standardization trends from an early date.
We optimize the planning of civil engineering structures in particular with regard to functionality, commercial feasibility, structural safety, durability and sustainability, without losing sight of the appropriate design standards.
“Water is a friendly element for those who are familiar with it and know how to treat it”, (Johann Wolfgang Goethe, 1802)
As in other disciplines, work on ports and marine structures is governed by the client’s requirements, cost criteria, environmental protection and social impact. WTM Engineers has been addressing these complexes and technically discerning planning tasks for decades now. Our expertise in this field includes planning and monitoring for
We can rely on decades of experience in the holistic planning of buildings in all areas of industrial construction, much to the benefit of new assignments. Our expert team of structural engineers and architects, designers and technical specialists stands out for its flexibility, in-budget and in-time approach, the appealing architecture it creates and the sustainability delivered in planning and realizing your projects.
WTM Engineers has extensive experience in general planning, with a special focus on the following structures:
As structural engineers for building projects we are passionate about supporting the architects handling the design work. We enjoy exploring the limits of the rational and economically feasible and, where appropriate, use new materials and construction method, for which our engineers and designers can rely on complex computing and construction software.
Our aim is to provide all-embracing support from the initial brainstorming to implementation design and construction supervision.
One of WTM Engineers’ particular fields of expertise in building construction is the structural planning of:
When assembling the appropriate teams we take the relevant expertise and experience of our employees into account, bearing in mind the project’s specific requirements. Where necessary, we involve our own specialists and expert consultants in the realization of the project.
The exchange of knowledge and discussions with our in-house specialists is an enormous help for us when it comes to identifying the best among the good solutions on behalf of the client. Our project teams can draw on this expertise for any projects. We will also be glad to provide this knowledge as a service in its own right. Our expertise in this field includes planning and monitoring for:
Süderelbe crossing, Hamburg
The projected crossing over the Elbe River in the direct vicinity of the existing “Köhlbrand” Bridge follows in Hamburg’s tradition of innovative major bridge constructions.
New noise protection hangar, Zurich Airport
The new noise protection hangar represents a milestone in the long-term improvement of noise levels. In future when the engines are being tested, only 50-60 decibels of the 156 decibels measured inside the hangar will be heard outside. 126 meters long and 82 meters wide, the hangar can accommodate airplanes up to the size of a B747-8 jumbo jet.
Urban Development and Environment Authorities, Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg
With 13 storeys and an underground carpark, the building accommodates not only administrative areas, including offices, a library, a storeroom, a warehouse facility and an archive, but also zones for special use. The cost-optimized and sustainable construction method earned the building a gold certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). Architect: Sauerbruch Hutton, Berlin
New construction of the fifth lock chamber, Brunsbüttel
The Brunsbüttel lock complex, which consists of two double locks, links the River Elbe and the North Sea with the Kiel Canal. As a prerequisite for the later overhaul of the large lock the construction of a new, fifth lock chamber has been planned between the existing complexes. (Picture: WSV)