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Discover the diversity of civil, structural and bridge engineering – more than 65.000 structures with over 13.000 participating companies and their products as well as 9.000 engineers and architects, all of that illustrated with 200.000 images.

High Speed 1 Structures

High Speed 1

2007, United Kingdom

Reaching the Sky Products & Services

Reaching the Sky

Mercury City Tower in Moscow, currently Europe’s tallest building, incorporates Schöck thermal break technology.

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Bentley Systems Inc. Companies

Bentley Systems Inc.

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Emirates Air Line (London Cable Car) Products & Services

Emirates Air Line (London Cable Car)

Case study about the use of LUSAS software for the engineering review of this first urban cable-car in the United Kingdom.

Dreirosen Bridge Structures

Dreirosen Bridge

2004, Switzerland

Thyra Viaduct Structures

Thyra Viaduct

2005, Germany

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schlaich bergermann partner Companies

schlaich bergermann partner

Formwork and scaffold­ing for the new Satellite Terminal Products & Services

Formwork and scaffold­ing for the new Satellite Terminal

Verrières Viaduct Structures

Verrières Viaduct

2002, France

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Leon Blum Viaduct Structures

Leon Blum Viaduct

2014, France

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John A. Roebling Persons

John A. Roebling

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Since 1998 Structurae has been providing bridge, civil and structural engineers with information on the design and construction of construction projects from around the world including profiles on the companies and individuals involved as well as product descriptions. By now the site has grown into a unique information network and research tool for practising engineers and students majoring in civil and structural engineering but also for architects and other professionals in the construction industry.