The Largest Database for Civil and Structural Engineers

Discover the diversity of civil, structural and bridge engineering – more than 63.000 structures with over 13.000 participating companies and their products as well as 9.000 engineers and architects, all of that illustrated with 180.000 images.

Structures

Franklin Bridge

1974, Germany

Products & Services

Self-climbing formwork for Paris office tower

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Niederrheinbrücke

2009, Germany

Products & Services

Reaching the Sky

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

Structures

Eiffel Tower

1889, France

Structures

Charix Viaduct

1988, France

Companies

DYWIDAG-Systems International GmbH

Products & Services

Warsaw Spire: Adapted climbing technology

Climbing formwork by PERI was used to reach the top of a 220 m office tower in Warsaw.

Structures

ESPRIT arena

2004, Germany

Structures

Albrechtsgraben Viaduct

2002, Germany

Persons

Charles Lavigne

Structurae – Database for Civil and Structural Engineering

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.