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Marienbrücke Structures

Marienbrücke

2004, Germany

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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Disbon GmbH Companies

Disbon GmbH

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Thermal insulation for Le Monolithe Products & Services

Thermal insulation for Le Monolithe

As part of Lyon's new quarter "Confluence" this and twelve other buildings required a technical solution to avoid thermal bridging.

Zwolle Railroad Bridge Structures

Zwolle Railroad Bridge

2011, Netherlands

Mainbrücke Bettingen Structures

Mainbrücke Bettingen

2001, Germany

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Teupe & Söhne Gerüstbau GmbH Companies

Teupe & Söhne Gerüstbau GmbH

Doka services for the Lokhandwala Minerva building in Mumbai Products & Services

Doka services for the Lokhandwala Minerva building in Mumbai

Flehe Bridge Structures

Flehe Bridge

1979, Germany

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Bussy-le-Château Bridge Structures

Bussy-le-Château Bridge

2004, France

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Robert Maillart Persons

Robert Maillart

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