The Aiguillon railway bridge was completed in July 2021 using reinforced Ultra-High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Composite (UHPFRC). This successful construction confirms the potential and perspective of the appication of UHPFRC material for the construction of new structural elements for infrastructure projects.
How accurate are satellite-derived water quality data? And how do they benefit hydropower managers and dam designers aiming for smart monitoring and sediment release? Following a first preview in December 2021, we dive deeper into the new HYPOS portal - a toolbox for space-based information on reservoirs and river environments – on 31st March 2022.
We are taking the next step in the Bern region by acquiring Zeltner Ingenieure AG in Belp as of January 1, 2022. This expansion in the Business Area Infrastructure will enable us to expand and strengthen our range of services in a meaningful way, both geographically and in terms of expertise.
Manage hydropower projects - powered by satellite-data! - We cordially invite you to attend this Webinar on December 15th at 14:00 CET
BuildingSmart International Awards 2021 - Project Winner for FACILITY MANAGEMENT:
Grosspeter Tower: Performance GAP analysis with simulations
On Friday, October 1, the institute and course directors of the School of Architecture, Civil and Geomatic Engineering FHNW graduated their former students. The Gruner Innovation Award, endowed with CHF 500, is presented annually to graduates of the Institute of Civil Engineering at the FHNW.
The award is given to the most innovative bachelor thesis.
On Tuesday, March 16, 2021, the National Day, the "Swiss window" of the event, will take place at the Digital Construction Event of buildingSMART International. Gruner will be present when discussions on various key topics take place at virtual round tables and participants discuss questions raised in keynote speeches.
Every year, the Gruner Innovation Award for graduates of the Institute of Civil Engineering at the FHNW, which is endowed with 500 CHF, is awarded. The most innovative Bachelor thesis is awarded.
With the Eglisau bypass, the government council wants to noticeably relieve the affected population from transit traffic. On behalf of the Department of Economic Affairs, various solutions for a new road bridge over the Rhine were therefore developed in a competitive process.