Referentie projecten

Antwerpen Centraal

Antwerpen Centraal

Antwerpen, Belgium

Antwerpen Centraal

Antwerpen, Belgium

Antwerpen Centraal Station is the 5th busiest train station in Belgium. From 1873 until 2007 it was an end station for all trains, but on the 23rd March 2007 two tunnels were opened underneath the station and part of the city allowing trains to pass through Antwerp.

It was built by Louis Delacenserie in the eclectic style, inspired by the old station of Luzern and the Pantheon in Rome. The dome is the highest point and measures 75 meters. Since 1975 it has been declared a monument and restoration started in 1986 ending in 2007. The original glass roof was 43 m high, 186 m long and 66 m wide containing 10 end tracks.

MIGUA profiles were used in the platform hall and on the platforms on all floor levels. MIGUTAN was the ideal choice of profile to ensure optimal water proofing and freedom of movement.

Parking AZ Zeno

Parking AZ Zeno

Knokke-Heist, Belgium

Parking AZ Zeno

Knokke-Heist, Belgium

Ontwerp van het ziekenhuis AZ ZENO in Knokke-Heist is geïnspireerd "door het surrealistisch werk van René Magritte. Het concept doorbreekt in verschillende opzichten de traditionele ziekenhuisarchitectuur met o.a. een structuur die de vergezichten over de polders minimaal verstoort. Via de combinatie licht-natuur ontstaat aanlsuitend een luchtige omgeving die zich richt op de leefomgeving van patiënten en de onderlinge sociale interactie versterkt." Een treffend voorbeeld van levende architectuur (Op de Werf, n°44, 9/2016

Bij de bouw van de parkeergarage, heeft men gebruik gemaakt van 275 m van de MIGUTAN dilatatievoegprofielen owv hun uitzonderlijke waterdichtheid.

Parkeergarage UZA

Parkeergarage UZA

Edegem, Belgium

Parkeergarage UZA

Edegem, Belgium

Voor het nieuwe parkeergebouw van UZA werd gekozen voor 175m van de permanent waterdichte dilatatievoegprofielen MIGUTAN. Ontworpen door SVR-ARCHITECTS en geplaatst door MEEKELENKAMP KUNSTSTOF TECHNIEK BV

Dit nieuwe gebouw zal plaats hebben voor 562 extra voertuigen, verspreid over 3 verdiepingen.

Parking Audi Delorge

Parking Audi Delorge

Hasselt, Belgium

Parking Audi Delorge

Hasselt, Belgium

Eind 2013 opende het Delorge Business Park aan de Hasseltse Ring officieel haar deuren. Daarbij werden de toonzalen van Audi en VW en de kantoorruimtes erboven aan het grote publiek voorgesteld tijdens twee openingsavonden. Het Delorge Business Park, een initiatief van Groep Delorge- Peerlings, is de grootste privé investering ter wereld voor een Audi toonzaal. Architectenbureau Ma°Mu Architecten, studiebureau Encon en aannemer Mathieu Gijbels waren verantwoordelijk voor het conceptontwerp, de coördinatie van de technieken en de uitvoering van het project.

DOX expansion joints heeft hiervoor MIGUTAN mogen leveren en deze profielen werden dan weer geplaatst door Meekelenkamp Kunststof Techniek B.V. 

Wijnegem Shopping Center

Wijnegem Shopping Center

Wijnegem, Belgium

Wijnegem Shopping Center

Wijnegem, Belgium

Renovatie en uitbreiding van Wijnegem Shopping Center in 2014. Architecten: Jaspers-Eyers & Partners / Tijdelijke handelsvennootschap: Willemen General Contractor, Cit Blaton

DOX expansion joints leverde hiervoor Migutrans profielen: geschikt voor zware belasting & verkeer.

Station Leuven

Station Leuven

Leuven, Belgium

Station Leuven

Leuven, Belgium

Na drie jaar renovatiewerken en een investering van 10 miljoen euro was het Leuvense stationsgebouw opnieuw toegankelijk voor de reiziger in 2014. De NMBS herstelde het pand zoveel mogelijk in zijn oorspronkelijke staat, zoals het in 1879 de deuren opende. Volgens de NMBS maakt deze renovatie van het stationsgebouw "een levend monument van wereldformaat".

DOX expansion joints leverde 147 m aan MIGUTEC profielen die geplaatst werden in de inkomhal van het stationsgebouw. 

B-Parking Huy

B-Parking Huy

London, England

B-Parking Huy

London, England

In samenwerking met RPM Belgium & Vandex Group en Sven Bogaert & BOGAERT Kunststofvloeren zijn we er trots op onze FP 110 MIGUTAN-profielen voor de nieuwe parking SNCB Huy bij B-Parking te hebben geleverd. De hoofdaannemer was BPC HAINAUT - BPC LIEGE - BPC NAMUR. Je kunt het prachtige resultaat zelf zien zo snel als nu.

DOX Expansion Joints systems mainly used: FP 110, MIGUTAN

Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena

Munich, Germany

Allianz Arena

Munich, Germany

The Allianz Arena, a stadium which opened in 2005, is the home of the Munich clubs FC Bayern and TSV 1860 and has been designed as an arena purely for football. In less than three years construction time, an arena with a unique architecture has been created. To this day, the Allianz arena in Munich is said to be the most modern stadium of Europe. The overall investments for the project were 340 million Euro. The stadium offer 71,137 places, completely roofed over, to football fans, as well as gastronomic areas. The overall covered area is about 73,900 m²

MIGUA expansion joint systems mainly used: MIGUTAN

Moët et Chandon

Moët et Chandon

Oiry, France

Moët et Chandon

Oiry, France

 

Moët et Chandon is one of the world-renowned luxury brands and is one of the finest among the champagnes. The high quality of the house also applies to the newly built production and logistics facility in Oiry, France. In the middle of the Champagne region, the large-scale production facility was built as the new home for the high quality champagne production.

To meet the high demands of the special industrial trucks which transport the precious sparkling wine, our custom-built MIGUTRANS profiles STS ES 160/16 were being applied. This particular MIGUTRANS profiles are characterized by their extremely high point loads.

MIGUA expansion joint systems mainly used: STS 160/16 ES MIGUTRANS 

Danube Centre, Vienna

Danube Centre, Vienna

Vienna, Austria

Danube Centre, Vienna

Vienna, Austria

For the city of Vienna, the Donau island is a leisure paradise with a high recreational value. Also located here is the second-biggest shopping centre of Austria, the Donau Zentrum. With an overall shopping area of about 130,000 m² and more than 260 shops, the elegant centre offers an interesting mixture of international brands and local dealers. The architectural attraction is the impressive air cushion façade. Behind the air cushions, LED light strips have been placed and the outer foil has been printed white with a silk screen process. During the daytime, light gets through the façade unfiltered, with a partly transparent, partly printed foil, and creates a bright and comfortable atmosphere. In the evenings, the LED lights put the façade into the limelight in a spectacular way.

Installed meters of MIGUA expansion joint systems so far: 1,300 m Migutan and 650 m MIGUTRANS.

In the scope of our 360° services, MIGUA has delivered the complete installation services, apart from the timely delivery of the products.

Audi Flagship Store

Audi Flagship Store

Berlin, Germany

Audi Flagship Store

Berlin, Germany

Audi is building its Berlin flagship store in the Adlershof. On the 25,000 m² estate between Rudower Chaussee and Ernst-Ruska-Ufer, the company invests about 30 million Euro. The first cut of the spade was made in June 2010. With selected guests, the third virtual showroom (after the showrooms in London and Peking) of the car manufacturer was opened. The "Cyberstore" does not have a lot to do with the popular online configurator. On floor-to-ceiling screens ("Powerwalls"), the customer can see, move and modify his dream car in 1:1 scale. There is a selection of fabrics, leather and materials available for this. On the first floor you can find 3D animations, complete with exhaust sound! And you can still enjoy a real-life test drive. The 375 square meter "Audi City" is linked to the Audi centre Charlottenburg.

City Bath of Gotha

City Bath of Gotha

Gotha, Germany

City Bath of Gotha

Gotha, Germany

The original city bath of Gotha has been planned and build by the head of the municipal planning and building, Wilhelm Goette, between 1905 and 1909. On 17th April 2014, it was reopened with a celebration, after being renovated thoroughly by the architects Veauthier Meyer, and was extended to twice of its current size. Before the Europe-wide competition in the year 2007, the bath had been closed for more than 20 years.

The extension of the historic city bath has a distinctive but modest architecture. The new building parts are lined up like a string of pearls on the West and East part of the historic swimming hall. Like a corona, the new building parts are connected to the adjacent old parts, and in the middle part, clearly emphasized, are cubic areas which mark special functions. This enables the adjacent old façades to be highlighted within the context of the tightly grouped surrounding buildings and this gives a distinctive form to the new building.

Airport Madrid Baraja

Airport Madrid Baraja

Madrid, Spain

Airport Madrid Baraja

Madrid, Spain

The Airport Madrid Barajas is the international airport of the Spanish capital Madrid. It is the biggest and most important aviation hub of Spain and, at the same time, the sixth-biggest airport of Europe. Madrid Barajas is also the most important European hub for flights to South America and home airport of the airlines Iberia, Air Europe and Air Pullmantur and a basis for Ryanair.

The passenger traffic of Barajas has increased continuously after the renovation in 1970. In 1960, it was 900,000 passengers whilst in 2007 the highest number that was reached was 52 million. On 4th July 2013, the airport celebrated its billionth passenger.

Installed meters of MIGUA expansion joint systems: 611 m

Expansion joint systems mainly used: MIGUTAN and MIGUTEC

Underground Station Fürth Hardhöhe

Underground Station Fürth Hardhöhe

Fürth, Germany

Underground Station Fürth Hardhöhe

Fürth, Germany

The construction works for the 187 long station started on June 28th 2005 and were executed in open design, with mixed-in-place-technique with subsequent closure of the excavation. A design competition was tendered by the design department of the Georg-Simon-Ohm High School which was won by the student Dong Guanni. With the help of the professors Ethelbert Hörmann and Ortwin Michl and the architect Werner Kittel of the Tiefbauamt Nürnberg (Civil Engineering Office), her design was realized, which reminds of the mirror manufacturing in Fürth.

Five light domes and the glass elevator provide the station with daylight which results in a bright and friendly atmosphere. The walls of the platform areas are not covered, in contrast to the mirror panels mounted, and the ceiling is painted blue. On the ceiling in the platform area, a folded structure with colourful patterns is installed, which reflects the incident light in the mirror panels. The viewer on the platform sees different colour patterns, depending on his point of view.

Station

Station "Wien Mitte"

Wien, Austria

Station "Wien Mitte"

Wien, Austria

The new station "Wien Mitte" (Vienna Centre) has a gross floor area of 150,000 m² and a maximum height of about 70 m. A shopping centre with about 30,000 m² and office areas of about 62,000 m² are part of the complex with the pioneering architecture.

The shopping centre was opened in April 2013. With 50 shops, it's Vienna's biggest inner city shopping centre and is marketed under the name "The Mall". The new "Finanzzentrum Wien-Mitte" (finance centre of Vienna) is also located in this building, which concentrates the seven existing tax offices of Vienna in this location.

On the roof of "Wien Mitte", a solar power station was build, with 1,424 panels and about 3,100 m² collector surface. It's the fifth and so far biggest citizen solar power station in Vienna and has been put into operation on 2nd December 2013.
According to the latest customer traffic counting of the ÖBB, this station is the busiest in Austria.

Installed meters of MIGUA expansion joint systems: 1240 m

Expansion joint systems mainly used: MIGUTAN and MIGUTRANS

Wembley Stadion

London, UK

Wembley Stadion

London, UK

Wembley Stadion

London, UK

The popular Wembley Stadium is located in the district of the same name in the Brent area. The stadium is mainly known for football games. It has been built from 2003 until 2007 after the old Wembley Stadium had been demolished; it takes up 90,000 spectators and has a characteristic 133 m high arc. The stadium is, after the Camp Nou in Barcelona, the second biggest football stadium in Europe.

Compared to the old Wembley Stadium, the new arena is twice as big and four times high. Instead of 39 steps, you now have to climb 107 steps form the field to reach the Royal Box.

The overall building costs (including financing and infrastructure) were, according to estimations, about 1.2 billion Euro.

 
 

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