Description of project
The housing estate consists of a two-storey house (24 m/11.80 m) with six flats, one of them on the same level as the underground car park, and a three-storey house (25.30 m/11.80 m) with nine flats. The houses are situated on a shared underground car park with a length of approx. 67 m and a width of approx. 16.70 m.
A surface foundation was carried out on a base plate with coves. On the south-west corner it was necessary to build 14 lean concrete pillars due to the hillside location. The underground car park was built by applying the reinforced-concrete method. The houses are constructed with reinforced concrete ceilings and reinforced concrete walls as flat partitions and with reinforced concrete stilts along the external facade. The facade consists of non-load-bearing wooden wallboards. The pitched roofs are built as purlin roofs and transfer the load into the top storey ceiling.
A special challenged turned out to be the development of a working, economic load transfer between the houses and the underground car park storey with their highly different structures.
Description of tasks
Static support of the solid construction from draft to realisation
Static support of the roof truss from draft to realisation
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