The prestigious Barwa Financial District is a giant project designed to be one of Doha’s landmark sights and serve the local and international financial sector. Located in Doha’s new business city, West Bay, the Financial District is a multi-use complex consisting of nine 18 to 52 storey office towers that also house a five-star hotel, a shopping centre and other facilities. The project will cost 1.3bn USD and is planned to be finished in late 2013. MEVA’s slab formwork system MevaDec (with 9,000 m² of MevaDec panels) and the girder formwork MevaFlex are used to pour the slabs of three office towers (among them is the highest building of the entire district with over 50 slabs).
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MEVA STB 450 offers flexible solution for narrow, inclined rail section: Near the municipality of Gretzenbach, the four-track route branches into two separate lines. Here, the two southern tracks gradually descend and pass below the cantonal road before entering the new Eppenberg Tunnel.
MEVA's StarTec and Radius wall formwork played a starring role in the construction of a 20 m tall, plant-shaped viewing tower, built by the shore of Lake Velence, south-west of Budapest.
The focus of MEVA's first collaboration with Austrian company GLS was nature conservation and the construction of two fish passes on the River Traun.