Civil engineering construction is a speciality of MEVA's. Our answers centre around a technically superior product and technology portfolio for large, high, expansive structures in infrastructure, bridges, tunnels, power plants, waterworks and the like. Many references show the support frame or our heavy-duty wall formwork Mammut 350 in action. Our engineers excel at finding creative answers to challenges that seem impossible to solve at first.
Referencen for Projets in Commercial & Residential Construction, Architectural Construction, High-Rise Construction and Civil Engineering Construction
The underground flood control basin in Bern‘s city centre was built over 40 years ago.
Gravity walls to the tunnel entrance, up to 14 m high,poured using a single-sided adaptation of the MGC guided climbing system and Mammut 350 wall panels.
This project required a treatment tank with a radius of 80 ft and over 20 ft in height. The new MAR system was the perfect solution for the contractor’s needs.
Extraordinary civil engineering works and structures on challenging terrain: MEVA wall formwork Mammut 350 used on the Galgenbuck tunnel in Switzerland.
Built from 1878 to 1882, the old barrage is being completely renovated and equipped with a new highpeformance flood relief channel that is poured with MEVA rental formwork.
A railway tunnel with high demands: MEVA formwork is used to pour the retaining walls, concrete beams and tunnel portals at both tunnel entries, plus bridge abutments and piers close to the southern tunnnel entry.
To the Limits of Technical Feasibility. The solution: MEVA wall formwork Mammut 350
Due to precise planning and immaculate work it was possible to achieve a record-breaking time saving on the Békéscsaba Bridge project in Hungary. The MEVA Mammut 350 wall formwork made fast pours without interruptions possible.
One challenge was pouring hundreds of columns with large mushroom-shaped column heads.
New construction of the motorway A45 bridge Münchholzhausen using the shoring tower Space and MEVA wall formwork Mammut 350
Central Energy Plant built using the MevaLite and Imperial wall formwork systems for fast wall and column pours.
A special task force was formed at nearby MEVA Austria headquarters to master the complex concrete works and formwork challenges.
The wall formwork system Mammut 350 was chosen because of its symmetric tiehole and joint pattern and its standard all-plastic facing alkus.
Work was completed in just 15 concrete pours using more than 170 m² of Radius from the Leada Acrow fleet of MEVA formwork.
The architects demanded a superior concrete finish that was easily achieved with the panels‘ all-plastic facing alkus.
The new Alaudagasse station and the switch shaft south of it are being poured using MEVA formwork.
They chose MEVA for all concrete works.
A tough challenge for the MEVA engineers, who solved it using the Support frame STB 450 with extensions.
The bridge piers are up to 37 m high and have identical cross sections of 5.10 by 2.40 metres. The piers were poured using MEVA Mammut wall formwork.
17,000 m² of slabs in the lower levels were formed using an inventory of only 1,200 m² of the slab System MevaDec.
The boxout construction was attached to MEVA‘s StarTec formwork that on this site was used for over 2 years to pour the many walls of the complex.
Water Power Station “Illspitz”being built where the river Ill flows into the Rhine
In order to waterproof the complete concrete structure along the Danube, concrete was poured entirely without any ties. The wall, 4.5 m high and 1 m wide, was poured usind single-sided support frames and brackets on both sides.
MEVA formwork had to master exceptional concrete pressures during the pours.
The carriage was completely pre-assembled at the MEVA plant in Haiterbach and moved to the site on a heavy-duty low platform trailer.
Bridge construction with MEVA formwork systems: EcoAs, Mammut, KLK 230, and shoring system MEP.
The entries of several tunnels were poured using a modular formwork solution that MEVA designed and built for fast and multiple use in the mountainous terrain
Polygonal Walls with Standard MEVA Formwork Panels MevaLite
The question was: How to “build” the required working platform 40 metres over ground if standard solutions cannot work? The answer is: Use STB 300 support frames and attach them horizontally to the tower.
The MEVA support frames are mainly – but not only – used to support single-sided wall formwork when, for example, pouring against an existing structure.
Contractor Maïa Sonnier S.A. used different MEVA formwork systems and solutions to efficiently handle the various forming challenges when building the tunnel and bridges required for the inner-city rail link in populated area.
All cycles over the starter were climbed with MEVA’s climbing formwork KLK 230.
Rough River Spillway Extension: Tough Schedule and Tough Conditions.
Pouring concrete against rock: single-sided formwork solution from MEVA wins on technical counts.
Innovation in Bridge Construction with MEVA Column Formwork
MEVA Imperial and STB for healthy water in Canada.
MEVA Engineers are known for their creativity in combining standard formwork with specially designed forms to achieve economically and technically viable solutions.
The engineers consulted MEVA´s formwork expertise because the expectations on concrete finish are very high. MEVA suggested using the unique shoring tower SPACE.
Planning, Formwork and Site Management: All Done and Delivered by MEVA
In 2000, MEVA was the first formwork manufacturer to use the pioneering alkus all-plastic forming face. While until recently not widely known in Ireland, alkus was welcome by Ascon and widely used together with the wall formwork Mammut at Ballymore Eustace.
MEVA wall formwork Mammut was chosen because of its load capacity of 100 k/N/m².
NEF National Enrichment Facility with more than 150,000 ft² MEVA wall formwork Imperial and MevaLite.
The high daytime temperatures required adding a retarder to the concrete, which resulted in the final setting occuring only after 15 hours. Nevertheless, the Mammut 350 has sufficient reserves to cope with load peaks of 100 kN/m².
A simple, sophisticated design featuring few components and time-saving details distinguishes the MEP Shoring System, which consists of only three parts and, yet, is versatilely applicable: as single prop, slab table or shoring structure.
Water purification plant on Lake Ontario with 31 ft high dam wall formed with MEVA formwork Imperial and STB.
MEVA formwork on biggest German construction site.
Railway Line between St. Pölten and Vienna: A new regional railway concourse for which the architects intended unique concrete geometries and special finishes
Mammut wall formwork and pre-bent alkus plastic sheets are used to form the wineglass-shaped bridge piers for a motorway crossover
Reconstruction of the Interstate highway 95 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA with MEVA Formwork Systems