STRONG CONCEPT.
STRONG CONSTRUCTION.




Raunheim Cable-Stayed Bridge
This technically and architecturally demanding cable-stayed bridge has shaped Raunheim’s urban landscape since opening in January 2015. With a span of 130 m, it provides a new rapid transport link across the Mainz – Frankfurt railway line and connects both the 15 hectare Resart-Ihm development site and the B43 to the town.



The 50 m high supporting pylon ensures that the asymmetrical suspension bridge can be seen from a great distance, close up the fine S-shape caused by the southern abutment becomes clear. K+R Plan designed the bridge and Schüssler-Plan were commissioned to provide the the Project Planning and Structural Design and were responsible for the On-Site Supervision.

GENERAL PLANNING FOR BER BERLIN

Düsseldorf. 24th August 2015. Schüssler-Plan Generalplanungsgesellschaft mbH, based in Berlin were awarded the General Planning contract for the BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Tenders had been invited from all over Europe. Services to be provided include coordinating the remaining planning phases up to and including the opening of the airport, which is intended to take place in the 2nd half of 2017. “We are delighted to have been awarded the General Planning Contract and for the faith placed in us”, said Managing Partner, Dipl.-Ing. Norbert Schüssler. “We are well aware of the challenge ahead, but we and our team of experienced engineers will do our utmost to ensure that the aims of the Berlin Airport Company are attained.” The Schüssler-Plan engineering company has extensive experience in planning and managing complex infrastructure projects, particularly in the field of international airports. Since the 1970s, Schüssler-Plan have constantly been commissioned to plan and manage large-scale airport projects and are currently active at almost all of Germany’s major airports.

MAJOR CONTRACT TO DESIGN A26

Schüssler-Plan Awarded Major A26-East Contract
Schüssler-Plan have been awarded the major contract to design the A26 – East at the head of a consortium, winning against invited applicants from all over Europe. This demanding transport infrastructure project is being carried out on behalf of DEGES, the German Unity Motorway Planning and Construction Company, and is due to be completed by the end of 2019.
This extension to the A26 will close the gap in the motorway network to the south of Hamburg, connecting the A1 and A7, two major thoroughfares, which will significantly improve accessibility to the Port of Hamburg and will relieve the city of national traffic.

Schüssler-Plan Dialogue

EXPO REAL
2015

 

MEET US AT EXPO REAL
From October 5 - 7, 2015 Schüssler-Plan will be exhibitor at EXPO REAL in Munich.  Meet us on the fair stands of Düsseldorf and Frankfurt/Main.
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SCHÜSSLER PRIZE 2015

SCHÜSSLER PRIZE 2015 AWARD CEREMONY
The award ceremony for this year’s Schüssler Prize was held on 14th August 2015 in the guesthouse of the RWTH University in Aachen.
The Schüssler Prize has been conferred for over 20 years in cooperation with the RWTH University in Aachen and rewards exceptional degree work in the form of a bursary for a semester spent studying abroad.

EU-INTEGRATED PROJECT INACHUS

 

 

 

SCHÜSSLER-PLAN MEMBER OF INACHUS CONSORTIUM
As one of 20 partners Schüssler-Plan joins in the EU research project INACHUS. INACHUS will assist the operations of First Responders (FRs) and Urban Search and Rescue (USaR) teams by providing an integrated novel platform that will enhance the operational effectiveness of all actors involved in complex USaR and first response activities. Towards this direction, INACHUS will offer deeper understanding of typical scenarios for structural failures and their damages following various types of incidents.
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STRUCTURAL SAFETY

"STRUCTURAL SAFETY"
Course of Study Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering 
Lecture at University of Applied Science Cologne, Summer Semester 2015
Dr. Ingo Müllers / Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Nöldgen

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