The material of timber is one of the oldest materials in history. Over the course of the industrial developments in the 20th century, the material of timber saw increased use in the world of industry, and with modern bonding and joining techniques, free span widths far exceeding 50 m are now possible. With these new possibilities, timber engineering is now an equitable alternative to construction with concrete or steel and also boasts ecological advantages.
Our goal is to make optimum use of the modern manufacturing possibilities and economically established solutions in the design of wide-span supporting structures. In the scope of a continuous dialogue with universities and contracting companies, we try to push forward new developments and to incorporate the appropriate knowledge in our planning