According to legislation, the stability of structures is in the public interest. The protection of life and limb must be maintained and circumstances caused by insufficiently planned or erected structures must be fought off. In this sense they use
- lower building supervisory authorities of the respective federal states of Germany,
- the German train
- or the BSH
within the scope of the building permit, through the construction to the commissioning of structures by a certified and approved test engineer.
The test of the stability begins with the examination of the submitted static-constructive documents. After the static calculation and the construction plans have been approved, the structural implementation on the construction site is carried out by means of random construction supervision by two test engineers in the official sense. This four-eyes principle offers the owner a complement to the usual construction supervision, free of delivery interests and therefore independent.
We are completely convinced of this principle and are therefore examining planned conversions or new constructions of
- Residential, office, administrative and industrial buildings over
- Museums and hospitals through to
- Pedestrian and cycle paths, roads and railway bridges,
- Tunnels and train stations,
- Sports stadiums,
- deep construction pits of special construction and
- Foundation structures for setting up offshore wind turbines and substations on the high seas