A NEW GENERATION OF VERTICAL LOGISTICS
The Brunkeberg® System adds vertical rails to the facade of the building, providing a method for faster, safer panel installation, and material handling on the construction site. The vertical rails enables safe installation of double size panorama windows, automated cleaning and many other features.
- 1/2 glass panel installation time
- 1/3 facade installation staff
- 1/3 panel offloading time
The Brunkeberg system not only makes facade installation faster and safer. It frees up building site resources such as ground space and lifting resources. This means the entire program can be reduced by several months
TRACK SECURED ACCESS
- Less weather dependence
- Less damage, less labor.
- Less health and safety risks
The integrated vertical tracks are used for safe access throughout the life cycle of the building, providing benefits for installation, maintenance as well as for facade replacement. And reduces damage and delays due to wind.
- Automated facade cleaning
- Banner advertising
- Architectural design
The tracks of the Brunkeberg system enables a wide range of services and such as automated cleaning, easier upgrades, advertising services. There are also tracks for attaching architectural features like sun shading or solar panels.
This video describes Brunkeberg Logistics applied to rapid construction of prefabricated hotel rooms and small apartments.
Nanjing officials visited Sweden to with an invitation and generous offer to help Swedish companies access the Chinese market through the new development zones in Nanjing. Brunkeberg was invited to present how highrise construction can be made safer and faster through prefabrication and logistics.
We thank Tiandi for the honor to host this prominent CEO delegation from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.
Brunkeberg and Smulders are kickstarting the partnership by building a new training facility in Arendonk, Belgium. This 6 story building will be dedicated for demonstrations, testing and for mock-ups of Brunkeberg projects. It will also be used for training and certification of construction staff.
Brunkeberg will visit Chicago 24-25 September and Toronto in 26-28:th September to follow up on project leads and meet partners.
How can we apply the latest Robotic technologies to Curtain wall construction? Mathias Farnebo of Brunkeberg is participating as an expert advisor for the inter-european research project called Hephaestus.
Brunkeberg will participate in the ICAE 2018. The congress bring together over 300 researchers, industrialists and architects from Latin America and the United States, as well as different European countries.
Brunkeberg welcomes Smulders as shareholder and international strategic partner for steel construction. This partnership will strengthen Brunkeberg with engineering resources and delivery capapility for large scale projects.
Brunkeberg was invited to present and participate at this year’s Skanska Facade Days 2017 in Prague with the theme "Facades Now and in the Future" where innovations and the future of unitised curtain wall facades took up a big part of the agenda.
Brunkeberg is proud to be a part of the the publication "Construction Robots - Elementary Technologies and Single-Task Construction Robots". This comprehensive book provides an excellent overview of the robot technologies currently in used in the worldwide construction industry to improve productivity. It was written byby Prof. Brock and Dr. Linner at the Technical University of Munich´s Faculty for Architecture and is published by Cambridge University.