Brunkeberg is privileged to be showcased in a feature article in Swedish magazine Tidningen GLAS detailing the KTM project.
With both interest and expectations high, 150 guests arrived to Sweden for a live demonstration of The Brunkeberg® System, where Lindner Group presented the benefits of Brunkeberg System and showcased the new installation equipment. During a live performance, guests could see how two people distribute and install 800 kg glass panels in less than 5 minutes per panel.
We are proud to have Langendorf in Sweden live demonstration of Langendorf trailers for vertical prefab panel transportation. This enables safer faster offloading of glass panels, saving space and time on the worksite. It lowers the number of transports, carbon emissions and transport costs.
As part of the BAU exhibition in Munich in January 2015, Brunkeberg held an open house at the Lindner Group main head office in Arnstorf, Germany to present the Brunkeberg System.
Featuring a live demonstration of panel installation at the full-scale mock-up, as well as a tour of the Lindner Group premises, the open house garnered great enthusiasm for our system.
This spring, The Brunkeberg® System was presented at series of invitation-only breakfast seminars hosted by Prolog in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. With a theme of “World-Class Productivity,” the seminars delved into the topic of innovation and productivity in the construction industry.
Reach out to Prolog consultants for more information on how the Brunkeberg System can be used to improve construction logistics, productivity and safety on your construction project.
The Brunkeberg® System was featured in the international magazine Intelligent Glass Solutions (IGS) in December:
Brunkeberg are introducing a new system for recladding of old curtain wall glass facades, including a climbing protective wall and a recycling system for dismounting the old curtain wall. Less disturbance of tenants and substantial reductions of time and costs.
We welcome Dietmar Woelfert of Clad Engineering as head designer of the Brunkeberg System in close collaboration by the facade specialists at Lindner and Gib
Professor Klaus Lang, the head of Lindner Group R&D was promoted to honorary professor of building innovations at the University of Rosenheim.
As part of the press conference, The Brunkeberg® System was presented as "Revolution in facade renovation - the self installing curtain wall".
Profile interview with inventor Henrik Falk in Swedish magazine GLAS, issue 3 2009.
Brunkeberg is pleased to report that the 2009 development study on the The Brunkeberg® System was presented at the 17th annual conference of the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC), held in Taipei, Taiwan 2009.
Arup Facade Engineering in London are commissioned to perform a feasibility study of the Brunkeberg System™ for curtain wall installation, with a focus on buildability and marketability. Arup provides independent design, procurement and construction advice on all aspects of facades and building exteriors across the world.
AF Consult of Sweden are commissioned to perform a feasibility study of the Brunkeberg System™ for curtain wall installation with a focus on mechanical engineering, structural design and process efficiency.
AF Consult are global technical consultants with specialization in mechanical lifting equipment on buildings and industrial automation, two core competencies needed for the design of the unique Brunkeberg System™.