Brunkeberg and Smulders are kickstarting the partnership by building a new training facility in Arendonk, Belgium. This facility 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.
The Brunkeberg System will be featured on display at the high rise innovation section of the major Miami High Rise exhibition arranged by Miami School of Architecture from 29 Sept to 12 December 2017. Make sure make a visit, we think it will be a unique experience for everyone interested in high rise.
Brunkeberg is showing the Brunkeberg System in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and Toronto for architects, developers, contractors and potential partners, showcasing how the Brunkeberg System enables automated installation and cleaning of curtain wall panels of unprecedented size.
Brunkeberg will give a presentation at the Facade Innovation Workshop at Mace Construction, London on the 14:th of June.
Our facade manufacturing partner Lindner Group are launching a series of curtain wall products named Lindner Panorama, with triple glazing of 15 foot width which is unprecedented in the market. Installation of oversized panels are quick and safe with the use of Brunkeberg installation equipment.
We are happy to announce that Henrik Ljungdahl will step in as Interim CEO for Brunkeberg. Henrik was previously Business Development Manager at Brunkeberg, and will replace Martin White from April 2017,
Henrik Andersson, Technical director at Brunkeberg will do a presentation on the latest local and international Curtain Wall codes and standards at the yearly Facade event held by GBF, The Swedish Federation of Glazing Contractors. 2 February in Gothenburg, Sweden
On the 12 of January Brunkeberg and Myloc held a joint seminar introducing ATBC solutions and a step by step approach to successful project execution. This time with a focus on providing solutions to the upcoming logistical challenges for Gothenburg City.
The US magazine 'Building Design+Construction' readers and editors has selected Brunkeberg System as one of the 101 most interesting construction products of the year in their inaugural 101 Top Products report. Brunkeberg is also selected as 'Editor's Pick' and was ranked 8 in the Glass and Glazing category by the read
Brunkeberg will attend the BAU 2017 fair in Munich on the 17-19 January where we will reveal upcoming news and show the latest progress. We still have slots for presentations and we look forward to meet you.
The Swedish magasine GLAS covers the nomination for the CTBUH Innovation award.
The Swedish company Brunkeberg Systems is one of the five companies in the world to be nominated as finalists for the CTBUH Innovation Awards this year. A prestigious prize awarded by the International skyskrapeorganisationen CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat).
Myloc AB together with Brunkeberg Systems AB have developed a new concept to improve construction of high rise projects – Accelerated Tall Building Construction.
Henrik Ljungdahl, Business Development Manager at Brunkeberg gives a presentation at the yearly inspirational event for supply chain and logistics for the construction sector in Sweden.