Fritz Haber Institute - Precision Laboratories Berlin

An impressive plate

The heart of the new research building is the central laser hall. KREBS+KIEFER planned it to be free of supports so that distribution and setup can be varied depending on scientists’ respective needs. As even the lowest vibrations, uneven air movements, dust and the smallest temperature and moisture fluctuations impair the function of highly sensitive devices, experts determined the optimal support structure using dynamic and construction simulations.

The institute building received a floor plate that’s up to 1.60 meters thick for its foundations, which in turn is resting on two-meter-thick rolled concrete. KREBS+KIEFER arranged for advisory vibration measurements to be taken as a basis for planning and to monitor success.

Performances

  • Subsoil
  • Noise/vibration
  • Art. 51 of the HOAI (German Fee Regulations for Architects and Engineers):
  • Service phases 1 - 6 and 8
  • Special services:
  • Dynamic calculation
  • Construction physics and building simulation
  • Thermal-structural physics
  • Constructional fire safety measures
  • Fire prevention

 

Nico Bahro
Nico Bahro
Nico Bahro
Nico Bahro
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KREBS+KIEFER
KREBS+KIEFER
KREBS+KIEFER
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