1999-2000

2002

1998


Planning and Realization project "Brug Over Het Maas -Schelde Kanaal, Gemeende Lommel, Belgium, with Engineer Prof. Belz (Stuttgart) Graubner Bridge Company; Client: Gemeende Lommel, Belgium

1996-1999


Expert planning for the reclamation and redesign of a 547 m long and 74 m high steel promoting bridge (1) of the abandoned coal mining area in Klettwitz, Brandenburg in the abandoned coal mining area", as an Expo-Application-Project in cooperation with the landscaping architects Löwe and the Federal Office Kleine Elster, Brandenburg, Germany

Bridges & Infrastructures

First Prize, "Concourse Construction Acier 2002", International Steel Construction Realization Competition Belgium-Luxembourgh, for Suspension Bridge "Brug over Het Maas-Schelde Kanaak, Lommel"
Expert planning for the reclamation and redesign of a 634 md long and 66 m high steel promoting bridge (2) of the abandoned coal mining area in Zwenkau by Leipzig as a Expo-Application-Project in order of the administration office of South Leipzig Area, Germany
Design and Realization project for pedestrian steel bridges at the new civil park Herten in a transformed coal mining area, developer and client: Landesentwickungs-Gesellschaft North Rhine, Westphalia, Germany in Cooperation with studio for Landscape Architecture and Environmental Development P. Drecker, Bottrop-Hannover, Germany

Studio Thomas Spiegelhalter + Associates

1997


2020 -

Planning and Realization project "Bridge to the Park of the Senses in Laatzen, Expo 2000 Hannover, Germany" with Engineeer Prof. Belz (Stuttgart), Graubner Bridge Company, Client: City Laatzen-Hannover
Planning and Realization project (1st Prize) "International Building Exhibition Emscher Park (IBA) Competition Germany", master planning, redevelopment Project of the abandoned Steel and Coal Mining area "Zeche Osterfeld Oberhausen" to a mixed use public recreation park of the German Federal Garden Show (25.000 qm), Schwarzes Tor Oberhausen (23 m high)", transformed observation tower sculpture with six steel bridges and a coke battery (274 m long) in cooperation with the studio for Landscape Architecture and Environmental Development P. Drecker, Berlin-Halle-Hannover-Bottrop and J. Dittus, Germany

1994


Generative Design and AI topologically planned and optimized 50 m plus Wire ARC Additive Manufacturing (WAAM), 3-D printed, stainless steel pedestrian and bicycle bridge globally. Location: Transformed 36 hectare Post-Industrial Area in the Ruhr Valley, Germany. Currently, under Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for any bridge project details. (In progress, completion end of 2022. More will be released in 2022, TBA).

Carbon-Neutral Design Projects L.L.C

2000-2001