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The soil mixing methode is a environmentally friendly and cost-effective construction pit systems.

The  benefits are:  ✅ Low carbon footprint: less cement ✅ Cost-effective: use of existing soil ✅ Lower transport & disposal costs: minimal extraction of soil On our construction site for a new apartment building at Lake Tegernsee, the client wanted an ecological and economical solution. The soil mixing method was ideally suited for these requirements.  Economical and safe - whatever the ground…

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Stump-Franki expands its online offering

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Stump-Franki obtains ISO 50001 certification

Energy management system introduced as part of the PORR Climate Strategy

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On schedule despite obstacles in the subsoil: Two excavation pits for plant for bulk loading of sugar

On behalf of Südzucker AG, the Munich-based Stump-Franki branch constructed two construction pits on the grounds of the Südzucker plant in Rain am Lech, including back-anchored bored pile walls, shotcrete nailing as well as dewatering and excavation. The construction work for the smaller excavation pit had to be completed before the peak of the annual sugar campaign. For this reason, reliability…

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Special foundation measures for Hamburg Wendenquartier

Difficult subsoil calls for all the specialist foundation engineering expertise

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Excavation pit and pile foundation for Wilhelmsburg nursing home

Stump-Franki has been commissioned with the construction of two excavation pits as well as the pile foundation and crane foundation for a new construction project in the Hamburg district of Wilhelmsburg. Until February 2024, PORR Hochbau Region Nord is building two houses here as general contractor for the PFLEGEN & WOHNEN WILHELMSBURG facility. Stump-Franki Planung is responsible for execution…

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Subsoil improvement for old police headquarters in Halle (Saale)

The Old Police Headquarters in Halle (Saale), which was built in the imperial era and is a listed building, is being renovated after a long period of vacancy. In order to prevent settlement cracks in the masonry in the future, the team from the Stump-Franki Chemnitz branch was commissioned to consolidate the building ground beneath the foundation. An environmentally friendly, low-noise and…

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IHK honors Stump-Franki for training performance

Stump-Franki Spezialtiefbau GmbH receives the award for outstanding training performance in 2022 from the Düsseldorf Chamber of Industry and Commerce. One of the reasons for the award is the first-class performance of former trainee Philipp Baum, who completed his training as an industrial clerk with 95 out of 100 points. This makes him one of the best apprentices in 2022.

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Excavation pit for the new building of the student union Bonn

In the midst of the historically significant Wilhelminian quarter, the Stump-Franki Düsseldorf branch is constructing the excavation pit for the new building of the Bonn student union in consortium with the earthworks company Gerhard Kliemt GmbH on an area of around 4,600 m2. The 450 m long enclosure is being constructed with soldier pile and bored pile walls as well as a DSV underpinning and…

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Jet-grouted underpinning for historic Herzog Max building at the Karlstor, Munich

For four decades, the building at the corner of Neuhauser Strasse 20 and Herzog-Max-Strasse 4 in Munich was home to a department store. The listed building is now the subject of a revitalisation project that aims to implement a work-friendly interior design concept filled with natural light. From February to April 2022, Stump-Franki’s Munich branch tackled challenging conditions in the very centre…

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