PROJECT DATA

Architectural Concrete Finish

Project: Rebuilding and extension of an old bunker with exposed conrete finish

Contractor: AGA Westerwelle Bau GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

MEVA System: Wall formwork Mammut 350 with all-plastic facing alkus

Formwork Engineering: MEVA Formwork Systems, Germany

 
 
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Project

Old bunker complex being rebuilt and extended to create kitchen studio

Quality results and meeting client demands in terms of scheduling and budgeting are trademarks of contractor AGA Westerwelle from Herford in northern Germany. Expertise and flexibility are part of the company’s quality policy on every construction job. 

Architects are increasingly demanding a high quality finish on concrete that will remain as is after the pour. This was the case with extension and rebuilding works on this old bunker in Bielefeld, Germany. The wall formwork system Mammut 350 was chosen because of its symmetric tie-hole and joint pattern and its standard all- plastic facing alkus, which delivers the desired, smooth concrete finish continuously from the first pour to the last.

“We are very happy with the results!“, say Guido Dahme and his supervisor Alexander Bresel, “We shall definitely be using the Mammut 350 again.”

 
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