Our planning is based on the design of the architect. The test dimensions of the building axes are checked and adapted.
Together with the architect, the geometry of the façade elements is determined and divided into different types.
The different types of elements now form the basis for the development of the substructure system. We attach great importance to developing a uniform system for the different types in order to ensure a simple assembly of the elements. During the development phase, a permanent coordination with the building technician takes place, in order to transfer the loads optimally to the building with as few connecting points as possible.
For the installing company, we provide all assembling plans in 2D and 3D as well as assembly videos.
On the first delivery of the components, our technicians will be on site to train the assembly staff. The pre-assembly of the substructure as well as the handling of the façade elements are trained together with the assembly personnel on the first elements in order to ensure a smooth construction process.
The photo shows the result of the successfully implemented project with Fshape's know-how.
ARCHITEKT & EXECUTION
UAB Architecture Linija, Lithuania
The Life Science Building at the University of Vilnius also illustrates the surprising creative potential of the GFRC elements. Similar to the Center for Integrated Life Sciences & Engineering at Boston University, they are also used here particularly for the vertical rhythmization of the simple cubic building. Here, the striking triangular shape of these elements accentuates their sculptural effect even more strongly.