Our Projects

In the UK and beyond, our highly professional project teams work together to ensure the rapid, effective on-site deployment of expert personnel to tackle any task.

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High above Manchester

Working in tandem, two MEVA Automated Climbing (MAC) systems built one storey every five days on these four residential towers in Manchester.

Exceptional bridge piers

A new interchange and bridge was constructed as part of a motorway upgrade and bespoke formwork is needed to create the bridge piers.

Architectural concrete masterpiece

The cuboid-shaped extension of Zurich Art Museum is a shining example of the potential of fair-faced concrete using MEVA’s formwork systems, despite the architectural and structural engineering challenges.

Flexible tower construction

The graduated taper of the Roche 2 tower in Switzerland meant that the complex formwork operations required thorough preparation to ensure the work was safe and could be delivered efficiently.

Complex vertical louvre wall

A bespoke 3D modelled formwork design provides the solution to a complex vertical louvre geometry at the Airport end of Stuttgart’s new rail extension.

The Museum of the Future

The giant, oval Museum of the Future in Dubai contains seven floors, on top of a three-storey podium, with each storey varying in height. The key to success was careful planning, innovative Building Information Modelling of the 3D design and a combination of adaptable formwork solutions, to create the curved structure of this futuristic Museum.

Wallformwork on a residential development

Mammut XT saves time

Thanks to the efficiency of the Mammut XT system, a new housing complex was built faster than the contractor anticipated.

An architectural masterpiece

Substantial expansion of of The Vienna University of Economics and Business meant a requirement to extend the campus, with a further six buildings planned – four of which were erected using MEVA formwork and formwork solutions. 

The world’s biggest water reservoir

Water reservoirs with a total capacity of 17 million cubic metres are built in the Qatari desert with MEVA formwork systems.

Highest building ever

MEVA rose to the challenge to help construct the Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world. Pouring 154 floors over the 829m height whilst remaining on schedule required formwork solutions that were durable and efficient.

Special formwork construction using slab, wall and shoring systems at Pancho Stadium Hungary

Extraordinary stadium design

MEVA worked with the contractor to design a cantilevered shoring system at FC Felcsút’s Stadium in Hungary that would allow the roof supports to be cast without damaging the playing field.

Ecological, practical, good

A retaining wall with integrated columns was able to be installed without a crane and despite challenging site conditions by making use of MEVA’s AluFix wall formwork system.

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