The Töging hydro power plant is a run off river hydro power plant of the Austrian Verbund AG. (118 MW)
The power plant is located on the Inn Canal near Töging am Inn/Germany.
The state-of-the-art chipboard plant with coating, capacities is scheduled to go into operation by the end of 2020. This first project phase involves an investment volume of around 260 Million USD and will create 400 jobs within the next six years.
Mellach / Stmk: Foundation structure for gas and steam turbine 838 MW in multi and single shaft version, static and dynamic calculation as well as formwork and reinforcement drawings. Austria:
Foundation structure for gas and steam turbine 438 MW in multi and single liability version, static and dynamic calculation as well as creation of formwork and reinforcement plans. Belgium Novo Tempo / Brazil:
Foundation structure for gas and steam turbines approx. 1200 MW in multi and single version, static and dynamic calculation as well as creation of formwork and reinforcement plans.
YARA Environmental Technologies GmbH was commissioned to design a flue gas cleaing unit for the QAFCO plant.
The task of the structural constructional processing was given to BauCon ZT GmbH.
Main part of the construction is the so called catalyst-box. Inside this structure ther are different baffle and guide plates to control the flue gas flow. Also inside there is a supporting structure for the catalyst elements.
The pump storage hydro power plant with an investment sum of 365 million euros has been constructed completely under ground. It was one of the biggest power plant construction sites in Europe.
About 70,000 m³ of excavated material accumulated when excavating the two caverns. The turbine hall cavern is 62 m long, 25 m wide and 43 m high - the size of the nave of St. Stephens Cathedral.
Some component dimensions:
Floor plate thickness up to 1.50 m
Lower generator ceiling: ceiling thickness 2.00 m
Upper generator ceiling: prestressed ceiling 1.50 m thick
Our design was ordered by Pöyry Energy GmbH
Structural design of complex structural frameworks in the Romanian earthquake zone
More than 80,000 m² of hall area, approx. € 45 million in construction costs, approx. € 200 million in overall investments - ongoing upgrades
The steel platforms in the machine hall and the ULA building were statically calculated by us; we also created the steel construction master drawings and as-built plans.
The foundation for the turbines was also calculated, statically and dynamically by BauCon, and we drew up all construction drawings.
The reinforced concrete frame is 51 meters long, 14 meters wide and 15 meters high and set in site bored.