News and latest projects
Meret Oppenheim tower rises
In the heart of Basel next to the SBB railway station the Meret Oppenheim high-rise is currently under construction. wh-p Ingenieure has provided planning services in work stage 1 to 3. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron.
Excavation pit for Roche Tower Bau 2
Reaching a height of 205 m the Roche Tower Bau 2 will be the tallest building in Switzerland and will even exceed Bau 1 nearby. The first step of the pit has been excavated. The slab to start with the top-down construction is actually under construction. This method enables the superstructure and the underground structure to be built simultaneously. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron.
1st prize in the Heidelberg Convention Centre design competition
Congratulations to Degelo Architekten for winning the 1st Prize in the design competition for the Heidelberg Convention Centre.
Krümmung Trägt - Curves Carry
Our new book offers both engineers and architects alike the opportunity to develop an holistic understanding in structural engineering using strut-and-tie models. Using principles, examples, and implemented projects, our manual serves for daily use at study, in an engineering or an architectural office. The book may be obtained at the net cost price of only SFr15 from our office.
Congratulations to EM2N for the 1st prize
In the competition for the commercial area Quartier Heidestrasse in Berlin we supported the architectural design team with concepts for the superstructure and the facade support structure. Half of the ten buildings are planned as twelve storey structures.
Congratulations to ds.architekten for the 4th prize
In the two-stage competition for the replacement buildings for the Centre for Geriatric Psychiatry "Haus im Wald" and the Centre for Crisis Intervention "Haus am Hügel" wh-p Ingenieure AG provided structural consultation.
Congratulations to Caesar and Markus for winning the 3rd prize
Together with the architects, we developed an external reinforced concrete structure for the tendered competition for the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute. The reinforced concrete ribbons are planned without joints. The facade carries the slab loads. This allows for a design with column-free facade zones.