The safety and the quality of our products have first priority. This is why we place importance on having our products and technology regularly tested and certified by independent institutions. The DNV GL – the international accredited registrar and certification body, headquartered near Oslo, Norway – individually tests and certifies our special projects.
Our membership in numerous industrial-sector associations and specialist committees guarantees that we always work in accordance with the most recent directives and standards.
C³ – Carbon Concrete Composite: Research project which will innovate the building industry. “C³ is a new material compound from carbon and concrete that has lead to a paradigm shift in the building industry. Its aim is to exchange 20 % of the corrodible reinforced concrete by carbon concrete.”Website
“Shipbuilding, ship suppliers, marine engineering and ocean technology, shipping, offshore and more: the maritime economy has many facets – and enormous future potential. It is already a key industry in Northern Germany and will play a decisive role in determining its future economic development.
The Maritime Cluster Northern Germany (MCN) is the interface between the various players from the worlds of business, academia and politics. The association creates platforms for dialogue, promotes contacts to other relevant industries and networks, and supports its members in their efforts to develop ideas, services and products and to establish them in the marketplace.Website
“PIANC is the forum where professionals around the world join forces to provide expert advice on cost-effective, reliable and sustainable infrastructures to facilitate the growth of waterborne transport. Established in 1885, PIANC continues to be the leading partner for government and private sector in the design, development and maintenance of ports, waterways and coastal areas.
As a non-political and non-profit organisation, PIANC brings together the best international experts on technical, economic and environmental issues pertaining to waterborne transport infrastructures. Members include national governments and public authorities, corporations and interested individuals.”Website
“DIN, the German Institute for Standardization, is the independent platform for standardization in Germany and worldwide. As a partner for industry, research and society as a whole, DIN plays a major role in paving the way for innovations to reach the market and advancing progress in innovative areas such as Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities.”Website
Certificate of compliance for supporting finished parts out of concrete, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete — are compliant with technical norm DIN 1045 – 4:2012 – 02.
Certificate for the following operations:
installation, preparatation, maintenance, repair of facilities with substances hazardous to water.
Prequalification for the following areas:
413 – 05 concrete- and constructional steelworks in water engineering
614 – 04 comprehensive construction service for harbours, water ways, embankments and other water constructions