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How high is the sky? Skyscrapers such as the Burj Khalifa are pushing the boundaries of physics—and of our imagination.
Museums, theaters, opera houses, and philharmonic halls make cities unforgettable. HOCHTIEF—where buildings become art.
HOCHTIEF engineers are eyeing a spectacular feat of engineering on the A45 autobahn.
Concrete works in icy temperatures? Ski lift construction in gale-force winds? HOCHTIEF workers are familiar with extreme conditions.
From Madison Square Garden in New York to the soccer stadium of the city of Dortmund in Germany: A home for stars, a place for emotions.
... through the mountain Jürgen Mielenz experiences some of the most exciting and intense moments of his working life.
We go diving in the Black Forest, awaken sleeping concrete in the Alps and fill in holes under the River Thames. Our tunnel construction teams are real hits.
An X-ray laser that promises revolutionary findings to scientists. A project that is second to none worldwide.
It’s tunnels and bridges we are building here—and a lot more. HOCHTIEF works on progress and conserves traditions.
Hardly any transportation route in Czechia attracts as much attention as the Negrelli Viaduct, one of the oldest transport engineering projects
in the capital Prague.
It probably was the most impressive relocation in the history of humankind—and HOCHTIEF concerted it half a century ago.
Road-building—noisy, dusty, smelly. Diggers, concrete, bitumen. What’s sustainable about that?
Green roofs, the sun or geothermal heat as energy sources, and ventilation systems combined with ecological materials.
The future of construction is digital. Say those who should know: architects, engineers, facility managers, and the German Minister of Transport.
This sphere is a class of its own: 3 meters diameter, weighing more than 20 tons—a total of 8 cubic meters of steel-fiber concrete. HOCHTIEF is building the energy store of tomorrow.
Burst, grilled, frozen and squashed—Our experts push concrete to limits. Innovation the (rock) hard way.
What is it?How does it work?What are the advantages?
For years we have been planning, financing and operating public-sector infrastructure projects—worldwide.