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European Steel Design Awards: a win for Haslinger Stahlbau


Haslinger Stahlbau has won its first European Steel Design Award for its Sartorius AG project.

Built for the leading international laboratory and pharmaceutical supplier Sartorius, Production Hall 13 is a unique architectural achievement. The building, located in Göttingen, Germany, took a year to complete and required some 1,925 tons of steel. The project has now gone on to win the European Steel Design Award 2017 for its well thought-out, detailed solutions and its sustainable and economic use of steel.

The European Steel Design Awards are bestowed biennially by the European Convention for Constructional Steelwork (ECCS) to honour selected steel construction projects for their architecture, sustainability and economic efficiency. No fewer than 11 buildings were singled out for praise by the international jury in 2017, including the Burj Al Arab Terrace in Dubai and the Stade Matmut Atlantique football stadium in Bordeaux. In early 2017 Haslinger’s building had also won the German Steel Construction Association’s engineering prize.

Four out of every five of Haslinger Stahlbau’s projects are completed overseas, including a multi-function sports arena in the Uzbek capital Tashkent, the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in the HafenCity quarter of Hamburg and a new production hall for the watchmakers IWC in Switzerland.

Haslinger employs some 450 staff at 5 locations in Austria, Germany and Hungary, and processes some 40,000 tons of steel per year for use in large-scale construction and architectural projects commissioned by numerous international clients. The company’s export ratio is 83%.