ThyssenKrupp Quarter, Essen, Germany, 2011
It was Europe’s biggest house moving when ThyssenKrupp relocated its headquarters to Essen (Germany) last summer. Dominant centre of the new headoffice is the Q1 building, forming an impressive landmark in its distinctive shape of a cube. All the buildings on the campus are based on an overriding design framework, the shell-core principle.
Rheinhallen (RTL Studios), Cologne, Germany, 2011
It’s a building of superlatives: the biggest building site in Germany while under construction, one of the largest office complexes all over Europe and the biggest one in Germany, measured by its gross floor area of 160,000 square meters. And Europe’s biggest private TV station has moved in, the RTL media group....
School District of Decatur Township, Indianapolis, USA, 2011
The Decatur Intermediate Learning Center and local district Sports Center, located in the Decatur Township, Indiana USA, faced a situation common to many modern schools with a building having multiple use requirements throughout the week for regular and extracurricular activities. To maximize energy savings on equipment usage the ability to schedule occupancy properly has become a must.
Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands, 2011
One of the most attractive museums in the Netherlands is the Kröller-Müller Museum near Otterlo. Situated in the center of the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, it exhibits the world’s second largest collection of Van Gogh paintings.
R+V Insurance, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2010
R+V insurance is one of the largest insurance groups in Germany. 2010, at the companies site in Wiesbaden (Germany) the room automation of the representation floor and the company canteen as well as the control technology for central ventilation and refrigerating systems were renewed.
RWE Supply & Trading, Essen, Germany, 2010
Being a subsidiary of RWE AG, RWE Supply & Trading GmbH is one of the leading companies in European energy trading. RWE Supply & Trading takes the responsibility of a gas procurement volume of nearly 50 billion cubic metres per year and is responsible for all of RWE’s activities on the international procurement and wholesale markets for energy.
Parkway Atrium Building, Herndon, Virginia, USA, 2010
The Parkway Atrium Building is a 23 year old four story 184,000 sqft Class B office building located in the suburbs of Washington DC. The building was constructed as a spec building and has been through numerous small changes and a major renovation in 2004. In 2006 a new management of the building began to identify and implement energy conservation methods.
Dallas Cowboys Football Stadium, Arlington/Texas, USA, 2009
It is the most spectacular stadium in the world, an architecturally-significant and technologically advanced sports venue. The 3 million-square-foot stadium has an approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. As the largest NFL venue ever built, the new stadium boasts the most spectacular column-free room in the world, stretching a quarter-mile in length.
Governor Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Albany, USA, 2009
The Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza (commonly known as the Empire State Plaza or less formal as The South Mall) is a complex of several state buildings in downtown Albany, New York State.
Il sole 24 ore - Head Office, Milan, Italy
With the head office of Italy’s leading financial journal ‘Il sole 24 ore’, a building complex with more than 1,200 office and conference rooms and a surface area of 48,000 m² arose.
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW), Stuttgart, Germany, 2009
The building of the ‘Landesbank Baden-Württemberg LBBW’ with a surface area of 58,000 m² is located 300 meters away from the central station of Stuttgart, Germany. The most important goal was to create a comfortable room climate for the employees and at the same time keep the operating costs low.
Largest-ever cruise ship 'Oasis of the Seas', 2009
For the largest-ever cruise ship 'Oasis of the Seas', LOYTEC’s L-IP Redundant CEA-709/IP router was chosen to set up an IP-852 (Ethernet/IP) channel as a backbone for high speed communication.
Sparkasse Ingolstadt, Germany
After a two-year construction period in the center of the upper-Bavarian Danube city the head office of the Sparkasse Ingolstadt was inaugurated. The building automation system is based on infrastructure components from LOYTEC.
International Horticultural Exposition Shenyang, China
For HVAC and streetlight control at the International Horticultural Exposition 2006, located in Shenyang, China, LOYTEC tools and infrastructure components were used.
Wangjing International Commercial Center, Beijing, China
The Wangjing International Commercial Center, approximately 120,000 square meters, is located in the famous Wangjing area, which is the largest modern residential area of Beijing, China.
China Reinsurance Office Building, Beijing, China
The China Reinsurance office building is near the famous Financial Street in Beijing, China. The building automation system is designed to use LOYTEC components.
Ernst & Young Headquarters Sydney, Australia
New high-rise Ernst & Young Center in Sydney, Australia comprises the main tower of 44 levels offering minimum A grade quality accommodation. The building benefits from a central core with full height double glazed windows, allowing excellent natural light and views from the upper levels to all elevations.
Junghof Plaza, Frankfurt, Germany
In the heart of Frankfurt's banking area, in Junghofstraße, a sophisticated office building called Junghof Plaza with eight upper floors and an office area of approximately 35,000 m2 has been constructed.