the second half of the 20th century the demands of facades’ stability,
especially with regard to their weather resistance, have increased
dramatically. A large number of older facades (e.g. brick faces with
black steel anchors) with poorly weather-proofed bracing are potentially
at risk of collapse.
Increased demands of the heat insulation of facades and changing desires in architectural design have likewise lead to the development of many new facade structures, partially generating lofty demands of the work being done. The necessary production quality is not always achieved, in turn jeopardising the stability of the facades.
Our years of experience in developing facades, as well as our appraisal of existing facades, give us the state-of-the-art ability to assess the stability and traffic safety of existing facades.