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Sölden Cemetery

Austria

Using Doka formwork, contractors Hilti & Jehle achieved superb fair-faced concrete on this project to remodel the church forecourt and extend the cemetery in the Austrian town of Sölden. Planned by architect Raimund Rainer and commissioned by the local authority, the project was implemented to the client's complete satisfaction.

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Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery
Sölden Cemetery

Project data

Year of completion
2005
Project duration
10 Months
Country
Austria
Town or city
Sölden
Contractors
Hilti & Jehle, Ried
Structure
Religious building
Type of structure
Fair-faced concrete
Architect
Rainer Raimund, Innsbruck

Wall

Construction method
Fair-faced concrete
Number of storeys
1
Structure height
7 m
Height of casting sections
7 m
Length of concreting section
6.17 m
Number of casting sections
6
Form-facing
Dokaplex formwork sheet
Form-tie pattern
Stipulated by architect
Type of edge
Sharp edge