Elevator Planning in High-Rise-Buildings

There are more than 450 high-rise buildings in Frankfurt am Main according to Phorio. The construction of high-rise buildings is not a special discipline in Germany, as the legally defined high-rise limit is only 22 meters. While lower skyscrapers make do with standard elevator models, skyscrapers use special high-performance elevators. Such optimized elevators for high-rise

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Schindler’s High-performance Elevators in the Omni Tower

The Omni Tower in Frankfurt's banking district, which will be completed in 2019, is equipped with state-of-the-art elevator technology. The Schindler company has installed 11 high-performance 5500 and 7000 series elevators here and is also responsible for the Schindler-PORT elevator and access control system. This system also enables the number of people in the building

The Docks

The Docks is an ensemble of buildings designed by Meixner Schlüter Wendt in the East Port of Frankfurt am Main and was inspired by the overseas containers in the cargo port opposite. It is located not far from Hanauer Landstraße and within walking distance of the European Central Bank and Hafenpark Quartier. The project developer

Schindler’s fastest Elevators

Schindler is the largest elevator manufacturer in Germany and has equipped some of the tallest high-rise buildings in Frankfurt with its elevators. Various models are used in the process. The height of the building in particular determines which elevator is most suitable. Passenger elevators are faster than freight elevators and are designed for higher buildings,

An Elevator that grows with the High-Rise Building? That’s possible!

Elevators are of fundamental importance for high-rise buildings not only in their finished state but also during the construction process. The elevator manufacturer Schindler Aufzüge has developed a special solution for this with the Climb Lift. The Climb lifts people and materials upwards during the construction process and grows step by step with the high-rise

Ed. Züblin AG

Züblin is a construction company based in Stuttgart. It was founded in 1898 by the Swiss engineer Eduard Züblin and is now the number 1 in German building and civil engineering. It is a member of the globally active STRABAG SE. The company currently comprises around 14,000 employees and is characterized above all by intelligent