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Construction works inside the new Göweil plant in Rainbach im Mühlkreis are in full swing. Painting plant, sandblasting plant, cranes and conveyor technology are gradually taking shape.
Göweil is a specialist for agricultural machinery in the field of bale wrapping and baling technology and is building a completely new site in Rainbach (Upper Austria). BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the general planning.
Finnish tissue paper manufacturer Metsä Tissue has chosen BHM as general planner for the expansion of its Mariestad mill in Sweden. The plan is to double production capacity from the current 70,000 to 145,000 tons. The new plant is scheduled to be fully operational in 2024.
The project planning phase has been completed by now. Metsä Tissue and BHM will gradually move to the implementation planning phase, starting with construction planning.
"This agreement is an important step forward in our strategic Future Mill programme. We’re pleased to assign BHM to the Mariestad project because of their good reputation and involvement in many projects in the paper and tissue industry over the last decade. We’re looking forward to their expertise and knowledge in this strategically important project,” says Esa Paavolainen, Vice President, Projects, at Metsä Tissue.
Read more here.
A milestone has been reached in Spremberg: Hamburger Rieger GmbH has started up the new paper machine 2. The production team has produced the first parent roll. The fully automatic roll storage is also ready.
BHM INGENIEURE has planned all buildings with the appropriate technology and is responsible for site management.
The PM2 produces white and brown corrugated board base paper based on waste paper. A production volume of 500,000 tons per year is planned.
BHM INGENIEURE is realizing another project with WEPA Group. The company, headquartered in Germany, is one of the three leading hygiene paper manufacturers in Europe and is now increasing its production capacity at its Brindgend site in Wales.
BHM has been commissioned with the overall design for the new tissue paper production line. In addition to the heart of the project, the new PM2 "NEPTUNE" paper machine, this also includes auxiliary equipment such as pulp storage and pulp dissolving facilities as well as pipe bridges and outdoor facilities.
Construction started at the end of September 2020, and the new PM2 is scheduled to go into operation as early as spring 2022. It will produce around 65,000 tons of tissue paper per year.
Special challenges of the project:
In addition, the project must overcome all current difficulties surrounding CoVid-19 and the upcoming Brexit.
BHM has been supporting WEPA in this project since the search for a location, has worked out the strategic and long-term plant layout together with WEPA and has also completed the entire approval process with the authorities.
Smurfit Kappa Nettingsdorf has inaugurated the new energy facilities. The Future Energy Plant is the largest project in the history of the paper mill in Upper Austria.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the submission planning, polishing planning, technical building equipment and fire protection planning.
At a total cost of 134 million euros, the entire energy generation system of the factory was modernized, a new recovery boiler was installed, as well as a new steam storage tank and a new steam turbine. In addition, a number of auxiliary plants were adapted.
In the future, 40,000 tons of CO2 per year can be saved. Almost 100 percent of the heat requirement can be covered by biomass which is produced during pulp production. About 55 percent of the electricity demand can be covered with the new plant.
BHM INGENIEURE has successfully completed the second project with Sofidel Group in the USA. The brand new paper mill in Inola, Oklahoma, has been inaugurated.
On a 240 acres site a plant with two paper machines and 14 converting lines was built – for a total production capacity of 120,000 tons per year.
BHM was part of the project right from the start with site development and provided consulting and design services. Read more about “The Birth of a Paper Mill” in the latest issue of Tissue 360°.
The Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) have opened their new training workshop in Knittelfeld, Styria. 200 young people are in training there for their new jobs.
BHM INGENIEURE provided overall design for the two-story building. On a total area of 5600 m² there are workstations for welding, forging, turning and milling as well as offices, class rooms and meeting rooms.
On the flat roof a photovoltaic system with a power output of 55 kWp has been installed.
UPM, based in Helsinki, is the world's leading manufacturer of graphic papers and supplies a wide product portfolio including magazine, newsprint and fine papers.
The German UPM mill in Dörpen employs 1300 people and has a capacity of approximately 1,235,000 tonnes per year. UPM is now investing there in a new combined cycle power plant. From 2023, it will save ten million euros a year in energy costs and reduce the mill's CO2 emissions by 300,000 tonnes.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall construction planning, including site management. A special focus of the planning is on the most efficient execution of the building structure. This is intended to increase the longevity of the building, while at the same time reducing maintenance costs.
The ground-breaking ceremony for the 95 million euro project took place on August 19, 2020.
In high alpine terrain at over 1,800 meters above sea level, the largest conversion work to date has begun on the Spullersee power plant. The plant in Vorarlberg is almost 100 years old and is used by the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) to generate environmentally friendly traction current.
The costs for the modernization amount to around 31 million euros. The ground-breaking ceremony took place on July 2, 2020. BHM INGENIEURE Linz is responsible in a planning consortium with IGT for submission planning, tendering and implementation planning.
The old penstocks will be replaced by a new, 1,460 meter long, buried steel penstock with a diameter of 1.1 meter. Work is also being carried out on the power plant itself, including the generators and the control system.
A particular challenge of the work is that it has to be carried out in up to 40° steep, inaccessible terrain. When the project is completed in 2022, the power plant will have a capacity of 36 megawatts (MW).
Works on Smurfit Kappa’s new energy plant on the site of the paper mill in Nettingsdorf are progressing well. A little more than a year after construction start plant engineering is in full swing. It shall be completed by the end of the year. The plant is scheduled to go operational in summer 2020.
The core elements of the project are a new recovery boiler and a steam turbine which are set to cut CO² emissions of the paper mill by 40,000 tonnes. Smurfit Kappa has released a video about the transport and installation of the steam reservoir and steam drum.
BHM INGENIEURE provides design services concerning permit and execution as well as technichal equipment and fire protection.
Tissue manufacturer ESSITY has expanded the converting facilities at their site in Mainz-Kostheim. A forth production building has recently been completed.
One of three new machines has already been installed and put into operation to produce Away from Home tissue like paper towels.
BHM INGENIEURE provided overall design for the new building.
Earth and piling works at the construction site of the PM19 at Mondi SCP in Ruzomberok (SVK) are almost completed. More than 1200 piles have to be installed. Works on the foundation have also begun.
In all almost 200,000 m³ of soil have to be carried away. Despite of a tough winter with snow and icy temperatures works are progressing as planned. BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management.
Start-up of the PM19 is expected towards the end of 2020. It has an annual capacity of 300,000 tons and will produce a new containerboard grade (kraft top white) that combines virgin and recycled fibres.
"And suddenly it's there again
– this strange glow in us, around us and about us."
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
This year, our employees are once again making children's eyes glow. The numerous gifts under the BHM Christmas tree fulfill wishes of children from families that don’t have much money to buy presents.
Our office will be closed from December 19 to January 10th due to our christmas holidays. We will be back on January 11th 2021.
The Göweil company, specialized in agricultural machinery, is building a new production site in Rainbach im Mühlkreis, Upper Austria. The official ground-breaking ceremony on June 5th 2020 was delayed due to the corona crisis. Construction works are already in full swing. They started in April.
On an area of approx. 10 acres, a complex including assembly hall, paint shop and product dispatch with 15,000 m² is being built, as well as an office building with 2,100 m².
BHM INGENIEURE Linz has been entrusted with general planning, starting with the site development, including design, preliminary project, submission, tendering and execution, as well as site management for the technical building equipment and all building and ancillary trades.
At the screw manufacturer SWG Waldenburg, which belongs to the Würth Group, finishing works inside the new production hall continue unabated despite CoVid-19, adhering to strict safety measures. The hall has already been accepted and is in full operation. The huge supporting structure is made of wood only (BauBuche) and bridges spans of up to 82 meters with just one pillar in between.
The official acceptance of the administration building and the completion of the outdoor facilities is scheduled for May 2020.
Only recently a detailed project report was published on the website of the Ministry of Rural Areas and Consumer Protection. It can be read here.
BHM INGENIEURE has been commissioned with the structural design of the solid construction, plannng of technical building equipment and outdoor facilities as well as coordination of the specialist planners.
RAUCH will build a new refrigerated warehouse at its site in Rankweil. The mobile shelf with 16 shelving units will increase the storage capacity by 600 pallets.
In the area of raw material handling RAUCH will establish shed roofs to improve the room situation in regards to quality and an employee-friendly working environment.
It’s a particular challenge that the construction work will be carried out during ongoing operations with confined space conditions.
BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management.
The Mondi Group will upgrade its site in Ruzomberok (Slovakia). The PM 19 will produce 300,000 tpy containerboard, called “kraft top white” which is a two-ply-board.
The shell of the PM-building and the reel storage is nearly finished, the floor plate has been concreted, the roof and the facade are mostly completed. The machine assembly started in the stock preparation and the PM-building.
Also the construction work of the office bloc, the sewage treatment plant and the pipeline bridges are progressing.
The start-up of the new containerboard PM 19 is expected in late 2020.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the detail design regarding architecture, structural engineering, building services, external areas and the site supervision.
We are proud to announce that Metsä Tissue has chosen BHM as partner for the pre-engineering study related to the 230 million Eur project at the Mariestad mill in Sweden.
More information you will find in the press release of Metsä Tissue.
On Tuesday 11th February 2020, the ground-breaking ceremony for the modernization and expansion of the power plant of the Palm paper mill in Wörth took place.
The first gas turbine installation worldwide of a completely new generation sets new standards in environmental sustainability. The produced energy will be used for the paper mill, but also will supply the town of Wörth and neighbouring communities with electricity. 110 million euros will be invested in this project.
The new power plant will go into operation at the end of next year.
BHM will be responsible for the tender and detailed design of the boiler house 2, the residual materials storage 2 and the new foundation for the gas turbine.
Arkhbum Tissue Group has released a video from their new integrated tissue mill in Kaluga region. The paper mill is located on a 225,000 m² plot. Phase 1 of the development consists of one paper machine with a capacity of approximately 70,000 tons/year and several converting lines.
BHM INGENIEURE was in charge of the site development & conceptual logistics study, as well as basic design for all buildings and exterior areas. In addition BHM provided the detail design for the TM building and supported the client concerning procurement.
Here is the link to the video.
„The greatest events – these are not our loudest but our most silent hours.“
Merry Christmas and a happy new year! We wish you a peacefull season and all the best for 2020!
Our office will be closed from December 21st to January 6th due to our christmas holidays. We will be back on January 7th 2020.
Agrana‘s 2nd wheat starch plant in Pischelsdorf has been completed. It will be inaugurated on November 25th.
Construction was started in February 2018. Now the plant went operational at the begnning of November. BHM INGENIEURE provided designs for all construction trades.
Agrana invested 100 million Euros to double the production of wheat starch at the site in Lower Austria. The overall capacity for the processing of grain goes up from 820,000 to over a million tons.
Palm Paper has celebrated the inauguration of the new paper sorting plant in King’s Lynn. It went operational after a construction peroid of nine months. BHM INGENIEURE provided overall design.
The 22,5 million Euro plant works fully automatically and seperates mixed paper from various collection points. Fibers suitable for news print are either directly transported to the PM7 – also planned by BHM – or temporarily stored at the storage area of the new plant.
The separated cardboard and corrugated cardboard packaging material is delivered to other paper mills in the United Kingdom and Europe for further recycling.
The new hydroelectric power plant Traunleiten in Upper Austria is almost completed. It shall soon provide green electricity to the 40,000 households of the town Wels.
Parts of the plant were synchronized with the grid on October 9th to produce power for the first time. Regular operation is scheduled for 2020. BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design for this project.
The new plant has a flow rate of 150 m³/sec, twice as much as the old plant which has been dismantled. The annual power output will increase from 54 to 86 Gigawatt hours.
The foundation stone for the new OEBB training workshop in Knittelfeld, Styria, has been laid. BHM INGENIEURE has been given order by the Austrian Federal Railways to provide overall design.
Preliminary works have already started. The construction area for the new two-story building has been prepared. Shell construction of the basement is far advanced.
On a gross floor area of 5,600 m² a modern machine hall with workstations for welding, forging, turning and milling will be built. In addition there will be office and meeting rooms.
The aim is to open the school by fall 2020. In total the OEBB invest 17 million Euros for the new workshop.
The public utilities company Stadtwerke Muenchen has given order to BHM INGENIEURE to provide overall design for three objects for subway maintenance at the workshop „Technische Basis“ in Froettmaning. Partner in this project is the planning consortium FahrKraft.
The order includes the construction of a new outside cleaning system for subway trains and a new parts cleaning system as well as the rebuild of the wastewater treatment plant.
The new hydroelectric power plant Danzermuehl has gone into full regular operation. From now on it will produce 43 gigawatt hours per year which will be used for paper production at the nearby plant of Laakirchen Papier AG.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for overall design and site management.
Pictures taken by a drone show the progress of construction works at the site of Hamburger Rieger’s PM2 in Spremberg. Assembly of the prefabricated elements for paper machine hall and stock preparation is almost completed.
In some areas roof panels are already being set up. Soon assembly of the facades will be started. Also some of the outdoor facilities have been completed, i.e. employee parking and dry well.
BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management for this project.
In a few weeks plant engineering for the paper machine, tanks and equipment of stock preparation as well as outside tanks can start. The construction team is working at full speed to prepare everything for this purpose.
At the Mondi SCP construction site in Ruzomberok, Slovakia, the first prefabricated roof emelents have been set up. Also the mill stand for the new PM19 is taking shape.
Furthermore the foundations for the up to 30 meters high storage chests in the stock preparation and the waste paper storage are currently being built.
BHM INGENIEURE provides overall planing and site management. The PM19 will produce a new containerboard grade (kraft top white) that combines virgin and recycled fibres.
Wood constructions are a significant contribution to climate protection. BHM INGENIEURE is currently part of a exceptional project in Germany where a huge production hall is being built for SWG screw factory in Waldenburg with a supporting structure made of wood only.
The building is 114 meters long and 96 meters wide. The supporting structure has a range of 82 meters with only one pillar in between.
BHM provides design for all supporting structures in massive construction, coordination of all specialist designers, building services / MEP, fire protection and design of outdoor facilities.
The most modern paper manufacturing facility is currently being built in Aalen-Neukochen, Germany, for Papierfabrik Palm. The ground breaking ceremony took place on June 7th 2019, attended by Palm’s CEO Wolfgang Palm as well as representatives from politics, administration and economy.
The centrepiece of this 500 million Euro investment by the family owned company will be the new paper machine PM5. From 2022 on it will produce corrugated base papers for sustainable packaging. The papers will exclusively be made of recycled fibres from waste paper.
BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management for this huge project.
The new, 30 meters long paper machine building will to a large extent „disapear“ visually into a slope. The colors used as well as large windows and a roof covered with greenery will harmoniously integrate the plant into the landscape. The existing factory will be completely dismantled.
One of two Kaplan turbines at the new hydroelectric power plant Danzermuehl in Upper Austria has been synchronized with the grid and has started to produce power. The entire plant on the factory site of Laakirchen Papier AG is scheduled to go operational in June.
BHM INGENIEURE has provided overall design and site management.
The new plant will provide an annual power output of 45 gigawatt hours which more than doubles the performance of the old plant. Two Kaplan turbines have been installed, managing to swallow 120 m³ of water per second. Also two meters have been added to the head by deepening the riverbed in the tailwater.
Smurfit Kappa Nettingsdorf is about to go another big step with their Future Energy Plant project. Shell construction works for the new recovery boiler are almost finished. Plant engineering can start from there.
Besides the boiler which is set to cut CO² emissions of the paper mill by 40,000 tonnes the project will also involve developing a new steam turbine, as well as several extensions and adjustments to upstream and downstream plants.
BHM INGENIEURE provides design services concerning permit and execution as well as technichal equipment and fire protection.
Construction works for delfort group’s new paper mill in Olšany are in full swing. The 150-meter long mill stand is completed. Now prefabricated elements for the buildings are being set up with mobile cranes.
The PM6 at OP papírna will produce thin printing paper. BHM INGENIEURE does overall design and site management for the construction works. In total delfort invests 150 million Euros in the expansion of the plant in the Czech Republic.
Tissue World Milan, the world's largest dedicated tissue industry trade show, will take part in Milan from 25th to 27th March 2019.
We would appreciate to welcome you at our booth E670 in hall 3.
Palm Paper Ltd. is expanding its site in King's Lynn, UK. In addition to the existing paper mill, a fully automatic waste paper sorting plant is currently being built. At the beginning of the year, construction for the buildings with a footprint of approx. 8,000m² began. After completed permit planning BHM INGENIEURE was also commissioned with the entire detail design and construction supervision.
In the fully automatic sorting plant with direct connection to the stock preparation of the paper machine, separately collected mixed waste paper is sorted from various collection points. The sorted deinking raw material is fed directly to the stock preparation process for paper production.
The separated cardboard and corrugated cardboard packaging material will be delivered to other paper mills in the United Kingdom and Europe for further recycling.
Palm Paper Ltd. operates the world's largest newsprint paper mill in King's Lynn. The site is growing steadily. Only in spring 2018 a power plant with a gas and steam turbine (CCGT plant) was put into operation, which supplies the mill with electricity and heat. The overall design services for the power plant were also provided by BHM INGENIEURE.
Things rise up high at the site of the PM2 at Hamburger Rieger in Spremberg, Germany. The first prefabricated elements have been set up. The 26 meter columns made of reinforced concrete make up the framework for the new paper machine hall.
Further civil works will be done for material processing, roll storage and offices among others.
The PM2 will produce white and brown corrugated base papers (testliner). BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management services for this project.
The construction of the 2nd full integrated tissue manufacturing facility from Sofidel America Corp. in Inola/Oklahoma is progressing well. BHM INGENIEURE is acting in this project as owner´s engineer as well as lead of owner’s construction management team.
The construction volume is comprised of approx. 1,800,000 sqft of buildings on a 216 acres site. Projected completion is mid-2020.
Laakirchen Papier AG will expand their paper mill in Upper Austria. They have given order to BHM INGENIEURE for general design of a larger automatic roll storage.
Laakirchen Papier belongs to the Heinzel group and specializes in the production of supercalendered paper for magazines or advertising material as well as light weight containerboard.
BHM INGENIEURE has been awarded with another contract by Suedzucker AG. Europe’s Number 1 in sugar production will expand the facilities for loading glucose at their site in Zeitz. BHM will do the general design.
Besides the sugar production Suedzucker is also running a wheat starch factory in Zeitz that was designed by BHM, as well as a bioethanol plant and a CO2 liquefaction plant.
We wish you a wonderful and prosperous holiday,
and also some time to relax and gather strength for a successfull 2019!
Merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Our office will be closed from December 22nd to January 6th due to our christmas holidays.
We will be back on January 7th 2019.
Hungarian tissue manufacturer Vajda Papir Kft. celebrated the inauguration of its first fully integrated tissue mill in Dunafoldvar / Hungary on Friday November 9th, 2018.
The project, which is currently the most modern of its kind in Hungary, contains a tissue machine with an annual capacity of up to 40,000 tons and several converting lines. The plot with approximately 180,000m² allows for a future expansion of the plant.
BHM INGENIEURE provided the following services:
- Site Development Plan
- Basic Design for all buildings and site civil works
- Detail Design for Tissue Machine Building
- Preparation of Bill of Quantity for TM building
- Dynamic Analysis for Tissue Machine Foundations
- Consulting Services
Learn more about Vajda Papir and the project in this video.
After preparations were completed the construction phase for the PM2 at Hamburger Rieger in Spremberg has started. BHM INGENIEURE provides overall design and site management services.
The PM2 will produce white and brown corrugated base papers (testliner) based on 100% recycled paper. With a width of 7.80 metres, the machine has a capacity of 500,000 tons per year. Commissioning of the new plant is scheduled for summer 2020.
Arkhbum Tissue Group LLC (ATG) is currently constructing the most modern Tissue manufacturing facility in Russia at the industrial park “Vorsino” located in Kaluga region. The plant is a fully integrated tissue mill and will have in phase 1 a tissue machine with an annual capacity of 70,000 tons and several converting lines. The start-up is scheduled for 2019.
The 224.000 m² plot owned by ATG allows for doubling at minimum the capacity of the plant for future phases. BHM INGENIEURE performed the following services:
- Site Development Plan
- Basic Design for all buildings and site civil works
- Detail Design for Tissue Machine Building
- Preparation of RFP documents for construction
- Dynamic Analysis for tissue machine foundation
- Consulting services
Mondi Syktyvkar (RUS) builds two new pulp tanks at their pulp and paper facility. They have awarded a contract to BHM INGENIEURE for the civil engineering of the tanks‘ foundation. The tanks have a capacity of 10,000 and 6,000 cubic meters and a height of 51 and 41 meters.
Pile construction and concrete works were carried out during Russian winter from December to March. Just for the bigger tank the foundation has to support up to 10.800 tons. It’s thickness is 3 meters and it is supported by 90 piles of 20 meters length.
SOFIDEL GROUP inaugurated their first greenfield tissue manufacturing facility in the USA, in Circleville, Ohio, on October 3rd 2018. It´s the largest, most modern and most sustainable to date integrated tissue mill of the Sofidel Group including two tissue machines with an annual production capacity of 140,000 tons.
BHM INGENIERURE was responsible for project management, design and tendering of construction works, building services and infrastructure.
The buildings of the plant have a total footprint of approximately 1.6 million square feet (150,000 m²) equipped with the latest technology concerning tissue paper production, converting and logistics. The plot has a size of 280 acres.
The period from start of building construction until start-up of the full plant was 24 months only.
Sofidel is currently building another greenfield facility in Inola, Oklahoma, that has an annual capacity of approximately 120,000 tons. BHM provides consulting, design and site management services.
Read more here.
InnoTrans 2018, the international trade fair for transport technology, innovative compontens, vehicles and systems will take part in Berlin from 18th to 21st September 2018.
We would appreciate to welcome you at our booth 310 in hall 21.
BHM INGENIEURE has gone into the final round of their project for the SBB Swiss Federal Railways in Olten, 30 minutes out of Basel. Trains have already been moved into the new maintenance facility for commissioning. Now SBB can do maintenance on multiple rail cars simultaneously on three rail tracks of 500 feet each in this workshop. That results in an impressive increase of efficiency.
BHM is in charge of the overall design. Construction works were carried out during full operation of the adjacent Olten facilities.
A picture showing the progress of mass earth works on the construction site in Inola, Oklahoma (USA), in May 2018 reveals the scale of the project.
BHM INGENIEURE supports the Sofidel Group with consulting, design and site management services in the construction of a full integrated tissue manufacturing facility that has an annual capacity of approximately 120,000 metric tons. The plot has a size of 240 acres.
In March 2018, Hamburger Rieger GmbH has started the scheduled construction of its second paper machine at its Spremberg location.
BHM is responsible for the overall planning and design and site management services.
Click here for the press release of Hamburger Containerboard.
BHM INGENIEURE received order for design- and consulting services from Sofidel Group for their 2nd greenfield tissue project in USA.
The Sofidel Group announced on March 16th, 2018 a $ 360 million capital investment for their 2nd fully integrated greenfield tissue paper manufacturing facility in Inola / Rogers County / Oklahoma. The plant will have a production capacity of 120,000 metric tons of tissue paper. The plot is approx. 240 acres. The footprint of all buildings will be approx. 1.8 million-square-feed (180,000 m²). The plant is expected to be operational by 2020.
BHM INGENIEURE performed already design- and consulting services for the Sofidel Group concerning their first greenfield tissue mill project in Circleville / Ohio, as well as for several other projects in Europe.
BHM INGENIEURE is proud that the Sofidel Group decided to continue the cooperation with BHM INGENIEURE also in this new lare scale project.
BHM INGENIEURE is an Austrian based engineering and consulting firm specialised in developing and designing paper mills, complex industrial plants and manufacturing facilities.
BHM INGENIEURE provides project management, procurement support, architectural design, structural design, civil work design, dynamic analysis, MEP engineering, fire-protection engineering, intra logistic studies and construct management services.
The ground breaking ceremony took place on Friday, March 16th, 2018, at Public Service Company of Oklahoma's Inola River Rail Industrial Site. Among the attendees were Governor Mary Fallin and CEO Sofidel Group Luigi Lazzareschi, as well as representatives from PSO, the Tulsa Regional Chamber, Rogers County and the City of Inola.
We wish you a reflective and restful Christmas season
and health, happiness and success in the New Year 2018!
Our office will be closed from 23.12.2017 to 07.01.2018 due to our christmas holidays.
We will be back on 08.01.2018.
Dunapack is investing in the expansion of the warehouse at their existing site.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall planning and design.
Click here for the article “Fibers in Process”.
Smurfit Kappa is expanding its energy supply at its site in Nettingsdorf.
In the framework of the FEP project (Future Energy Plant) a liquor recovery boiler with steam turbine are being built.
The plant will become operational in 2020/22.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for overall planning and design including technical building, fire protection and site supervision services.
Click here for the press release!
Vajda Papir Kft. establishes a new production site in Dunaföldvár.
The factory comprises a waste paper and chemical pulp deposit, as well as a paper machine with a capacity of 30−35,000 t/a.
It accommodates stock preparation, jumbo roll storage, converting hall and warehouse.
Construction started in May 2017. The first paper will be produced during the first quarter of 2018.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the master planning as well as the detailed and the construction design of the TM hall.
KPB is making structural alterations to PM2 at the site in St. Petersburg.
BHM INGENIEURE was entrusted with different preliminary tasks and will be responsible for the civil engineering and site supervision services of this project.
WEPA is further expanding its production facilities at its Polish site in Piechowice.
The newest TISSUE line includes a waste paper and chemical pulp depot, a paper machine hall with integrated stock preparation, a paper machine with a capacity of 30−35,000 t/a, a jumbo roll storage as well as the corresponding outdoor facilities.
The first paper was on put on reel in early February 2017 − congratulations!
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the overall construction planning and design, that is to say project management and all the technical planning and design services including site supervision.
The load-bearing structure and building shell of the production facilities have been finished off to a large extent. The assembly of the overhead crane was carried out successfully.
All in all, the project is developing well.
You can find a report and impressive photographs at Olteneinfach.ch.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the site development and layout planning and for the detailed and construction design of the PM foundation.
For all the other planning and construction matters, BHM INGENIEURE provided technical consultancy services.
Start-up is scheduled for 2018.
The project comprises a 2.80 m broad tissue machine.
The services provided by BHM INGENIEURE included site development, overall layout as well as detail and construction design for the PM hall.
This low-cast-project was launched in spring 2017.
For the fourth time, BHM INGENIEURE will be at the TECONOMY career fair at TU Graz. Visit us on May 4, 2017 at tent number 2, booth 77!
We look forward to interesting talks with you!
At the following further career fairs, we are happy to inform you personally about job opportunities at BHM INGENIEURE.
BHM INGENIEURE was represented at Tissue World trade fair in Milan from 10 to 12 April 2016.
The international trade fair, focused on the tissue industry provides a venue and platform for trade professionals from all across the globe.
The next Tissue World in Milan will take place from 25 to 27 March 2019.
Vorarlberg Milch processes milk supplied by some 500 farmers at its location in Feldkirch/Gisingen. The positive development requires an expansion of the production area and storage capacities.
Among other measures, the project comprises the expansion of the cheese cellar, the installation of a new rack-supported storage system as well as the development of a new concept and the expansion of the cheese packaging facility.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for all civil engineering services. This includes building, technical building services, fire protection engineering and infrastructure services.
BHM INGENIEURE supports the parent company Delfort by providing consultancy and design services.
The expansion of the site in Hungary includes a PM hall for rotary cutters as well as a wastewater treatment plant.
In its role as Owner’s Engineer, BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for all engineering matters.
Palm invests in combined cycle gas turbines at its production site in King’s Lynn in the southeast of Great Britain.
The generation of their own steam and power is aimed at optimising the paper production. The plant is scheduled to enter into operation in spring 2018.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall planning and design and site supervision services.
The Rellswerk plant, which is designed as a pumped storage plant, uses the discharge and energy of the upper Rellsbach River in the Luenerseewerk plant.
The plant operator Obere Ill-Luenersee of Vorarlberger Illwerke thereby implemented another optimisation measure. The machine group has a pumping capacity of 15 MW and a turbine bottleneck capacity of 12 MW.
The powerhouse is located in a red zone and is completely underground.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for civil, building, fire protection and mechanical engineering services.
ZEK-Hydro released an article about the Rellswerk plant in their February newsletter.
A system malfunction at cutter 2 resulted in a fire that had significant impact on the building.
BHM INGENIEURE immediately carried out an analysis on site and assessed the damage. Rehabilitation measures were planned and organised to be implemented based on the results of the analysis.
Within a few weeks only, the roof trusses were exchanged, 1,200 m2 of roof were reinstalled and the crane track and the indoor crane were exchanged. The works were carried out during operation of the plant.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for planning and implementing the rehabilitation measures.
At their locations in Lenzing and Heiligenkreuz an ambitious investment program is currently being implemented.
In line with the group strategy, existing pants will be upgraded for increased capacities.
BHM INGENIEURE was awarded a contract as general consultant for the construction works.
PM 1 will be converted and expanded to allow for the desired increase in speed. The new requirements must be supported and covered by the existing machine foundations.
Based on vibration measurements carried out at the foundation segments concerned, BHM INGENIEURE conducted structural analyses and corresponding vibration calculations (dynamics).
The required construction measures were carried out in close coordination with the persons responsible for the general plant construction before as well as during the downtime of the machine.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for all measurements on site, for finding solutions and workable implementation including construction supervision.
We wish you a reflective and restful Christmas season and health, happiness and success in the New Year 2017.
Schoellerhammer constructed a new product line at its Dueren site, consisting of waste paper storage, stock preparation, PM hall with administrations building, reel storage and shipping station.
The project is complemented by the construction of a new access road to the plant as well as a wastewater plant.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the overall design services regarding building, building technology, fire protection and outdoor facilities/infrastructure services.
The implementation in compliance with the contract was secured by the site supervision services carried out by BHM.
Schoellerhammer broadcasted a video about the construction progress on its website.
The use of electric busses is being tested in the city of Graz. In case of a positive outcome, the buses are scheduled to enter into regular service in the course of 2017.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall design of the quick charge stations including site supervision services.
With some 8,000 employees, the Röchling-Gruppe generates a yearly turnover of 1.7 billion euros.
At the Oepping site in Upper Austria, the plastic company Röchling Leripa Papertech places a major focus on paper, agriculture and water. With a expansion of the plant by 4,800 m2, new opportunities were created for research, development and innovation.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the overall planning and design of the entire design chain, from conceptional design to site supervision and handover.
Due to the massive increase in the amount of ecological flow required to be discharged into the Enns River bed, the extension of the Thurnsdorf weir became necessary.
BHM INGENIEURE Linz was responsible for the design services.
The construction of the intake structure for the powerhouse whilst impounding approx. 3 million m3 water in the Thaling dam turned out to be a particular challenge.
An article on this topic was published in the October edition of zekHYDRO. For more information, please follow this link.
The expansion will include the extension of PM 11 and the construction of a new recycling paper store as well as a new stock preparation plant.
Existing buildings and infrastructure will be expanded as part of the project.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall building design, including site supervision.
SBB upgrades and expands its site in Olten. The new construction comprises a new workshop hall including three tracks with a total lengh of approx. 200 m.
The project will be implemented without interrupting operation.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the civil and mechanical engineering design.
The Heinzel Group invests EUR 100 million in the expansion and conversion of its paper mill site in Laakirchen.
PM10 will be converted to produce lightweight corrugated base paper based on recycling paper, for the Group to remain competitive.
The production of supercalendered paper for magazines and catalogues is planned to be expanded to 800,000 tons.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the building design.
InnoTrans 2016, the international trade fair for transport technology, innovative compontens, vehicles and systems will take part in Berlin from 20th to 23rd September 2016.
We would appreciate to welcome you at our booth 310 in hall 21b.
Delfort develops new paper solutions for its clients. To this end, the company will expand its Traun site.
BHM is responsible for the overall building design.
The regional newspaper OÖ Nachrichten reported on this new development in its edition dated 19 August 2016.
On July 11, 2016 Sofidel Group, one of the word's leading manufactures of tissue paper for hygiene and domestic use, broke ground on its new 1.95 million-square-foot facility in Circleville, Ohio. The Circleville facility will be Sofidel's sixth manufacutring site in the U.S. and the company's first U.S. greenfield project.
"Today, we celebrate the commencement of construction of the first Sofidel integrated paper mill to be built from the ground up in the United States", said Sofidel CEO Luigi Lazzareschi. "It's goint to be a very big project for us".
US President Barack Obama himself recently mentioned this project at SelectUSA Summit in Washington D.C.: "... that wil create hundreds of jobs in a part of american Midwest that needs them. It will be the largest private sector investment in Circleville in decades ..."
BHM ENGINEERING & CONSULTING is responsible for project management, design and tendering of construction works, building, building services and infrastructure.
The Circleville plant is expected to become operational by 2018.
For the third time already, BHM INGENIEURE was represented at the career fair at Graz University of Technology, engaging in interesting conversations with lots of students, most of whom were prospective engineers. We were especially delighted to welcome some of our interns at the BHM stand.
“Chancenland Vorarlberg” had invited us to join a network meeting for engineering students from Vorarlberg, held at the Gösser Bräu restaurant on the eve of the fair. Together with ten other company representatives and the organisers of Wirtschafts-Standort Vorarlberg (WISTO), we had plenty of opportunities to network with students from Vorarlberg in a relaxed atmosphere.
We will also be represented at the following career fairs taking place this year, where we will be happy to personally inform you on job opportunities within BHM INGENIEURE:
24 May 2016: Bauforum at Rankweil HTL (Secondary Technical and Vocational School)
8 November 2016: Vienna Network Meeting
9 November 2016: Teconomy in the Freihaus building at Vienna University of Technology
17 November 2016: BIT-BAU at Graz University of Technology
22 December 2016: Bregenz Network Meeting
The Heiterwang power plant is a pumped storage plant in the Ausserfern region of the Tyrol, operated by Elektrizitätswerke Reutte (EWR). The plant, which was first put into operation in 1977, is fed from an upper reservoir with a storage capacity of approx. 1.3 million m3 of water, the Rotlech reservoir.
In the framework of upgrading the dam to meet state-of-the-art standards in accordance with the requirements of the Austrian Committee for Storage Reservoirs, the dam was equipped with a second bottom outlet gate.
BHM INGENIEURE was assigned to provide the respective engineering services.
A newspaper article published in the zeKHYDRO journal can be found here.
BHM INGENIEURE performs the permit application design for the RENIL project of Heinzel Paper at the Laakirchen location.
The new converting pant of Swedish Tissue was successfully put into operation and is today the most automated production site of the Sofidel Group.
BHM was responsible for the overall planning and design including site supervision for the expansion of the Swedish plant in Kisa.
For details, please refer to press release of Sofidel.
Zementwerk Hatschek - a company of the Rohrdorfer Group - modernise the plant in Gmunden.
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the permit application design.
The Italian Sofidel Group is establishing a new tissue production plant in Circleville (US State of Ohio). The factory ground will comprise 1.3 million m2. The plant is expected to enter into production in 2017.
BHM was entrusted with the overall planning and design for this greenfield project.
Hirschmann Automotive is expanding its plant in Kenitra (Morocco).
BHM INGENIEURE is responsible for the overall planning and design including site supervision.
The WEPA Group is investing in the expansion of the Piechowice site in Poland. The new tissue paper machine has an overall capacity of 32,000 t/a.
BHM INGENIEURE was commissioned with the civil engineering services for the new buildings.
With FOODBOARD, Mayr-Melnhof Karton has developed a new, high-quality coated recycled board suited for safe use in primary food packaging. The production required a complete adaptation of the coating section of board machine 3, reinforcement of the foundations and the construction of various ancillary facilities in the Frohnleiten plant.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the civil design of the adaption of the board machine (drying/processing), the industrial siding and the outdoor installations.
The new Rothleiten power plant at the Mur River is a replacement construction for the diversion power plant put into operation in 1925, which, with regard to its weir and electromechanical equipment, had reached the end of its life cycle. The new station was completed within a construction period of 1.5 only and generates four times as much electricity.
BHM was responsible for the overall planning and design including site supervision.
A newspaper article published in the zeKHYDRO journal can be found here.
BHM INGENIEURE was responsible for the permit application design, tender design and site supervision for the LIDL greenfield project, south of Graz.
The most modern and sustainable LIDL logistics centre in Europe was awarded a Pre-Certificate in Gold by the Austrian Sustainable Building Council (ÖGNI) and supplies approximately 60 branches in Styria, Carinthia and the south of Burgenland.
Commercial register at the regional court of Feldkirch
Company registration number: FN67819i
Value Added Tax Identification Number: ATU36621606
Senior management: Alfred Hassler, Johannes Monz
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