—The Business Branches of Waagner-Biro.
With its steel and glass technology, Waagner-Biro is at the heart of bold architectural visions, impressive contemporary architecture and the creation of widely acclaimed landmarks.
For almost 160 years, Waagner-Biro has been building bridges. During this time, the company has built over 4,000 bridges in many parts of the world.
"We let others take the applause" is one of Waagner-Biro Stage Systems' most important principles one of the world's largest suppliers of stage equipment.
One of Waagner-Biro's fields of expertise is special machinery, a business area delivered exclusively by the wholly owned subsidiary Qualter, Hall & Co Ltd.
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The free-form surface of the Cour Visconti in the Louvre in Paris seems nothing short of fantastic.
The Capital Gate is already regarded as a new architectural landmark - especially in the Middle East -, a milestone of engineering.
The elliptical space in plan is an all-weather gathering place, the social centre of the building complex.
Outside the shell-like form done by our Steel-Glass-Structure division, inside the perfect acoustics of Waagner-Biro’s Stage Systems.
The most energy friendly office building in the United Kingdom.
The Vienna State Opera is among the most remarkable opera houses in Europe.
On the Indonesian Belitung island Waagner Biro planned a truss bridge that was built as a continuous beam with three spans.
An impressive example of a geometric design whose shape defies any attempt at categorization.
The Copenhagen Opera was constructed as a new opera house in a new building, a rarity on the European continent.
The bridge reflects the maritime heritage of the city, which is why its shape is reminiscent of a whale.
One piece in the plan to establish Bialystok as the commercial, intellectual and cultural hub of the region.
The Calaba Bridge in the Philippines is currently the longest Modular Bridge ever constructed by Waagner-Biro.