Interdisciplinary supervision of project-specific (partial) tasks
Based on our many years of experience in the industry, we act as consultants in the various sub-areas of our expertise. With our interdisciplinary project team, we supervise construction projects in a goal-oriented manner and eliminate planning uncertainties. In doing so, we distinguish ourselves by providing independent consulting on the way to project realisation and fulfil complex requirements in the areas of architecture, structural engineering, engineering and design.
Our services in the field of architecture relate to convertible or fixed lightweight structures, movable domes or extraordinary building constructions.
Furthermore, SL Rasch offers its engineering services in the fields of lightweight construction, building construction, wind engineering and special structures. Our engineers develop, calibrate and validate highly precise computational models that show both the behaviour of the structural system and the loads acting on it. The use of internally developed CFD tools and crowd management simulations with our in-house developed software solution PEDflow allow us to efficiently test and optimise virtual prototypes.
Our design methodology is shaped by our many years of experience in dealing with historic architectural contexts, but also contemporary lightweight architecture. The development, planning and design of a wide variety of structures and objects, as well as the combination of traditional artisanal techniques with state-of-the-art technologies, are among SL Rasch's core competencies. In both historical and modern contexts we are able to develop contemporary design concepts.
Our work can cover individual sub-areas or all areas of our expertise. Often, the transitions between the areas are fluid, which brings clients not only time but also organisational advantages. It is always our goal to optimise processes and the use of materials in accordance with the respective construction project.
For the sliding domes in Medina, SL Rasch has taken on the architecture as well as the structural engineering and design.
Dome with hand-carved ornaments