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Mausoleum Michniów, Poland

Mausoleum Michniów - The museum shape symbolizes a traditional village hut, which gradually crumbles into dust. Numerous offsets and inclined surfaces characterize the complex structure. PERI engineers developed a customized formwork concept in order to carry out the project with a minimum quantity of special formwork.
Mausoleum Michniów - MULTIPROP towers and rentable VARIOKIT system components form the up to 14.75 m high shoring.
Mausoleum Michniów - The tilting walls are formed using TRIO large sized elements – supported by diagonal bracing.
Mausoleum Michniów - The distinctive timber like texture was achieved with an unconventional method. It was plastered with the use of stencil rollers. The good quality of concrete surface resulting from the use of TRIO panels was of major importance.
Mausoleum Michniów - PERI engineers planned the implementation of the special architecture with a customized formwork solution. Numerous offsets and inclined surfaces characterize the complex structure as well as thick sandwich walls and slabs.

Project data

Location: Michniów, Poland

  • Building concept which symbolizes a traditional village hut that loses its original form and crumbles into dust over time
  • Special architecture with numerous offsets and inclinations in the walls and roof

Architect: Mirosław Nizio, Nizio Design International, Warszawa, Poland

Requirements

  • Varying roof inclinations and transfer of high loads in heights of up to 15 m
  • Sandwich walls with thicknesses between 80 cm and 150 cm, steeply inclined in part
  • Concrete roof with a thickness of 80 cm and with an inclination from 40° to 50°
  • Good concrete surface quality (without architectural concrete requirements)

Customer

Firma Budowlana „Anna Bud“ Sp. z o.o.

Bilcza, Morawica, Poland

Customer's benefit

  • Cost-effective solution for forming the complex architecture
  • Just-in-time delivery of materials
  • High-quality solution and good concrete surface results
  • Efficient working operations with PERI system formwork
  • Fast solutions through permanent on-site support provided by the PERI project manager
Statement Mausoleum Michniów - Rafał Adamski, Project Manager
Rafał Adamski
Project Manager

Thanks to the professional collaboration and technical support from PERI which was already provided in the planning phase, the building could be formed and concreted quickly and easily in spite of its complex design.

PERI solution

  • Customized formwork concept
  • Use of special formwork reduced to an absolute minimum
  • Construction of the steeply inclined sandwich walls by means of TRIO panel formwork
  • Complex shoring consisting of MULTIPROP shoring towers and VARIOKIT system components, easily adaptable to suit the variable heights of the roof surfaces