The medium-sized civil engineering company Otto Schröder has been around for 74 years. Around 170 construction machines and equipment units up to 25 tons are in use at the locations in Schneverdingen and Wittstock. The compaction machines are almost exclusively Wacker Neuson products and recently the mobile excavators 9503 and 6503 are also in use.
The excavator 803 dual power is in use on the Kocher viaduct on the BAB A6. LEONHARD WEISS has been commissioned with the execution of the reconstruction work. The mini-excavator can fully deploy its advantages with emission-free work in confined spaces on this construction site.
Parts of the new 6-lane freeway Ankara - Pozant pass through the Taurus Mountains. In order to protect drivers from debris flows and rock falls the unstable slopes are secured with steel wire mesh walls, which are anchored deep into the rock face with the help of Wacker Neuson's rotary hammers.
The managers depend on Wacker Neuson machines during the renovation of the Lower Austrian Rogendorf Castle. The Rogendorf Castle is picturesquely located in Lower Austria's Waldviertel. The former moated castle was built in the 13th century. Since November 2015, the company Mayr Bau has been comprehensively renovating it for the national exhibition next year. Wacker Neuson machines are being used in the renovation.
The construction site on the A4 highway near Vienna is currently one of the largest in Austria. Especially near the Vienna airport, the eastern highway is particularly frequented with around 65,000 vehicles daily and growing.
The company Matthäus Schmid Bauunternehmen near Ulm, Germany is a medium-sized, second generation family-owned company. The company is constantly expanding its machine fleet and in doing so has relied on Wacker Neuson equipment for years. The latest acquisition consists of three DPU 6555Hec vibratory plates with the Compatec compaction control.
The German construction firm Johann Bunte added 13 Wacker Neuson mobile generators to their equipment fleet. With these high-performance and user-friendly machines, the company from Papenburg, Lower Saxony, can be sure of a fast and reliable power supply for its many building projects.
To stay ahead in industry, a construction company has to set itself apart from the competition. Construction company Jakob Bau, based in the German town of Affing near Augsburg, does this by combining rugged performance with flexibility and reliability.