How 5D software was used to create SK Rapid’s Allianz Stadium


With a tight construction schedule of just 17 months, Allianz Stadium in Vienna, the new home of soccer side SK Rapid, was built using the latest in engineering software technology. This video reveals the levels of intricate details involved.

Acting as a showcase for modern prefabricated construction, company Oberndorfer utilized the integrated 5D software PLANBAR to plan the hollow walls, filigree slabs and hollow core slabs during the construction.

To successfully pull-off the project, the precast elements were fully reliant on the CAD program. As a result more than 880 platform elements with a length of 10.5 meters and a weight of 12.5 tons, up to 18 meters high columns and other special precast part elements were manufactured.

Check out the impressive modeling technology in action.



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