New BEMO metal roof for main station Salzburg
With up to 25,000 passengers a day, Salzburg's main train station is the largest train station in Austria and is the most important transport hub in Salzburg.
The new Salzburg train station connects the two parts of the city’s suburbs. The modern and challenging canopy design called for BEMO-MONRO standing seam roofing.
The Austro- German team of architects planned 2,000 square meter free-form canopy is covered with up to 25 m long BEMO-MONRO sheets in 1mm aluminum colour RAL 9016.
BEMO was heavily involved with extensive advice and support for planning of the complicated BEMO-DOME substructure and the sheet geometry for this project.
The BEMO-DOME substructure consisting of PI brackets, circular hollow tubes , rotatable thermal halter clips and secure fasteners, incorporated a 3D Scan of the steel support structure by BEMO. This enabled an accurate 3D model to be designed at BEMO Headquaters in Ilshofen. The BEMO standing seam MONRO sheets were then produced based on the 3D plans and transported to the construction site.