DR. SPANG INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT FÜR BAUWESEN, GEOLOGIE UND UMWELTTECHNIK MBH

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DR. SPANG INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT
FÜR BAUWESEN, GEOLOGIE
UND UMWELTTECHNIK MBH

Hardware und Software

Modern hardware and current, specialist programmes

Dr. Spang GmbH

    Technical equipment
    Dr. Spang Ingenieurgesellschaft für Bauwesen, Geologie und Umwelttechnik mbH has its own high-performance, efficient technical equipment, enabling us to handle our projects quickly and to a high technical standard. Through long-term investment planning and continuous replacement and modernisation of equipment and materials, Dr. Spang GmbH is always state-of-the-art.

    Hardware

  • 90 modern PCs with laser and inkjet printers (single-colour black and four-colour), 1000 Mbit network
  • 8 modern CAD workstations with DIN A 0 colour inkjet printers
  • 7 DIN A 3 colour copiers and scanners
  • Various peripheral devices

Contact between the main office and the branches and with clients is managed over high-performance SDSL lines. The branches are linked with our head office via VPNs.

Software

The latest software (MS Office) is used for word-processing and calculating tables when working on our projects. In addition to this, we use specialist programs from leading manufacturers for foundation engineering and design software. The Appendix contains an overview of the available software.

In relation to groundwater modelling, we make use of the software packages Visual Modflow and Spring 3.1, Delta H for large-scale depth-determined aquifer models and for three-dimensional flow models. The Finite Differences Model Modflow has now become largely established internationally as a standard program. The Finite Elements Model is suitable for special questions in relation to modelling materials transport, thermal modelling in groundwater and for 3D problems with a free surface and modelling unsaturated soil zones.

With regard to statics, we are equipped with the InfoCAD program system, providing calculation programs for planar and spatial girder arrangement and plane load-bearing structures in reinforced concrete under the new DIN 1045-1. It can also calculate supporting frameworks in steel and wood. In relation to foundation engineering, the latest GGU programs enable calculations to be carried out for supporting constructions and stability analyses of slopes, applying either the old or the new relevant standards (DIN 1054:2003-01/EC7:2013), as preferred.

The FE program for calculating tunnels enables 2D and 3D calculations of tunnel advances in any preferred cross-section or using different procedures (shield driving or shotcrete construction), applying various proven soil models and with account being taken as necessary of separating areas. Constant groundwater flows can similarly be taken into account.

Rockfall simulations were carried out using the ROCKFALL 2D simulation program developed in-house. The basis of the program are the laws of motion and impact theory. It is able to calculate and evaluate the paths of individual blocks (stones) or of up to 10,000 stones together. For each point in the profile (particularly in places where protective trap constructions are provided), it can determine the energies occurring and the upthrow. The program, which is used worldwide, also provides the option to vary the input data for the path calculation and the corresponding statistical analysis.

 Programm

Version

Marketed by

Description

Acrobat

9.0

Adobe

Exchanging documents and PDF writer

Acrobat professional

9.0

Adobe

Exchanging documents and PDF writer

ALV

1.1

Stoller Ing.-Technik

Database sites with inherited pollution/Areas suspected of having inherited pollution

ASBwin

9.0

Heitker GmbH

Tendering, award of contract, accounts, construction regime

Atterberg

2.01

GGU

Program to evaluate lab tests, after Atterberg

AutoCAD

2009

AutoDesk

CAD program

Compufix

7.3

Fischer/Upat

Dimensioning of dowel fastenings

CorelDraw

10.0

Corel

Graphics program

GGU-AXPILE

4.10

GGU

Calculation and graphic display of piles pursuant to DIN 4014, DIN 1054, EA piles and after Franke

GGU-Footing

5.02

GGU

Calculation of foundations pursuant to DIN 4017 and DIN 4019

GGU-GABION

2.25

GGU

Calculation of supporting constructions in concrete elements, block layers and gabions

GGU-LATPILE

2.20

GGU

Calculation and dimensioning of elastically bedded piles

GGU-RETAIN

4.50

GGU

Calculation and dimensioning of sheet piling and retaining walls

GGU-SETTLE

2.41

GGU

Calculation of foundation settlements pursuant to DIN 4019 for rectangular and triangular foundations

GGU-SLAB

4.02

GGU

Calculation of elastically bedded slabs using the bedding and rigid module procedure

GGU-Slope-Pile

1.02

GGU

Pile in slope pursuant to ZTV-Lsw88

GGU-SS-Flow2D

8.04

GGU

Calculation of groundwater flows using Finite Elements in 2D systems

GGU-STABLITY

8.13

GGU

Calculation of slope slippage and soil pinning and reinforced dams pursuant to DIN 4084 and DIN 4084 (new)

GGU-TRANSIENT

4.22

GGU

Calculation of transient groundwater flow

GSA

2.0

Romunde

Software to evaluate statics at joints

HDB

4.0

HALFEN

Dimensioning program for HDB piercing protection on slabs

InfoCAD

6.21

InfoGraph GmbH

Calculating the supporting framework (planar and spatial girder arrangement, plates, slabs, skins, folded-plate works, etc.)

Kaspersky Anti-Virus

6.0

Kaspersky

Anti-virus program for Windows workstations

KVS

7.01

GGU

Program to evaluate lab tests and display particle distributions

LIMES

V4.6

RIB

Calculation of angled retaining walls

MS Office

2007

Microsoft

Word-processing, tables, scheduling, database management, presentation program

p-CalC

2.00

Peikko GmbH

Dimensioning of anchoring and anchor slabs with headed bolts as per DlfBt Berlin guidelines

PLDR

2.50

GGU

Program to display slab compression tests Dowel and anchor slab calculation

Profis Anchor

1.11.20

HILTI

Dowel and anchor slab calculation

ROCKFALL/Rocktree

7.1

Dr. Spang GmbH

Rockfall simulation with tree module

RSBet

1.01

Dlubal

Dimensioning of reinforced concrete, single-axis and twin-axial deflection with normal forces, shift and rotation pursuant to DIN 1045 (for supporting frameworks in Rstab)

Rstab

4.0

Dlubal

Calculation of 2D and 3D supporting frameworks (continuous frame, grids, frames, rope supports, planar and spatial supports)

Ruvolum

6.0

GEOBRUGG

Dimensioning the TECCO slope stabilisation system

SOFICAD-B

17.1

Sofistik

Reinforcement module

Solidlog

2001

Graf

Program to evaluate drilling profiles

SOFISTIK Statik Software

2001

Sofistik AG

Program system for statics, dynamics, FEM

STARS

4.0

Stoller ing,-Technik

Materials database for pollutants relevant to inherited contamination

Surfer32

6.04

Golden Software

Mesh-based 3D surface modelling

Visual Basic

2008

Microsoft

Programming tool, devising software solutions

Visual MODFLOW

3.1

Waterloo

3D groundwater modelling and simulation of transporting pollutants

WinBohr

4.003

IDAT GmbH

Program for graphic display of drilling profiles

WinSchi

3.10c

IDAT GmbH

Program for graphic display of layer directories pursuant to DIN 4022-Part 1

WinStansi

5.0

Graf

Stability of sliding bodies on slopes or in underground chambers

WinTUBE

2008.126

Fides DV-Partner GmbH

Program to input tunnel geometries for calculations using SOFISTIK

XUMA-A MOR

5

Stoller Ing,-Technik

Analysis planning for investigations of inherited pollution



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Dr. Spang GmbH

Company head office Witten

Phone: 02302 - 9 14 02 -0
Fax:  02302 - 9 14 02 -20
E-Mail zentrale@dr-spang.de

Esslingen/Neckar

Phone: 0711 - 351 30 49 -0
Fax:  0711 - 351 30 49 -19
E-Mail esslingen@dr-spang.de

Frankfurt am Main

Phone: 069 – 678 6508 – 0
Fax: 069 – 678 6508 – 20
E-Mail frankfurt@dr-spang.de

Freiberg/Saxony

Phone: 03731 - 79 87 89 -0
Fax:  03731 - 79 87 89 -20
E-Mail freiberg@dr-spang.de

Nuremberg

Phone: 0911 - 9 64 56 65-0
Fax:  0911 - 9 64 56 65-5
E-Mail nuernberg@dr-spang.de

Naumburg/Saale

Phone: 03445 - 762 - 25
Fax:  03445 - 762 - 20
E-Mail naumburg@dr-spang.de

Hamburg

Phone: 040 – 524 73 35-0
Fax:  040 – 524 73 35-20
E-Mail hamburg@dr-spang.de

Berlin

Phone: 0331 - 231843 - 0
Fax:  0331 - 231843 - 20
E-Mail berlin@dr-spang.de

Munich

Phone: 089-2 77 80 82-60
Fax:  089-2 77 80 82-90
E-Mail muenchen@dr-spang.de


Our technical equipment


ROCKFALL
Simulation Program

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