The agreement for the construction of a multifunctional football arena for 42,000 spectators is signed with the city of Wroclaw (Poland). The stadium will be constructed according to UEFA standards and will be ready for its first matches in summer 2011. The contract will be executed by our company Max Bögl Polska Sp. Z.o.o. and Max Bögl Bauunternehmung from Germany. The contract value amounts to approximately 655 million Zloty.


Stadsbrug Nijmegen - spectacular bridge building over the Waal.
The city of Nijmegen located in the east of the Netherlands in the province Gelderland is looking forward to a second town bridge for road traffic. The contract for the execution of the 140 million Euro structure across the Waal and its northern foreland is awarded to Max Bögl Nederland B.V. in cooperation with the Dutch BAM Civiel b.v., a subsidiary of the BAM group. By autumn 2013, involving the "structural steel and plant construction", "civil engineering", "special geotechnical works" as well as the "transport and equipment" business devision a 1,825 m long bridge structure will be built which will connect the western part of Nijmegen with the new De Waalsprong district.


BAB A6 – Functional Construction Contract.
For the first time, a hitherto not used functional construction contract will be employed in Bavaria for the expansion of the highway section between the Roth junction and the Nürnberg-South interchange. For the Max Bögl group of companies, the 65 million Euro pilot-project is one of the greatest challenges in the history of road building. After all, Max Bögl will be responsible for the technically perfect and safty conditions of the six km long section for a period of 25 years. Route inspections and maintenance as well as the winter road maintenance will remain the responsibility of the "Autobahnmeisterei" (motorway maintenance authority).


Company group Max Bögl builds Austria's highest skyscraper.
DC Tower in Vienna Danube-City. The modern "second city centre" on the other side of the Danube to Vienna gets its new landmark: two towers, DC Towers 1 and 2, not only form a distinctive city gate for the Danube-City in the near future, with its 220 metres record building height, DC Tower 1 also sets new standards, outstripping the present Austrian number one, the Millennium Tower. The Max Bögl group of companies gets the contract for the shell construction of DC Tower 1. Completion is planned for November 2012.


Truss Bridge over the Rhine.
The new bridge over the Rhine is part of the 14 km long railway line between Kehl and Appenweier which is by and large completed. "By and large." - because as yet the bridge is in the wrong place, or, more precisely, eight metres from its old counterpart whose pillars date back to 1860. At the end of August, the bridge will be transversely launched into its final position, thus sealing the fate of the old structure at the same site.


Max Bögl Innovation Centre in Sengenthal.
The new innovation centre, with an exhibition area at the "old Greißelbach railway station", has gone into operation. KompetenzZentrumBau (KBN) will be responsible for the operation. The new building of the innovation centre will be integrated into the existing embankment, including the listed Greißelbach railway station. The area between the historic station buildings and the new building was refunctioned into a platform. They are exhibited solutions of Max Bögl's modern track technology.


Completion of the shell construction of the Lia Manoliu Stadium in Bucharest.
With the topping-out ceremony in August 2010 Romania's capital Bucharest is looking forward to the final spurt of the new national Lia Manoliu stadium – one of the five modern football arenas for the UEFA Champions League games.

Inauguration of the new town hall in Bielefeld.
With a ceremonial act and with the Lord Mayor, Pit Clausen, the new event and exhibition hall opened its gates at the beginning of September. After 16 months of construction, the half-round extension ideally completes the available space of the Bielefeld town hall in the 20th year of its existence.


Hybrid wind energy tower made by Max Bögl.
The completion of two wind energy towers with a hub height of 128 metres near Hannover is the entry for Max Bögl Wind AG onto the renewable energies market. Due to hybrid construction with precisely precast concrete elements, the tower can be set up in a very short time regardless of weather conditions. The hybrid tower – System Bögl – was especially developed for modern class 3-MW wind turbines with hub heights of between 120 and 145 metres and large rotor diameters. Through this technology, a significant increase in the annual energy yield is possible. Therefore, Max Bögl offers his clients an innovative and high quality solution for the development of new inland locations for wind power plants.


Speed record on the FF Bögl system in China.
On 3rd December, a new speed record was set at 486,1 km per hour on the high speed Beijing to Shanghai railway line. The Slab Track Bögl system was bulit in  On the record line the system Slab Track Bögl was built in on the record line.