Bierrum have built all of the concrete cooling towers constructed in the UK since 1965.
In carrying out these contracts, over a number of years Bierrum developed a self elevating access system specifically to cope with the varying wall thicknesses, vertical angles and diameters of the tower walls. This access system facilitated the concreting of the shell walls and still today the system is one of only three that are being used around the world.
Bierrum engineers have experience in constructing both dry and wet cooling towers and in the packing of the cooling elements inside the towers.
The specialist techniques that Bierrum utilises in the construction of cooling towers are listed below and by opening a specific heading you can be linked to our specialist comments on each subject.