Salzburg’s first wind power project – The alpine pasture community Unterpleissling has made it its business to generate domestic and renewable energy and to operate Salzburg’s first wind turbines, in a place where some electricity pylons already stand. The first thing is done: to erect the wind measuring mast . A 100m (!) high structure at 2,100 meters above sea level. A real challenge! Shown here in the detail is Matthias Mösl from m3 , who carried out the responsible structural analysis / structural design in cooperation with the executing steel construction company Gruber-Hofer from Altenmarkt. Our complete team from m3 was present during the assembly.

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