Based in Stuttgart, Germany, the Delta-X engineering company has over 30 years expertise in the fields of structural engineering and modelling, product and plant design, and building information modelling (BIM).
The company has been involved in delivering some of the most complex and challenging structures in the world including the German pavilion at the Hanover World Expo 2000. It has been instrumental in complex system calculations for every Therme project in Germany starting with Therme Erding in 1999, right through to the highly demanding Therme Bucharest in 2013.
Prof. Dr. Albrecht Burmeister, who will join Therme Group’s Board of Directors as Technology Vice President, will lead the team.
The partnership strengthens Therme Group’s expertise and know-how in delivering the world’s most complex structures for the benefit of the communities they serve.
Prof. Burmeister said: “We have been working side by side with the Therme Group team for many years. During this time, we have been a key contributor to Therme projects from inception through to delivery. We are delighted with the new partnership which represents a natural step of evolution. Being part of Therme Group will allow us to shape the future of wellbeing by focusing on the technologies of the buildings of the future.”
Together with Therme Arc, the architecture division of Therme Group, Delta X help shape the design and engineering language of Therme projects around the world, ensuring the highest level of excellence and greatest degree of safety.