BREMER files a patent application for the first precast reinforced steel element in the early 1990s. It is a sleeve foundation known as the "BREMER-type foundation". The advantage of this foundation is that it is extremely flexible in terms of the way it can be transported. In October 1996, BREMER is then granted the first patent for a column-free parking structure of precast reinforced concrete elements – a precast construction method that BREMER uses to build the first multi-storey car parks through to the early 2000s. There next follows a patent for a very economical process for assembling visually attractive glass facades with no disturbing intermediate framing.
In the early 2000s, BREMER engineers develop a totally new parking structure design. At the heart of this second new parking structure patent is a unique precast concrete element: a floor slab that is 40 cm thick and 16 m long. Where patents are concerned, innovation to perfection is the BREMER maxim.
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Patent 40 37 438 Transportable Reinforced Concrete Foundation for a Column