Mast climbers played an important role in the Amager Bakke façade work. Amager Bakke is a state-of-the-art waste to energy plant, one of the best in the world in terms of efficiency and environmental impact. The plant is equipped with two furnace lines and a joint turbine and generator system. A special feature is a ski slope on top of the plant.
The Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant
The plant produces energy from 400 000 tonnes of waste annually from up to 700 000 residents and at least 46 000 companies. It will become possibly Copenhagen’s most notable recreation destination, with a 400 m artificial rooftop ski slope running from its 85 m peak down to ground level, and incorporates a climbing wall of the same height.
The architects from Bjarke Ingels architect office had a multi-dimensional view of the plant design. The inside was designed to be the waste-to-energy plant, the ‘roof’ a ski slope and the outside walls a landmark for Copenhagen.
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