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PERI is a manufacturer and supplier of formwork and scaffolding systems founded in 1969 in Weißenhorn, Germany, by Artur Schwörer (died 2009). The company's name is taken from the Greek preposition "peri" (English: around).
|Dr. Fabian Kracht|
|Products||Formwork, Scaffolding, Engineering|
|Revenue||€ 1,685 million (2019)|
Number of employees
The first product was the T 70 V wooden lattice girder belt which had a patented node connection. This was replaced by the GT 24 girder in 1985. The ACS (Automatic Climbing System) was PERI's development of a self-climbing technology system. This technology enables the casting of tall buildings with minimal crane use. At the beginning of the 1980s, PERI was at the forefront of using aluminum in the construction business.
Projects that PERI is or was involved in:
- V&A Dundee, Scotland – First design museum in Scotland
- Marina Bay Sands, Singapore – Integrated resort fronting Singapore's Marina Bay 
- Doha Metro, Katar – Subway station in the heart of Doha.
- Chadstone Shopping Centre, Melbourne, Australia - Largest shopping Centre in Australia.
- Øresund link, Denmark – forming machine for monolithic tunnel
- Mersey Gateway Bridge, United Kingdom - a toll bridnge in Cheshire, England spanning the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal.
- Warsaw Spire, Warsaw, Poland - the tallest building in Poland
- Tunnel Palm Jumeirah Island, Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Tunnel connecting the man-made Jumeira Palm Island with the outer crescent
- Panama Canal, Panama - Expansion of the Panama Canal,
- Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge, China - Production of 33 tunnel elements for the underwater tunnel,
- OTMS Tank Farm, Saldanha, South Africa - A crude oil tank farm covering the size of 24 football pitches
- Cuatro Torres Highrise, Madrid, Spain – PERI ACS self-climbing formwork for highest skyscrapers in Spain
- Turning Torso, Malmö, Sweden – twisted highrise building designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava
- Absolute World, Canada - Two high-rise buildings which are 153 m and 178 m high
- Four Seasons Place Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 2nd tallest hotel in the world
- Ulm Minster, Ulm, Germany - Renovation of the choir, the choir tower (86 m high) and the approx. 161 m high main tower of Ulm Minster
- Generali Tower, Milan Italy - A skyscraper reaching a height of 191.5 m with 44 floors, and a total floor area of about 67,000 square metres designed by Zaha Hadid.
- Millau Viaduct, France – the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world with the highest piers (length of 2,460 m; piers height of 343 m)
- Lakhta Center, Russia – The tallest building in Europe.
- National Veterans Memorial and Museum, Columbus, Ohio, USA - Museum designed by architecture firm Allied Works Architecture
- Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, Germany – 3D formwork units with the highest demands
- Viaduct Krakow-Plaszow Railway Junction, Poland - 252 m long crossing over the Krakow-Płaszow railway junction using the balanced cantilever method.
- The Leonardo (Sandton), Sandton, South Africa - The tallest building in South Africa.
- Alberto Pumarejo bridge, Baranquilla, Columbia - A bridge, built over the Magdalena River to connect the Salamanca Island Road Park and the city of Barranquilla.
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- "Panama Canal". Structurae. Retrieved 2019-07-22.
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- "The need for speed". Construction Europe. 2008-04-24. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "Turning Torso, Sweden". Design Build Network. Retrieved 2019-07-22.
- "Absolute World, Canada". PERI Group website. Retrieved 2014-09-15.
- "Four Seasons Place Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia". Structurae. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
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- "Generali Tower / Zaha Hadid Architects". Archdaily. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "Viaduc de Millau, France". PERI Group website. Retrieved 2014-08-19.
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- "Nantional Veterans Memorial and Museum, Columbus, Ohio". Concrete Construction. 2018-03-05. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "Mercedes-Benz Museum, Germany". PERI Group website. Retrieved 2014-08-19.
- "Formwork innovations help bridge building". World Highways. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "Plaszow Tramway Bridge (I)". Structurae. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "PERI stands tall with The Leonardo high-rise project in Sandton". Africanism. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
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