Installation of height-adjustable stage platforms in the event hall of the new, futuristic KTM Motohall “Ready to race: A world of heroes, adventures, machines, stories, innovations and achievements” in Mattinghofen/Upper Austria. The final polish is currently taking place – the opening will take place in April 2019!
The “Untersbergbahn” near the city of Salzburg takes you up high in winter as well as in summer – with our support. We have installed lifting tables and equipped the lift with special railings and stairs.
Since the beginning of the year, we have been delighted with the energetic support of our new technical employee, Mr. Bernhard Maly. Welcome to Klik – we are looking forward to a good cooperation with many great, innovative and creative ideas!
House of Music in Innsbruck
In autumn 2018 the newly built House of Music (Haus der Musik), with two highly modern concert halls, was opened in Innsbruck. We are responsible for the steel stage construction in this great five-story building. In its 4th issue/2018, the trade journal “Prospect” dedicates a detailed article to this extraordinary building.
Installation of a lifting table for an automatic transport system in a hospital in Vienna
Access system in Stuttgart
Look 21 – a new office and administration building – is built in Stuttgart. We were commissioned with the installation of a SkyClimber access system and delivered and installed it in mid-November.
Mountain top station Maiskogelbahn
Façade work with a KLIK rental suspended platform system for the new construction of the Maiskogelbahn mountain top station at an altitude of 1,500 meters.
Assembly of a suspension platform on the Maiskogel railway in Kaprun
In April 2018 the connection Kaprun – Maiskogel – Kitzsteinhorn was started and since the start of construction for the two railways MK Maiskogelbahn and 3K K-onnection the work is progressing according to plan. At the beginning of October 2018, we were able to deliver and erect our suspension platform for the assembly of the glass panes and sheeting of the corncob railway.