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Over 20 years of MIP

1988

First application: Nuremberg, "Germanisches Nationalmuseum"

MIP test piles and MIP king pile bores for soldier pile wall

1990

Nuremberg "Krokodil": MIP bored pile wall

Start of development of the triple auger

1992

Bauer patent: "Method for the production of a soil stabilization

column"

Nuremberg, Intercity Hotel: First application of the triple auger

with auger diameter 370 mm and 9 m drilling depth

1994

Oberaudorf on the Ebbs in Austria: First MIP permanent

cut-off wall

Establishment of the Bauer MIP department

1995

Commissioning of the Bauer vibratory rig RG 20 with 550 mm

auger diameter and drilling depth down to 17 m

2002

Approval of the Mixed-in-Place process by the "Institut für

Bautechnik", the construction supervisory agency, in Berlin

Karlsfeld near Munich: MIP wall with BG 42, auger diameter

880 mm and wall depth 24 m

2004

Martinsberg school complex in Baden near Zurich: Largest

excavation depth of a MIP pit at 13.90 m

1996

Netherlands

1998

Austria

2004

Switzerland

2004

Slovakia

2005

Lebanon

First projects

outside of Germany:

2005

Passau-Haibach, sewage treatment plant: First application of

lattice beams as reinforcement

2006

Offenbach, Lang tar factory: MIP for a funnel and gate system

2007

Salzwedel, trough for underpass beneath B 71: MIP wall

combined with underwater concrete base

2009

Introduction of the verticality measurement system for MIP

370 mm

2010

Initial usage of auger intermediate guiding with MIP 550 mm

2012

Installation of geothermal probes in MIP walls

2006 France

2008 Poland

2009 Canada

2010 United Arab Emirates

2011 Czech Republic