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Mimram, Marc

Mimram, Marc
Main Office: 21 RUE DE LA FONTAINE AU ROI.75011, Paris, France
Number of employees: 29

Engineering Specialties:
Structural Engineering
Office and Housing

Selected Projects:

The Solferino footbridge in Paris,France 1999 – Architect Marc Mimram

footbridge in Strasbourg, france & Germany, kehl.

Fenghua Bridge, Tianjin, China, design by Marc Mimram

Marc Mimram, New York, “The Accommodating Structure”.

Additional Projects:

Tolls Eprunes (Highway A5) 1994-1995 near Paris, France,designed by Marc Mimram

Roland Garros tennis stadium, Paris, France by architect Marc Mimram

In 1981 Marc Mimram founded his own architecture-engineering firm and consulting. he is known for remarkable civil engineering structures and architectural projects in France and abroad. Some of his valuable projects are Solferino footbridge in Paris, Strasbourg-Kehl footbridge in France, Beng Bu and Feng Hua bridges in China, the Moulay Al Hassan bridge, Rabat – Morocco). From 1988 the agency gathered engineers, architects, design engineers and economists, which are consisting of 14 architects, 8 engineers, 2 economics, 1 moder maker, 2 design engineers and 2 secretaries. The agency focus more on long range structure and the realization of steel frame structures. Also, it has activity in the public projects in engineering and architecture (1).

Spotlight: Marc Mimram
Marc Mimram was born in Paris in 1955. he has a master degree in mathematics and he graduated as an engineer from the Ecole Nationable Des Ponts. He got his master in civil engineering from university of Berkeley in California. In addition, he is a DPLG architect and have a degree in philosophy. Also, he is a author of knowable articles, including one on paul chemetov. In addition, he is a winner of the expansion and restructuring of the National School of Architecture Strasbourg. Besides being an engineer, he is a professor at the school of architecture and city and territories in Marne-la-vallee and licensed architect by the government (2).

(1) Mimram.com
(2) http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Mimram


Written by Noura Memarmakhsous

January 28, 2011 at 4:06 pm

Posted in Engineers