MEA Examples of use

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Drainage for Heavy Traffic Areas

Industrial or port areas and airport runways are typically subjected to heavy traffic. The systems which are installed there have to withstand extreme requirements and loads. Particularly robust drainage solutions, which must also be resistant to chemical substances, oils and salt, are therefore vital in these areas. The MEA Group provides a wide range of ...
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Multi-Storey Car Parks

With consumers and visitors flocking to the inner cities, the number of passenger cars in use there is predicted to rise significantly in the next few decades. Parking spaces are already difficult to find in virtually every town. Regardless of whether the space you’re searching for is in an outdoor or a covered car park, ...
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MEA Water Management - roads-motorways

Roads and motorways

Improving the infrastructure of urban and inter-urban roads is an extremely complex process, regardless of whether the project involves building new carriageways or rehabilitating existing ones. We are fully conscious of these challenges and aware that every construction project is unique, which is why we developed solutions that are especially designed for road drainage requirements, ...
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MEA Water Management - airport-airside

Airports (Airside)

Only the most durable drainage channels can withstand the continuous stresses in constantly changing environments such as airports. Particularly in the boarding and parking areas, as well as on the runways and in the hangars, the load acting on the drainage channels is exceedingly high. Thanks to a comprehensive selection of products with numerous possible ...
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MEA Water Management - racetracks

Racetracks

Excess water on racetracks can easily cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle. Since safety is the number one priority in motor sports, the efficiency of the drainage system is a key factor when planning a racing circuit. MEA cooperates closely with Tilke, the world’s leading designer for racetracks and test facilities, when ...
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MEA Water Management - ports-containerterminals

Ports and container terminals

The evolution of international cargo shipping has revolutionised the technologies for, and organisation of, maritime transport. As the interface between sea and land traffic, container terminals are currently reporting a steady increase in container handling, placing extreme demands on port infrastructures. Only the most durable drainage channels can withstand the virtually continuous loads due to ...
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MEA Water Management - Fuel Stations

Fuel stations

The more fuel is sold at a fuel station, the greater the risk of soil contamination. To guard against this danger, contaminated water must be collected, treated and fed back into the sewage system. Drainage channels especially designed for this purpose must be installed. For this reason, MEA cooperates with a supplier of sealing systems ...
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MEA Water Management - Roofs terraces and facades

Roofs, terraces and facades

Stagnant water can rapidly develop into a problem for building elements if it is not drained off quickly and efficiently. To prevent the kind of problems typically associated with damp, MEA has come up with a product range that is especially intended for draining rooftop terraces and facades: MEATEC drainage channels. In combination with our slotted ...
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MEA Water Management - Trams and Railways Solutions

Solutions for Trams and Railways

Urban saturation due to noise, pollution and congestion complicates access to inner city areas. These have tended to be neglected in the last few decades in favour of airy suburbs. With their flexible concept, aesthetic appeal and service quality, trams would seem to be the ideal solution for avoiding traffic problems and counteracting this trend. ...
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