NUSSLI Group (correct spelling Nüssli) is an internationally operating group that is specialized in event, stadia and exhibition construction.
|Industry||Event and Exhibition Construction, Temporary Structures, Stadium Construction|
|Founded||1941 in Hüttwilen, Switzerland|
|Andy Böckli (CEO)|
|Products||Event construction: Grandstands · Bleachers · Seating · Stages · Stadium Construction // Trade Fair Stand Construction · Pavilion Construction · Event Hall Construction · Museum Construction · Exhibit Structures // Event Planning // Timber Construction · Carpentering // Interior fittings · millwork|
|Revenue||160 CHF m (2008)|
Number of employees
|ca. 450 (2016)|
Nussli plans, constructs, rents and sells temporary and permanent constructions like stadiums, grandstands, bleachers, platforms, stages, pedestrian bridges along with exhibition stands, pavilions and halls for sport and cultural events , exhibitions and trade fairs. These also include infrastructure projects – overlay works and overlay planning – for major events.
The company is headquartered in Switzerland with branches in Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, the United States, Czech Republic, Abu Dhabi and Qatar. The company is represented throughout partners in further countries. The Nussli Group employs a permanent workforce with a total of around 350 employees, whereby the personnel capacity is sometimes even doubled for major projects.
The company was founded in 1941 by Heini Nüssli (1919–2011) as a carpentry workshop in Hüttwilen, Switzerland. In 1958 the company entered into the scaffolding sector and in the following year they began with the rental and assembly of grandstands, stages made of wood and steel tubing. As a result, NUSSLI developed new scaffolding, stage, and grandstand systems, made several acquisitions starting in the 1980s, and established branches abroad as of the late 1980s. Their international expansion grew even stronger particularly as of the year 2000. In 2007, the company established the scaffolding sector independently under the name xBau, and since that time has turned its focus towards the event, stadia and exhibition markets.
The key products of NUSSLI are:
- Grandstand and bleachers construction
- Stadium construction (Temporary Stadium, Modular stadium)
- Temporary building infrastructures (e.g. bridges, fencing, podiums and platforms)
- SAFER Barrier / Catch Fence
Services offered by Nussli are:
- Planning and consulting
- Rent and sale
- Project management
- General contracting
Notes and referencesEdit
- ^ AG, NÜSSLI (Schweiz). "NÜSSLI | Organisation und Management | NÜSSLI Gruppe" [Nüssli | Organisation and Management | Nüssli Group]. nussli.com (in German). Retrieved 31 May 2020.
- ^ "Vancouver Sun: Empire Fields taking shape as B.C. Lions' temporary home". Retrieved 2011-02-27.
- ^ "Vancouver BC Place: Temporary stadium confirmed for PNE site". Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- ^ "Supply Post: Nussli Builds Stadium For BC Lions & The Whitecaps FC In Vancouver". Retrieved 2011-02-27.
- ^ "Building & Construction Canada: A Modular Miracle" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-02-09.
- ^ "Rental Pulse: NUSSLI provides temporary grandstand for Golf's U.S. Open". Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- ^ "Ontario Olympic Pavilion wins CISC innovation award". Retrieved 2011-02-09.
- ^ "World Expo 2010 Shanghai – Switzerland Pavilion". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ a b "World Expo 2010 Shanghai: German Pavilion". Retrieved 2011-02-27.
- ^ "Host City: The 2010 World Cup's Overlay provider" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-02-09.
- ^ "ISEM Award: Event Overlay/Facilities Award". Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- ^ "FIS MEDIA INFO: Nüssli becomes official FIS Partner". Retrieved 2011-03-01.
- ^ "Nussli Projects". Retrieved 2011-02-09.
- ^ "Nussli Key Products". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ "Nussli Grandstand and bleachers construction". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ "Nussli Stadium construction". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ "Stadia Magazine: NUSSLI builds interim stadium for Fortuna Düsseldorf". Retrieved 2011-03-14.
- ^ "Nussli Stages". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ "2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games: Ontario House Wins GOLD!". Retrieved 2011-02-27.
- ^ "Nussli Pavilion construction". Retrieved 2011-02-22.
- ^ "Nussli Hall construction". Retrieved 2011-02-22.