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After around two years of construction, the extension of the ZÜBLIN head office in Ulm at Finninger Straße 66 was officially opened today. Present at the opening ceremony were around 60 employees, Mayor Katrin Albsteiger, and Stephan von der Heyde and Stephan Keinath from the Management Board of Ed. Züblin AG. In her welcoming address, Mayor Albsteiger stressed ZÜBLIN’s role as an important economic driver in the region. “I congratulate you on the successful modernisation of the Neu-Ulm site and am confident that this investment will make ZÜBLIN even more attractive both as an employer and as a mover in the region.”Positioned for the futureFrom March 2020 to January 2022, ZÜBLIN extensively modernised and renovated the existing building dating from 1995 and raised it by one storey. A 2,000 m² L-shaped extension building was also added. The extension building consists of three upper floors and a basement level and offers space for office workplaces, urgently needed modern meeting rooms, tea kitchens and a cafeteria. The project created a total of 87 new workplaces.The € 10 million expansion was made necessary by the strong order situation in the region and the resulting need for increased staff and additional capacity. “We are pleased about the successful completion of the conversion work. The extension and modernisation will benefit our employees based here as well as the entire company,” said ZÜBLIN technical subdivision manager Michael Stiegeler. The extension also creates optimal conditions for the planned growth of the Ulm head office, as commercial subdivision head Markus Steck explained. A total of around 100 employees currently work at the Neu-Ulm site.Climate-friendly office locationZÜBLIN Timber GmbH handled the timber construction work on the extension building. The timber engineering expert opted for a timber skeleton and timber hybrid construction in which almost the entire supporting structure and the building envelope are made of wood.Compared to reinforced concrete construction, the timber construction method saved a total of 104 t of CO2 during construction of the new building. Climate protection was given consideration in other areas as well, with the energy supply provided by air and water heat pumps and photovoltaic systems and the installation of EV charging columns and charging facilities for electric bikes.
ZÜBLIN ENTITY:ZÜBLIN Subdivision Ulm, Ulm/Neu-Ulm Business Unit
GENERAL PLANNING:ZÜBLIN Zentrale Technik, StuttgartNETHING Generalplaner GmbH, Neu-Ulm (design)
CONTRACT VALUE:€ 10 million
PROJECT SCHEDULE (TOTAL PROJECT):4/20–1/22
CLIENT:Ed. Züblin AG
Stuttgart-based Ed. Züblin AG, with more than 13,000 employees and an annual output of around € 4 billion, is one of Germany’s largest construction companies. Since its foundation in 1898, ZÜBLIN has been successfully realising challenging construction projects in Germany and abroad and today is the STRABAG Group’s leading brand for building construction and civil engineering. The company’s range of services covers all construction-related tasks – from complex turnkey construction, civil engineering and tunnelling to construction logistics, structural maintenance, ground engineering and timber and steel construction. In recent years, ZÜBLIN has been promoting the topics of digitalisation, LEAN.Construction and sustainability and – supported by the many years of experience of its Zentrale Technik competence centre – is also increasingly offering integrated design and construction from a single source as a general planner. When it comes to partnering, ZÜBLIN has set new standards with its teamconcept partnering model, which has proven its worth on the market for more than 25 years. Current construction projects of the company, a subsidiary of globally operating STRABAG SE, include the EDGE East Side Berlin high-rise project, the Rinsdorf and Rälsbach viaducts on the A45 motorway and the Boyneburg Tunnel on the A44. More information is available at www.zueblin.de.
Present at the opening ceremony were around 60 employees, Mayor Katrin Albsteiger, and Stephan von der Heyde and Stephan Keinath from the Management Board of Ed. Züblin AG.
Berthold Stier, former City Treasurer of the City of Neu-Ulm; Markus Krämer, Head of the Building Department of the City of Neu-Ulm; Michael Plauck, Business Unit Management Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Ed. Züblin AG; Markus Steck, Subdivision Management Ulm, Ed. Züblin AG; Ralf Zanker, Business Unit Management Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Ed. Züblin AG; Stephan von der Heyde, Management Board, Ed. Züblin AG; Stephan Keinath, Management Board, Ed. Züblin AG; Mayor Katrin Albsteiger of the City of Neu-Ulm; Oliver Schirp, Real Estate Department, STRABAG; Michael Stiegeler, Subdivision Management Ulm, Ed. Züblin AG; Matthias Schwab, Site Manager Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Ed. Züblin AG
The L-shaped extension was built using the climate-friendly timber hybrid construction method.
The L-shaped extension was built using the climate-friendly timber hybrid construction method.