Unusual dimensions in timber construction
Architects POPPE*PREHAL emphasise the ecologically valuable aspect of this building project: "Due to the complexity and height of the high-bay warehouse as well as the extreme precision requirements for the construction tolerances, this project enters a new dimension in timber construction. Clear architecture combined with sustainable construction in unusual dimensions," says general planner, Helmut Poppe.
Sustainable, energy-saving large building
WIEHAG supplied 4,200 m³ of timber for 19,000 m² of roof and wall panels for the warehouse building. The building shell was erected in just ten weeks. It is a pure timber building with the exception of the staircases. The office building was made of cross laminated timber panels and timber frame walls. A high-bay warehouse with 24,500 pallet spaces and a small parts warehouse with 10,000 boxes were built on an area of 10,610 m².
"The wood-based construction enables low operating costs, cost-saving temperature control between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius, a constant humidity of up to 70 per cent, as well as considerable savings in CO2 emissions," says cargo-partner CEO and proprietor, Stefan Krauter, explaining his commitment to sustainable logistics innovations.
- Fischamend (AT)
- cargo-partner GmbH
- Timber installed
- 4,200 m³
- 20 m high, 109.5 m long, 92 m wide
- Storage area
- 10,610 m²
- Construction period
- 365 days