New school building concept presented at SCHULBAU Berlin
SCHULBAU, the international trade fair for educational construction, was held on 11 and 12 September 2019 in Berlin. A large crowd, including selected speakers and visitors from all areas of the school system, was in attendance to learn about educational construction in Germany and abroad.
With countless schools both in Berlin and throughout the federal state in need of reconstruction and renovation in the foreseeable future and additional school places required, the event attracted a high level of interest.
Blumer-Lehmann AG was represented at the trade fair by Migga Hug, modular construction sales, and Lukas Osterwalder, timber construction sales and project development. On our stand, we unveiled our new school building concept developed by our timber construction engineers and planners over recent months.
The new concept comprises flexible timber modular constructions that can be adapted to requirements both in terms of size and facilities, allowing clients to benefit from rapidly available space. A further advantage of the modular construction method is the high level of certainty in terms of costs and deadlines.
Interested? Click here for the new school building concept.
The presentations at Schulbau drew large numbers
Podium discussions in front of large audiences
Architects, head teachers and representatives from public authorities were in attendance
Migga Hug and Lukas Osterwalder in conversation with an interested party
Tickets for SCHULBAU in Berlin were in high demand
Lukas Osterwalder in conversation with Martin Jung, editor of the Schulbau magazine, and Inga Schäfer, editor of the journal Deutsche BauZeitschrift DBZ
Migga Hug provides information on the structural aspects of the Berlin Tempelhof-Schöneberg school construction project on site
Andreas Spiess from the construction management department of the District Office of Berlin Tempelhof-Schöneberg goes into the concept and architecture of the school building