The 2nd phase of the development at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences involved the construction of a building with space for offices, seminar rooms and laboratory facilities. The building includes three floors and a basement storey and stands approx. 12 m above ground level. Its ground plan measures approx. 80 m × 25 m. The supporting structure primarily consists of walls, columns and floor/ceiling slabs made of steel reinforced concrete. The column-free entrance and foyer area is a special feature of the building. Diagonal supports were installed to hold up the storeys over this zone. The columns above the seminar rooms rest on steel reinforced concrete beams so that the seminar spaces themselves can remain column-free (thus also creating a highly flexible floor plan that can fulfil the widest possible range of functions).
Fritsch + Tschaidse Architekten, Munich/Germany
2014 − 2015
2016 − 2018
Services by Werner Sobek
Structural planning (WP 2 − 6 + 8 acc. to HOAI)
State Building Authority, Krumbach/Germany
Martin Duckek, Ulm/Germany