Wooden extension of an industrial hall

More storage space with wood

Extralarge: In Brixen, the largest timber construction in the upper Eisack Valley was realised. The wooden extension, which was placed directly on the roof of the existing warehouse, increased the hall volume to 290,000 cubic metres and thus gained valuable storage space.

Wood as a building material is convincing in industrial construction due to its lightness and cost-effectiveness: thanks to its low weight, static difficulties from such additions are avoided, and the costs remain manageable despite the large dimensions of the buildings. In addition, the precise prefabrication enables on-time planning and execution. This means that even in complex and demanding projects, there is always transparency with regard to adherence to construction times and costs.

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