OBERMEYER Planen + Beraten GmbHOBERMEYER Planen + Beraten GmbH

Munich, 29.07.2020

Photo 1: OBERMEYER
Photo 2: OBERMEYER
Photo 3: Stadt Memmingen
Photo 4: Stadt Memmingen
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Retreating: Renovation of car park "Krautstrasse" in Memmingen

Since mid-June, the car park “Krautstrasse” in Memmingen has been reopened after extensive renovation work. OBERMEYER was commissioned with the general planning.

The Krautstrasse car park in Memmingen was built in 1989. Now it had been closed for 15 months due to renovation work. Since June 12, 265 parking spaces have been available again 24 hours a day. There are six new charging points for electric cars in the basement. The construction costs of the entire project amounted to around 6.7 million euros.

OBERMEYER had been commissioned with the general planning of the project, which is under grandfathering. In addition to the structural design of the buildings, our company was also responsible for the planning of the electrical and information technology as well as the technical equipment. The installation of an elevator now allows barrier-free access to all levels.

The most extensive part of the refurbishment, however, was the concrete repair of the whole floor and the pillars. This had become unavoidable due to the penetration of chlorides by road salt from the car tyres over decades.

 

Pictures from top to bottom:

Photo 1: The brick facade characterises the car park, which is under grandfathering.

Photo 2: The new elevator provides barrier-free access to all levels.

Photo 3: "Cathedral" is the name given to the light-flooded uppermost parking level.

Photo 4: Symbolic cut through the barrier tape at the opening (from left): Günther Stapfer, manager of the car parks at the Stadtwerke Memmingen, Marcus Geske, deputy manager of the Stadtwerke, Mayor of Memmingen Manfred Schilder, Steffen Lutzenberger, managing director of the Lutzenberger construction company (Mindelheim), Karin Kinzer, deputy head of the building construction office, project manager Tanja Aberle at the building construction office and Fabio Kapun, project manager at OBERMEYER Planen + Beraten GmbH (Munich).

Photo 5: Pillar in original condition, exposed and in restored condition.