New construction of the state high school, Mering
2013 - 2019
Scope of service
With the new construction of the 3-stream high school in Mering, district of Aichach-Friedberg, an ultra-modern new school center was created in two phases during ongoing school operations. In the first construction phase, the school building was newly constructed. The second phase involved the construction of the new cafeteria.
The supporting structure of the school building was realized as a reinforced concrete skeleton construction with large facade elements, point- and line-supported flat slabs as well as partially solid slabs in the existing building with maximum spans of 15 meters. The supporting structure of the Mensa building/pavilion was also built in reinforced concrete. Ther special features here are the wooden roof truss and a floor and roof slab as under- and overlay system. For the new building, a bored pile and shallow foundation on soil replacement as well as wall-type beams and a WU basement werde used in part. One challenge was the different foundation depths.
- Structural engineering according to HOAI, Lph 1 to 6, 8 (fee zone IV)
- Noise protection verficiation
- Structural design of outdoor facilities (ramps)
- Site supervision
- Geotechnical and soil mechanical investigation
- Hydrogeological expertise
- BRI: 42.552 m³
- BGF: 9.958 m²
- NF: 5.154 m²