Holzbauprojekt in Tübingen mit Profilstahl von SÜLZLE Stahlpartner

Profile steel for wooden six-storey building


Profile steel for wooden six-storey building

One-storey or two-storey wooden houses or three-storey commercial buildings are standard for master carpenter Michael Tietz from Hechingen. But in March 2017, the wood expert ventured into lofty heights and built a six-storey office and commercial building for his client, Meleo Projektentwicklung in Tübingen.

The house was raised floor by floor from around 250m3 of spruce/fir wood in timber-framed construction. In June 2017, the 20m high, 10m wide and 35m long building was already erected. The special feature of this construction project is the outer wall on the north side, which is inclined. The overhang from the ground floor of the house to the fifth floor is 1.5 meters.

In addition to the building material wood, around 40 tons of processed steel girders from SÜLZLE Stahlpartner were added, because partition walls were not used on the individual floors. Here, SÜLZLE Nutzeisen supported the steel girders with the two-dimensional shifter cut. The classic concrete was only used for the elevator shaft and a small wall element. The construction time for this project was only 12 months and the first tenants were even able to move in after 9 months.