STIHL Master Plan 2030+ goes into implementation

In Weinsheim in the Eifel region, Germany, a forward-looking, sustainable factory extension is being built for Andreas STIHL AG & Co. KG (STIHL). This includes a new production hall and a new multifunctional building, including a training workshop and a canteen, with a total gross floor area of 12,000 m². The building application for this has now been ceremoniously signed by the plant management at STIHL and the responsible integrated planners from Dr. Schönheit + Partner (S + P).

Within just 7 months, the S + P team of experts from architecture, factory planning, production control and project management carried out the general planning on the basis of the STIHL Master Plan 2030+, which had been developed jointly beforehand. From the very first minute, the integrated team from Stihl and S + P was able to manage all the necessary disciplines in a consistent timetable for the timely building application for the first construction phase of the master plan. The planning of the details up to the realization and settlement of the factory are in full swing.

Sustainability is a top priority in this project and is considered in the integrated S + P planning. This includes, among other things:

  • Roof greening
  • Rainwater utilization
  • PV system
  • Heat recovery of process heat
  • Geothermal energy
  • Local heating network as redundant energy supply
  • Demountable façade
  • Timber struckture
  • CO2-reduced construction method and above all a
  • Factory for people and technology.

We are looking forward to the timely start of construction of the production hall this year!

STIHL is the world’s leading manufacturer of chainsaws and employs more than 20,000 people in 160 countries on five continents. One of a total of eight German plants is located in Weinsheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

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