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School Dotzigen replacement new building 


2021, Dotzigen

 Around 100 students cook, work or make music in the new school wing in Dotzigen. The wooden building convinces with a generous and flexible room concept - which requires a well thought-out structural concept.

 

School Complex Marzili 


2019, Bern

 The Marzili school complex was built between 1946 and 1950 as a municipal girls' school. Today it is as an important contemporary witness to the construction of school buildings in the 20th century and is listed in the cantonal inventory as "worthy of protection”.

 

Extension of Primary School Building 


2019, Aeschi near Spiez

 The primary school building in Niedersimmental in the Canton of Berne has reached its capacity limits. Wood from the municipality's own forests was used for the extension.

 

School Complex Chrüzacher 


2017, Bassersdorf

 At the initiative of Timbatec, the new school complex in Bassersdorf produced even more timber than planned. Originally, only the walls of the gym were to be made of timber, but the roof of concrete. Timbatec also proposed to build the roof in timber construction in order to save costs.

 

Four Timber Kindergartens 


2016, Regensdorf

 The over 60 year old double kindergarten Roos in Regensdorf was replaced by a new building with four rooms. The timber buildings create a particularly pleasant learning environment.

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  • New School Complex , Trachslau

    So that the pupils and the Kingergarten children of Trachslau do not have to make the journey to Einsiedeln every day, the school building with a gymnasium and a double kindergarten were built entirely in wood.

  • School Dotzigen replacement new building, Dotzigen

    Around 100 students cook, work or make music in the new school wing in Dotzigen. The wooden building convinces with a generous and flexible room concept - which requires a well thought-out structural concept.

  • School Complex Marzili, Bern

    The Marzili school complex was built between 1946 and 1950 as a municipal girls' school. Today it is as an important contemporary witness to the construction of school buildings in the 20th century and is listed in the cantonal inventory as "worthy of protection”.

  • Day care center Ilgen, Zürich-Hottingen

    The new day care centre of the Ilgen school complex is located in idyllic surroundings: trees stand around the building designed by the architects Wolfgang Rossbauer and Susanne Triller; a city grove in which the day care centre blends harmoniously with the wooden facade.

  • Barn and Shed Fischenrüti, Horgen

    The former farm with barn and shed has been converted and now houses apartments, studios and a playgroup. The intercultural garden remains a meeting point and place for encounters.


  • Complete renovation of the Bäumlihof school complex, Basel

    Timbatec's engineers planned and managed the replacement of the existing facade during the complete renovation of the Bäumlihof school complex. On the wooden construction 18 millimetre thick fibre glass reinforced concrete panels were installed.

  • School Complex Lange Heid, Münchenstein

    The two new buildings on the Lange Heid school site in Münchenstein BL are dominated by wood: apart from the building cores, the two school buildings are largely made of the natural building material.

  • School Complex Chrüzacher, Bassersdorf

    At the initiative of Timbatec, the new school complex in Bassersdorf produced even more timber than planned. Originally, only the walls of the gym were to be made of timber, but the roof of concrete. Timbatec also proposed to build the roof in timber construction in order to save costs.

  • Extension of the Allmend School Complex, Oberengstringen

    The new Allmend school complex in Oberengstringen not only offers urgently needed classrooms, but also new group rooms that allow contemporary forms of teaching. The new school building was built as a hybrid of concrete and timber.

  • Addition to a Primary School, Köniz

    Köniz is growing oversized. In no municipality around Bern has the population grown more in recent years than in Köniz - and it is getting younger and younger. Two existing school buildings were therefore each extended by one timber floor.


  • Four Timber Kindergartens, Regensdorf

    The over 60 year old double kindergarten Roos in Regensdorf was replaced by a new building with four rooms. The timber buildings create a particularly pleasant learning environment.

  • Hybrid Construction for Primary Schools, Bonstetten

    Timber shapes the everyday school life of the children in the Schachenmatten schoolhouse in Bonstetten. The school building, built in 2015, is a hybrid building with concrete ceilings and load-bearing exterior walls made of timber. The example shows: Timber construction is also becoming increasingly important in public buildings.


  • New Construction Double Kindergarten, Uttigen

    The new double kindergarten in Uttigen was planned and constructed as a pure timber building. The building should be simple and inexpensive. The use should also remain variable - school meetings should also be able to take place there.

  • Double Kindergarten, Lohn-Ammansegg

    The community of Lohn-Ammansegg wants to build a new double kindergarten. The planned object consists of 2 cubes, which are positioned laterally and offset in height on a slight slope.

  • New Building Extension School Building, Uettligen

    Here a two-story " backpack " extension to the existing building was to be realized, with adaptation of the existing eaves and transitions to the first building. The façade should be constructed with painted timber formwork.

  • New School Building Dürrenast, Thun

    Between the existing school building and the auditorium, a two-story timber intermediate structure was to be constructed. Closed to the street, but completely glazed on the courtyard side and supplemented with a two-story break hall.


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Switzerland:

Thun Branch

Timbatec Timber Construction Engineers Switzerland Ltd.

Niesenstrasse 1, 3600 Thun

Tel: +41 58 255 15 10

thun@timbatec.ch


Zürich Branch

Timbatec Timber Construction Engineers Switzerland Ltd.

Ausstellungsstrasse 36, 8005 Zürich

Tel: +41 58 255 15 20

zuerich@timbatec.ch


Delémont Branch

Timbatec Timber Construction Engineers Switzerland Ltd.

Avenue de la Gare 49, 2800 Delémont 

+41 58 255 15 40 

delemont@timbatec.ch


Bern Branch

Timbatec Timber Construction Engineers Switzerland Ltd.

Falkenplatz 1, 3012 Bern

Tel: +41 58 255 15 30

bern@timbatec.ch

Austria:

Headquarters Vienna (A) 

Timbatec Timber Construction Engineers GmbH
Im Werd 6/31a, 1020 Wien 
Tel: +43 720 2733 01

wien@timbatec.at


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