Construction Info Day 2023 at FH JOANNEUM
The all-round talents DI Lisa Gassner and DI Nina Steinscherer, alongside DI Christoph Schmied, MSc, were the direct contacts on site for the exhibition stand. Both are former FH graduates who have found their professional home at Thomas Lorenz ZT GmbH.
They used the time for interesting discussions with students, former colleagues and lecturers.
A successful event, we look forward to presenting our office again next year at the FH Joanneum.
Trial operation phase clinic Oberwart starts!
The construction time for the largest building construction project in Burgenland to date was around 3.5 years. Completion of the outdoor facilities is progressing on schedule, with finalization scheduled for mid-November 2023.
Test operations are currently underway, during which large-scale equipment and the complex building technology of the new 26,500 m² building are being tested and calibrated.
The handover to the operator, Gesundheit Burgenland, is scheduled for February 2024. According to Governor Doskozil, the new hospital will be opened to the public just 1-2 months later. Visitors should be able to form their own impression of the architecturally particularly successful modern clinic. The pursued goal of creating the most pleasant environment possible for patients was visibly achieved.
The relocation from the neighboring old building and the commissioning phase are then scheduled for final completion at the end of May 2024 – around 1 month ahead of the originally planned date.
Together with Moser Architects ZT GmbH, Thomas Lorenz ZT GmbH as general ÖBA succeeded in keeping not only the construction time but also the budget despite the adverse circumstances of the last years.
You can find the press report of the ORF here: https://tvthek.orf.at/profile/Burgenland-heute/70021/Burgenland-heute/14193762/Klinik-Oberwart-2024-in-Betrieb/15468315
Construction site visit S 7 Fürstenfelder Schnellstraße
Project manager of Asfinag Ing. Hans-Peter Ritter took the morning to give a detailed presentation of the overall project, which was launched in 2017.
The total traffic clearance of the approx. 857 million and 28.4 kilometers long project is scheduled for mid-2025.
Many thanks to Hans-Peter Ritter for the lively presentation of this impressive transport project and for the opportunity to take a tour of the construction site afterwards. We wish further all the best for the project execution!
You can find more facts and info at
S 7 Fürstenfeld expressway Riegersdorf state border at Heiligenkreuz | ASFINAG
Increase in the number of shareholders of Thomas Lorenz ZT GmbH
Marie Pulsinger has been entrusted with the management of the administration department for many years. It is therefore responsible for all internal company processes.
BM DI (FH) Christian Vötsch brought a lot of know-how in the field of project control and project development to Thomas Lorenz ZT GmbH and is currently working on building up the related department.
DI Roland Zmugg is deputy head of department in the Construction Management | ÖBA department and manages the department together with Manfred Grangl.
We are happy about the growth!
With an even broader ownership structure, we are creating a solid basis for entrepreneurial and responsible action beyond the management board.
Connecting bridge for Google in Dublin is assembled
Thomas Lorenz ‘s team was entrusted by GIG Fassaden GmbH with the structural analysis of the steel structure and the facades of the two connecting bridges and the adjacent building facades in the area where the bridges connect. The architecture was penned by Henry J Lyons, with Arup providing the preliminary structural design.
The centrally placed truss leads to a floating impression. The structural analysis was prepared in close cooperation with the Irish auditor from the Arup office. In addition to the usual verifications, the load-bearing structures also had to be verified for impact sound-induced vibrations. Due to the limited space available on site, the installation concept was a challenge for the company. GIG from Attnang-Puchheim a special challenge. In the end, it was decided to lift the steel structure in individual parts using a 300-ton mobile crane and to assemble the bridge facades later using suspended scaffolding.
A total of almost 110 tons of steel will be used for both bridges. The total weight of both fully extended bridge structures is around 200 tons. Overall completion is scheduled for April 2024.