After a construction period of only 8 months, it is done: The office building of ConCab kabel gmbh in Mainhardt is completely rebuilt and ready for the future. For a long time there were plans to extend the administrative offices. After all, the building constructed in 1985 had become noticeably overaged and could no longer satisfy the current requirements for working conditions and social interaction.
Due to the outstanding flexibility of the existing skeleton structure, the decision was made in 2019 to restructure and expand. For the construction period, temporary offices were set up in a container unit.
The reconstruction was carried out in partnership with the office Kraft + Kraft Architects from Schwäbisch Hall. As it turned out, a good choice. Already the sketch knew how to please, the tendering and awarding process went without any problems and despite the tense situation in the construction industry, the move into the new office could take place 5 weeks earlier than planned.
Only the skeleton of the original building was preserved. Facade, windows, electrical, sanitary, roof insulation – all new. And so now newly designed rooms ensure a balanced working atmosphere: a break and training room with the latest video technology and a large kitchen, a representative meeting room, and – most importantly: bright rooms with the best thermal insulation inside and out. New office furniture makes it possible to work ergonomically in a sitting or standing position. The intelligent lighting rounds up the result.
The best possible level of energy efficiency has also been achieved: lower consumption through conversion to LED, modern energy management and the best thermal insulation of the building with natural materials significantly reduce energy consumption. And this is also served by the new PV system on the roof.
on the whole, a really great thing: The ConCab team feels at home, and with the highlights of the architectural design, such as the entrance area with cable curtain, the pride in the new office is also conveyed to the outside.