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Elementary school in Harleshausen combines a new technique wood and concrete

Extension of the Ernst Lenius School in Harleshausen

As part of the all-day expansion at the Ernst-Leinius School, a new wood-concrete composite construction method developed by the University of Kassel is being tested in practice for the first time. The new technique was developed by the University of Kassel with the aim of further optimizing the quality and sustainability of modern timber construction.

The project was co-initiated by Dr.-Ing. Johannes Hummel, who is responsible for structural engineering at "EFG Beratenden Ingenieure". Practical support came from the timber construction company "Langhuth Holzbau". Manfred Lenhart from the architects' office Baufrösche is responsible as planner for the extension to the Ernst-Leinius School.

Publication in publik, issue 3/2022