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Real estate


Project Villingen-Schwenningen Referenz-Villingen-Schennigen

Goethestr. 12-22 | 13-21 | 23-27
Scheffelstr. 7, 9, 11, 12
Villingen-Schwenningen


Abstract

Due to an extensive project of reassessment Niersberger modernised several buildings at the crossways Scheffelstraße/Goethestraße in Villingen-Schwenningen on the brink of Black Forrest. With regard to modern aspects a total of 55 accommodations was rebuilt and thus created as attractive residential property in the long term.

Start of modernisation was marked by the buildings Goethestraße 12 to 22. The modernisation of listed buildings Goethestraße 13 to 21 and Scheffelstraße 7 followed up. The demolition of residential buildings Goethestraße 23 to 27 came next, which led to the errection of a new construction including a basement garage at the very same site. In the last stage of construction the neighbouring residential buildings of Scheffelstraße 9 to 11, which were also listed, came to be modernised. Building services engineering in all estates were extensively renovated. A 220 kW strong pellet heating system enforces a „clean“ energy balance of all residential buildings.


The project at a glance

Purchaser : Cooperative building association Villingen eG

Project: Modernisation and construction of 55 accommodations

Contract volume: 12.7 million EUR

Accomplishment: from August 2007 to May 2011

 

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Project Villingen-Schwenningen Warenburgareal Referenz Warenburgareal-Villingen-Schwennigen

Von-Rechberg-Straße 17
Langstraße 2 | 2/2 | 4
Warenburgareal | Villingen-Schwenningen


Abstract

Niersberger realised the establishment of needed housing space on enquired sites at Warenburg areal in Villingen. Residential buildings, that had been getting on in the years, were tore down in order to be substituted by four buildings with a total of 93 contemporary designed accommodations.

The origin of this measure was based in a competition of urban management in 2011. The planning optimisation of call for bids as main contractor followed up. In the beginning of 2013 the existing buildings were tore down. Thus in May the activities of first stage of construction started. That stage was finally completed in November 2014. Building shell works of second stage of construction were launched in April 2015, completion of the building is scheduled for autumn 2016. In order to serve demands of a „clean“ energy balance, all four houses are energy efficient following the German standard of KfW 55. Pellet heating systems run by 220 kW provide a constantly low level of energy use.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Cooperative building association Villingen eG

Project: Modernisation and construction of 55 accommodations

Contract volume: 12.5 million EUR

Execution construction stage I: Bauabschnitt 1: from Mai 2013 to November 2014

Execution construction stage II: from April 2015 to October 2016

 

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Project Peter-Cornelius-Str.Projekt-Peter-Cornelius_Str


Abstract

A real estate, formerly used as facility for professional school system, has been taken as occasion by Niersberger to create new housing space. SItuated in the suburbs not far from Erfurt town centre, there have been created 24 accommodations with exalted modern standards.

Since November 2013 the built volumes were registered. After grant of building licence in May 2014 the building shell was reinforced with additional brickwork and steal beams. Thus the requirements of purpose of utilisation were finally met. By the end of 2014 and the first half of 2015 accommodations have been frequently completed. Wooden parquet floors, underfloor heating and amply balconies just stand representatively for exalted comforts in furnishing. Thereby Niersberger obviously met the taste of apartment-hunters: While the reals estate still was under construction, some 85 percent of the apartments were already rented. The realisation of this demanding construction project turned out to be a success for all parties involved.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Projekt Bauart WohnInvest GmbH

Project: Conversion of a professional school real estate into a modern housing complex

Location: suburbs in the midst of city centre and local recreation areas

Contract volume: 3.1 million EUR

Accomplishment: from March 2014 to August 2015

 

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Biogas Plants


Projekt Neulewin I

Niersberger Projekt Neulewin


Abstract

The biogas plant runs with several non-fossil resources. The production of energy is thereby based on corn, dung of cows and turkey hens, slurry and sugar beets.

The plant ist lighted with 4.950 tons (t) of corn silage, 2.000 t cow dung, 9.000 t slurry, 4.000 t turkey hen dung and 1.755 t sugar beet. A total of 21705 t fuel generates an actual value of 600 kilowatt (kW) of energy. Theoretical capacity adds up to approximately 800 kW. The generated biogas is conveyed to a downstream block-type thermal power station that has generated a total of 4.993.200 kilowatt hours kWh of biogas since the plant was brought to service in 2013. The complete amount of energy was fed into commercial electric supply network.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Bioenergie Neulewin I GmbH
Project: installation of a biogas plant with downstream block-type thermal power station
Contract volume: 3.8 million EUR
Accomplishment: from August 2013 to October 2013

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Projekt Neulewin II

Niersberger Aktuelles Projekt Neulewin II


Abstract

The biogas plant runs with several non-fossil resources. The production of energy is thereby based on corn, dung of cows and turkey hens, slurry and sugar beets.

The plant ist lighted with 4.950 tons (t) of corn silage, 2.000 t cow dung, 9.000 t slurry, 4.000 t turkey hen dung and 1.755 t sugar beet. A total of 21705 t fuel generates an actual value of 600 kilowatt (kW) of energy. Theoretical capacity adds up to approximately 800 kW. The generated biogas is conveyed to a downstream block-type thermal power station that has generated a total of 4.993.200 kilowatt hours kWh of biogas since the plant was brought to service in 2013. The complete amount of energy was fed into commercial electric supply network.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Bioenergie Neulewin II GmbH
Project: installation of a biogas plant with downstream block-type thermal power station
Contract volume: 3.8 million EUR
Accomplishment: from June 2013 to September 2013

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Projekt Friedland

Niersberger Projekt in Friedland


Abstract

The biogas plant was put into operation after a construction time of six months. The clou about it: Due to the amendment of German Renewable Energy Act the whole plant concept had to be adapted during the construction process. The biogas plant runs with several non-fossil resources. The production of energy is based on use of animal excreta or vegetable-based substrata.

The plant ist lighted with 6.000 tons (t) of corn, 1.100 t cow dung, 1.200 t vegetable-based silage of grain, 1.050 t hen feaces and 800 t cow slurry. A total of 10.150 t fuel generates an actual value of 600 kilowatt (kW) of energy. Applying an organic-rankine-cycle-technology (ORC) additional 60 kW can be won. The plant is connected to a downstream block-type thermal power station. Generated gas serves as fuel for its operational mode. Thus, since the plant’s implementation an amount of roughly 5 m kWh of electricity could be generated.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Bioenergie Friedland GmbH
Project: installation of a biogas plant with downstream block-type thermal power station
Contract volume: 3.8 million EUR
Accomplishment: from July 2012 to December 2012

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Projekt Storkow

Niersberger Projekt in Storkow


Abstract

After one and a half year of construction the biogas plant Storkow was finally put into operation. The clou about it: In order to enable the hydrolysation of substrata, the whole plant installation was realized with a lying upstream solid fermenter. The production of energy is based on duck slurry, hen feaces, silage of corn and ryegrass.

The plant ist lighted with 7.180 tons (t) of corn silage, 860 t ryegrass silage, 4.500 t hen feaces and 3.500 t duck slurry. All together, an amount of 16.040 t fuel generate some 600 kilowatt of energy. Installed services rank with approximately 800 kW, which means an anual production of 6.657.600 kWh. A downstream block-type thermal power station transports this sum into the commercial electric supply network. Moreover, there is an anual generation of 4.200.000 of warmth.


The project at a glance

Purchaser: Bioenergie Storkow GmbH
Project: installation of a biogas plant with downstream block-type thermal power station
Contract volume: 5.1 million EUR
Accomplishment: from June 2013 to September 2014

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Solar Plants


Project Colleferro Solaranlage Colleferro

IT-00034 Colleferro (RM)

Abstract

A surface of 42.000 sqm imposes the Colleferro solar plant to the largest solar power system constructed on a roof. After a construction time of nearly eight months, the solar plant was brought to service on the rooftop of a 46 ft high industrial building.

The power installed on the solar plant amounts to 3.488 kilowatt-peak (kWp), which enables the plant to an annual production of 4.5 m kWh of solar electricity. That electricity is meant for feeding public Italian power supply system. The reimbursement is geared to Conto Energia II, a feeding regulation for self-made electricity.

 

The project at a glance

Contract volume: 11.8 million EUR
Accomplishment: from April 2010 to December 2010
Installed power: 3.488 KWp
Output: approx. 4.500.000 kWh per year

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Project Nogarole Rocca I Rocca I

Via Adige
IT-37060 Nogarole Rocca (VR)

Abstract

In 2009 Niersberger errected a solar plant on the roof of an industrial building in Nogarole Rocca, a municipality not far from Verona in Veneto district. This very project displays the first of its kind throughout Italy. Thus provision of approvals by the Italian authorities turned out to be one of the project’s main challenges.

A thoroughly clocked project development served as a proper base to finish the plant construction within three months successfully. The power thereby installed amounts to 859 kilowatt-peak (kWp). Resorting to this performance, the plant produces an annual average of approximately 925.000 kWh of solar electricity, which is entirely sold to the Italian electricity supplier ENEL. The feeding of Nogarole Rocca solar plant into regional medium-voltage power grid is determined by Conto Energia II, an Italian regulation of remuneration of feeding passed in 2009.

 

The project at a glance

Contract volume: 3.8 million EUR
Accomplishment: from July 2009 to October 2009
Installed power: 859 kWp
Output: approx. 925.000 kWh per year

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Project Nogarole Rocca II Rocca II

Via Adige
IT-37060 Nogarole Rocca (VR)

Abstract

In 2009 Niersberger built a solar plant upon a roof of an industrially used building. The plant revealed to be an environmentally friendly and financially attractive producer of current. Hence Niersberger decided to enlarge the plant. Nogarole Rocca I was soon to be followed by Nogarole Rocca II.

In Northern Italy the conditions on site render possibility for an increase in production of eco-friendly solar-electricity. Due to the experiences of Nogarole Rocca I the engineers were able to revert to situational know-how. Mainly the adaption of resources and technical configurations to the latest frame conditions was brought into focus then. Nogarole Rocca II was installed on the neighbouring building of Nogarole Rocca I amounting on 14 metres as well. The electricity produced on both plants is meant to be sold to the Italian power supplier ENEL in the course of a climate neutral business modell.

 

The project at a glance

Contract volume: 3.6 million EUR
Accomplishment: from October 2010 to December 2010
Installed power: 854 kWp
Output: approx. 955.000 kWp per year

Download: Solaranlage Nogarole Rocca II


Project RiberaRibera

Contrada Cuci Cuci
IT- 92016 Ribera (AG)

Abstract

In autumn 2010 the Italian unit of the Niersberger Group, Nuove tecnologie S.r.l. built a solar plant in the municipality of Ribera on Sicily. The plant is also called Ribera. This project sets a milestone as Niersberger has not realised plants of that size on ground level in Italy before.

Due to these circumstances the conditions on site of that outdoor plant differed in various aspects to those built on roofs, which had been constructed successfully before. A properly developed project management laid foundation for a construction time which could be complied with ease. The solar plant was put into operation straight after. The idea of Ribera is to produce electricity on climate-neutral basis and to retail it to Italian power supplier ENEL.

 

The project at a glance

Contract volume: 4.5 million EUR
Accomplishment: from October 2010 to December 2010
Installed power: 994,52 kWp
Output: approx. 1.6 million kWp per year

Download: Project Ribera

 

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