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Schulz Group moves into the new head office

Schulz Group moves into new head office – the course is set for expansion in Ravensburg-Erlen. “We are the engineers of the future – here and now”. This has been the Schulz Group's motto since 1986. At that time, Reinhold Schulz founded the company "Schulz Konstruktionen" in Ravensburg. Now, some of the subsidiaries are meeting again under one roof. With the new building and the move to Ravensburg-Erlen, the Schulz Group wants to pool its strengths at one location.

“It is precisely this togetherness that is very important to us, because our success over all these years is the result of the exceptional creativity, innovative strength and passion of our teams,” says CEO Sven Schulz. This is one of the reasons why the company decided to merge the companies Schulz Group GmbH, Mage Solar GmbH and NetAllied Systems GmbH, which were previously located in Tettnang and Ravensburg, as well as two branches of Schulz Engineering GmbH.

With up to 220 state-of-the-art office and CAD workstations, the new, energy-efficient and sustainably designed company building in Ravensburg-Erlen not only offers the companies plenty of space for joint ideas over an area of almost 5,000 square meters, but also charts the course for the future from the place where it all started. The new head office enables the family-run company to maintain what it is proud of: proximity and personal contact as well as trusting cooperation – with the customers and the employees.

In total, the Schulz Group has invested approximately 10 million euros in its new head office. There were around 160 workplaces occupied following the move, all designed in line with the open-space office concept. Spacious meeting rooms and coffee lounges in all sections of the building are intended to contribute to a pleasant working atmosphere.

The energy-efficient building concept includes, among other things, a so-called underfloor cooling and heating system that ensures a pleasant temperature in both summer and winter. The energy for this is taken from geothermal energy in conjunction with a heat pump, which is largely fed by the electrical energy from the PV system installed on the flat roof. 194 modules with approximately 318 square meters generate an average of more than 40,880 kilowatts of environmentally friendly electricity annually. The electricity generated can save almost 24 tons of CO2 emissions. In short, the building is built so efficiently that it is 70% p.a. self-sufficient in energy.

The new head office contains an automatic ventilation system that provides the building with an adequate amount of fresh air at all times of the year, even without window ventilation, as well as lighting that has been fully equipped with energy-saving LED technology and a synchronous Internet connection with a speed of up to 300 Mbit; in addition, all floors of the new building are accessible without barriers.

The modern four-story building complex continues to meet the requirements for silver certification under the guidelines of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB).

Today, the Schulz Group also includes Akasol GmbH (Darmstadt), Lang Tube Tec (Lorsch) and Dengler Tube Tec and Dengler Engineering (both Witten), which will remain at their current locations. Schulz Engineering's offices in Braunschweig, Jena and Völklingen will also remain in place.

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