WOLF has been awarded a contract to provide air handling/ventilation systems for AUSTRIA CAMPUS, Austria’s largest construction project. Approximately 500 million euros are being invested in this major project at Praterstern. AUSTRIA CAMPUS is a MULTI-USE PROPERTY that will provide office space, retail space, a day care, a canteen, a conference and events centre and a hotel. For a building complex of this scale, sophisticated, structured planning is the most important foundation for proper implementation and functionality.
Function: Production hall for food processing
Objective: High-performance air handling system that meets hygiene requirements
Special features: High level of seawater resistance and a reinforced base frame
Total air volume: 1,297,200 m³/h
Heat recovery: 13,626 kW
Heating output: 8160 kW
Cooling capacity: 6770 kW
ALLPLAN, Vienna and ZFG-Projekt, Baden were responsible for planning the project. ARGE Bacon, Ortner was responsible for installing the HVAC system. Due to the tight schedule, the production and processing capacities of the prospective supplier were an important criterion. As expected, WOLF met these requirements. In addition to delivering the appliances, WOLF was also commissioned to bring them on site and assemble them. This demonstrates the confidence that the client had in us. WOLF provided a well-organised partnership, which played a central role in the overall success of the project.