OETTINGER BREWERY: NEW OFFICE BUILDING OCCUPIED
The Oettinger company needed more space and, at the same time, wanted to improve safety conditions. The “Reception/Access” and “Logistics/Shipping” sections have now been combined in a new building in a prominent position on the southern brewery site on the Otto-Kollmar-Strasse. This enabled access for suppliers, people collecting goods and visitors to be managed – an important criterion for a modern food producer.
We regard the new building as the reinforcement of Oettingen as a business centre. The Kollmar family, representatives of the brewery and Taglieber-Holzbau present the newly occupied building to Oettingen Mayor Petra Wagner.
About the building
- 2-storey timber-framed building with monopitch roof
- Gross ground floor area: 401.50 m2
- Gross floor area: 803.00 m2
- Total usable floor space: 690.00 m2
- Design time: 10/2014 – 06/2015
- Construction time: 07/2015 – 03/2016
- Design: Oettinger Brauerei GmbH (J. Leubner, Architect)
- Locally-based firms involved in the construction:
- Taglieber-Holzbau GmbH, Oettingen
- Neureiter GmbH, Fremdingen
- Engelhardt Heizung-Sanitär GmbH, Deiningen and Graule Gebäudetechnik GmbH, Nördlingen
15 members of staff work in the new modern space, flooded with natural daylight, which has been designed from an energy-saving perspective. They are all thrilled with the additional space and greater comfort, with walking distances being kept comfortably short. Two new conference rooms have also been built, both equipped with the latest media equipment, and offering sufficient space for larger groups of visitors and seminars.
Bright and friendly: the new sales office offers perfect working conditions
Producing around 930 million litres, the Oettinger Group is one of Germany’s largest brewing companies. Every year it bottles around 2 billion bottles and cans with bier, beer-mix drinks and soft drinks. The family-owned company, which has been based in the Bavarian town of Oettingen since 1731, now has a workforce of around 1,050. Apart from end-to-end quality control, state-of-the-art production facilities at four different sites, two logistics centres and company-wide environmental awareness, the company also endeavours to provide attractive pricing – made possible by efficient direct sales. Oettinger products are sold across the globe. The entire range of beer has also carried the official GMO-FREE” seal since March 2013 – in the spring of 2015, the “GMO-FREE” or “Non-GMO” seal extended to export beers.