Strabag wins €100 million university contract

By Helen Wright29 March 2012

Austrian contractor Strabag's subsidiary Züblin has won a €100 million contract to build campus for Hamm-Lippstadt University in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

German federal state-owned developer Bau- und Liegenschaftsbetrieb NRW awarded the contract, which involves construction of lecture halls, laboratories, administration buildings and dining halls.

The project will see a total of 59,000m² gross floor area built over two different construction sites -38,000m² of gross floor area will be built at the Hamm Campus and 21,000m² at Lippstadt.

Strabag said three-to-four-storey buildings would be built as part of the contract and would be constructed for the most part as steel-and-concrete structures with facing brick façades and aluminium ribbon windows

The two campuses offer enough places for about 2,500 students.

Delivered directly to your inbox, Construction Europe Newsletter features the pick of the breaking news stories, product launches, show reports and more from KHL's world-class editorial team.
More News from Construction Europe
Skanska raises the climate bar
Swedish construction giant now targeting 70% carbon emissions reduction by 2030
Peri launches digital concrete monitoring kit
Temperature Monitoring and Concrete Maturity Kit takes temperature readings from different points in concrete
ISG starts construction of ‘UK’s first gigaplant’
Britishvolt manufacturing facility in Northumberland will produce 300,000 low-carbon battery cells for automotive sector
Mike Hayes Editor, Construction Europe Tel: +44 (0)1892 786 231 E-mail:
Simon Kelly Sales Manager Tel: +44 (0) 1892 786 223 E-mail: