In the village center of Affoltern am Albis, the residential and commercial building with the former old Schmitte on the first floor is to be preserved. Timbatec was responsible for the timber construction planning and fire protection supervision and supported the building physics with the sound insulation.
The old metal structure was reinforced. Timbatec was responsible for the structural details and dimensioning of the roof and the building envelope. Likewise, Timbatec controlled the thermal bridges and surface condensation risks.
The Coop department store St. Annahof on Zurich's Bahnhofstrasse reopened in November 2019 after eight months of renovation. Timbatec inspected the ceiling structures of the upper two floors. In addition, the stairwell was extended.
The sales area of Landi Plaffeien in the canton of Fribourg was doubled with the extension and conversion project - to around 600 square meters. Timbatec planned the timber construction work of the 2.9 million Swiss franc project.
Two farmers took over the Haldenhof in Hallwil. They want to run the farm in an animal-friendly and ecological way and therefore planned a conversion to be able to supply the farm as independently as possible. A Besenbeiz is to complement the offer.
The listed building "Alte Trotte" from the 16th century has been extensively renovated. The 12 private rooms with shared kitchen, large living room as well as wet cells and common rooms offer space for up to 14 people.
The approximately one hundred year old service facility of the SBB in Biel is a listed building. Timbatec analyzed the condition of the wooden roof structure and worked out the renovation options in cooperation with the monument preservation authorities.
Gstaad has made its sports center fit for the future. In addition to the construction of a wellness area, the wooden support structure of the indoor swimming pool was extensively renovated. Timbatec analyzed its condition and defined the renovation measures.
In Villars-sûr-Glâne, two school buildings were renovated and the gymnasium and the connecting wooden wing were newly built - and all this during ongoing school operations. For everyone involved, this meant planning the work very precisely.
Not far from Zurich Altstetten train station, the PWG Foundation had an apartment building modernized and extended. Timbatec was allowed to accompany the construction project as timber engineer and fire protection planner.
As part of a roof structure refurbishment in the attached indoor swimming pool of the fairy tale hotel Bellevue in Braunwald, the task was to find an aesthetic solution for beams that were (originally) too small in size. The solution presented itself in the form of a steel substructure made of authentic chrome steel.