TherapieStützpunkt

  • Building Type : Other building
  • Construction Year : 2017
  • Delivery year : 2017
  • Address 1 - street : Oberndorfer Straße 17 3251 PURGSTALL AN DER ERLAUF, Austria
  • Climate zone : [Dfb] Humid Continental Mild Summer, Wet All Year

  • Net Floor Area : 238 m2
  • Construction/refurbishment cost : 501 480 €
  • Cost/m2 : 2107.06 €/m2

Certifications :

  • Primary energy need :
    13 kWhpe/m2.year
    (Calculation method : Other )
Energy consumption
Economical buildingBuilding
< 50A
A
51 à 90B
B
91 à 150C
C
151 à 230D
D
231 à 330E
E
331 à 450F
F
> 450G
G
Energy-intensive building

Environmental awareness, modern architecture, and health

The innovative project "TherapieStützpunkt" in Purgstall an der Erlauf (Southern Austria) was set up by the company Holzbau Strigl GmbH in 2017. It is a contemporary building with a barrier-free access ramp and a usable area of around 240m², distributed over 2 floors in a shell made of constructed wooden frames.

Modern architecture and ecological construction are combined in this project, with wood playing a major role.

The goal for this building was to create an optimal room for every patient and every therapist and taking care of the individual treatment.

A team of freelance therapists, with a wide variety of focuses in physiotherapy, is offering many different training methods in these rooms.

This range of advanced treatment methods and progressive technology is also reflected in the building. The latest building technology and the use of natural building materials represent environmental awareness.

The company Holzbau Strigl from Lunz am See attaches particular importance to the reduction of greenhouse gases in the implementation and use of every building. The materials used for the facade are environment friendly, made of wood, and the insulation is made of cellulose. During the implementation, great attention was paid to cooperation with regional companies. Short distances also protect the environment.

Timber construction by Holzbau Strigl:

- 32cm wooden stand construction + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers

- 10cm installation level filled with wood wool

- Ventilated facade for good moisture transport and weather protection

- total thickness 54cm

- U-value outer wall 0.098 W / m²K Door /

Window construction:

- Wooden windows with triple glazing

- UW value 0.71 W / m²K Building services

- description: - Air / water heat pump with comfort ventilation Drexel & Weiss X²A9

- Loxone Smart Home automation for shading and lighting

 

A heat-pump is used as the heating system for room heating and hot water preparation.

Heat recovery is used for the ventilation system.

See more details about this project

 https://klimaaktiv-gebaut.at/therapiestuetzpunkt-purgstall.htm
 http://www.xn--therapiesttzpunkt-c3b.at/?page=home
 https://passivehouse-database.org/index.php?lang=de#d_5762

Data reliability

Self-declared

Photo credit

All picture belong to Holzbau Strigl GmbH
Fotograf: Auftragsfoto.at

Contractor

    Holzbau Strigl GmbH

    Sabrina Gassner, sabrina.gassner[a]ecoconcept.at

Construction Manager

    EcoConcept GmbH

    Sabrina Gassner, sabrina.gassner[a]ecoconcept.at

Stakeholders

    Others

    Wolfgang Auer Bau-und Möbeltischlerei

    074872860

Contracting method

Other methods

Owner approach of sustainability

 As a regional pioneer for ecological and environmentally conscious building, the company Holzbau Strigl, under timber construction master Adi Strigl, attaches great importance to the reduction of CO2 greenhouse gases in the implementation and use of every building.

With hot water heat recovery, underground storage for cooling in summer, and an energy source in winter, the building not only saves up to 85% valuable energy but instead receives a healthy indoor climate.

Regionality is capitalized here. Therefore we prefer to work with other regional companies. This allows for short distances - which in turn is good for the environment and also enables us to work efficiently and economically. But the human factor also plays a big role here, because we like to work with familiar people and their own products.

Architectural description

Wood plays a key role in the union of modern architecture and ecological construction.

The aim of this project was to provide for patients and therapists alike to create an optimal space.

The building is accessible through a covered access ramp, and the rooms are barrier-free and flooded with light. 

Space has been created here for every type of therapy: from sports to physical therapy and massage therapy, all applications can be found in these rooms. And so these innovations are also reflected in the building.

A contemporary building with a shell made of constructed wooden frames gives this building its special appearance. The building blends in harmoniously with the surroundings, without being intrusive. And especially in the evening, it is an atmospheric eye-catcher with its wooden facade. A ventilated facade was constructed here for good moisture removal and weather protection. The wooden windows are made with triple glazing.

If you had to do it again?

At this point we can say that this project speaks for great success from all sides.
The building is so popular, many therapists want to work there and also the patients are very happy. So the building will be expanded in the near future.

Building users opinion

Statement from Mr. Spieslehner, building user and owner:
“Our therapists feel very comfortable in the new building that was built in 2017. The well-structured and barrier-free rooms are flooded with light, and together with the natural building material wood, create a pleasant and beautiful workplace. "

Energy consumption

  • 13,00 kWhpe/m2.year
  • 30,00 kWhpe/m2.year
  • Other

  • 36,00 kWhfe/m2.year
  • All details on the energy identification are in the documents.

Envelope performance

    Thermal envelope

    Outer wall

    32cm wooden stand construction + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers
    10cm installation level filled with wood wool
    Ventilated facade for good moisture transport and weather protection
    U-value = 0.098 W / (m2K)


    Basement ceiling/floor slab

    20cm XPS under 25cm reinforced concrete slab
    5cm EPS granules
    3cm rolljet
    6cm cement screed U-value = 0.128 W / (m2K)


    Top, roof

    2.4 cm noise
    44 cm rafters incl. Doubling + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers
    2.4 cm economy formwork
    1.5 cm plasterboard U-value = 0.096 W / (m2K)


    Window frames

    “Auer window”, PH window by Master company Wolfgang Auer e.U.,
    Solid wood windows in spruce with a frame thickness of 95mm
    U w value = 0.85 W / (m2K)


    Glazing

    Triple glazing filled with argon
    U g value = 0.5 W / (m2K)
    g value = 50%


    Entrance

    Solid wood door
    U d value = 0.8 W / (m2K)

Systems

    • Heat pump
    • Heat pump
    • No cooling system
    • Natural ventilation
    • Solar photovoltaic
    • Heat pump

GHG emissions

  • 17,00 KgCO2/m2/year
  • OIB Richtline 6

  • 100,00 year(s)

Life Cycle Analysis

    HFC-free insulation and assembly foams / OI3 Index (OI3BG3, BZ 352.

    Because of its environmentally friendly construction, this building has a reduction in CO-2 emissions. Renewable raw materials were used in the shell in particular. Disposal indicator EI10 -> 23.69

Indoor Air quality

    Result of the airtightness test:

    Measured value n50 -> 0.24 1 / h

    The heat pump enables the entire house and the water to be heated with it.

    Heat recovery is used as the ventilation system

Health & Comfort

    - Accessibility:

    An access ramp enables barrier-free access to the house. Also inside, everything was adjusted to meet the different needs of the patients.

    - Outside area:

    There is parking space for the cars of the patients and therapists directly in front of the building.

    As well as several bicycle parking spaces.

    - Inside:

    All windows have triple glazing and this offer good insulation, both against heat and cold and against noise from outside.

     

    The wood construction ensures a high level of comfort in the acoustics.

     

    Outer wall

    - 32cm wooden stand construction + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers

    - 10cm installation level filled with wood wool

    - Ventilated facade for good moisture transport and weather protection

    U-value = 0.098 W / (m2K)

     

    Basement ceiling / floor slab

    - 20cm XPS under 25cm reinforced concrete slab

    - 5cm EPS granules

    - 3cm rolljet

    - 6cm cement screed U-value = 0.128 W / (m2K)

     

    top, roof

    - 2.4 cm noise

    - 44 cm rafters incl. Doubling + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers

    - 2.4 cm economy formwork

    - 1.5 cm plasterboard U-value = 0.096 W / (m2K)

     

     

     

    Window frames

    “Auer window”, PH window by Master company Wolfgang Auer e.U.,

    Solid wood windows in spruce with a frame thickness of 95mm

    U w value = 0.85 W / (m2K)

     

    Glazing

    Triple glazing filled with argon

    U g value = 0.5 W / (m2K)

    g value = 50%

     

    Entrance

    Solid wood door

    U d value = 0.8 W / (m2K)

    All rooms have windows and are flooded with light

Construction and exploitation costs

  • 501 480

Urban environment

Purgstall an der Erlauf is a nice little town in Southern Austria and is very green.

The railway station is not far away, about a 10 min walk.

But of course, most people come to this building because they suffer from physical discomfort, so they come by car. Therefore we have a parking space directly in front of the building.

A little shopping mall with some restaurants is just 5 minutes walk away from the TherapieStützpunkt.

Parking spaces

parking space for cars and bicyles is directly in front of the building

Building Environmental Quality

  • indoor air quality and health
  • biodiversity
  • consultation - cooperation
  • acoustics
  • comfort (visual, olfactive, thermal)
  • waste management (related to activity)
  • energy efficiency
  • renewable energies
  • integration in the land
  • mobility
  • building process
  • products and materials
Timber construction by Holzbau Strigl:

- 32cm wooden stand construction + cellulose insulation in the intermediate chambers

- 10cm installation level filled with wood wool

- Ventilated facade for good moisture transport and weather protection

- total thickness 54cm

- U-value outer wall 0.098 W / m²K Door /

 

Window construction:

- Wooden windows with triple glazing

- UW value 0.71 W / m²K Building services

- description: - Air / water heat pump with comfort ventilation Drexel & Weiss X²A9

- Loxone Smart Home automation for shading and lighting

We guarantee the exclusion of any substances harmful to the climate or other substances of concern.

A heat-pump is used as the heating system for room heating and hot water preparation. Heat recovery is used for the ventilation system.

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