On 4th February 2020, in the presence of the German Chancellor, Dr. Angela Merkel, and the Minister for Economic Affairs of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Harry Glawe, the foundation stone was laid for the construction of the new Centre for Life Science and Plasma Technology in the Hanseatic city of Greifswald. This new laboratory complex is being built, at a cost of approximately 38 million euro, in the immediate vicinity of the university campus, between the BioTechnikum and the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology. It is currently expected that the laboratory complex will open in the second quarter of 2022.
Inros Lackner is responsible for the complete design of the technical building systems in all phases of the project, and also for the supervision of construction. "We are pleased to be able to contribute our extensive experience in the field of laboratory and research buildings to this highly complex construction project with its major focus on technical building systems, working in close cooperation with the client’s and users’ specialist engineers," said the project managers, Markus Hartwig and Björn Malenke, in the presence of the Chancellor.
Following after the Institute for Plasma Science and Technology, the Centre of Drug Absorption and Transport, and the Laboratory and Training Building for Pharmacy and Pharmacology, this is the fourth research and laboratory building on the university campus in Greifswald for which Inros Lackner has provided planning and design services.
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