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Groundbreaking ceremony for “Campus Tölz”

Groundbreaking ceremony for “Campus Tölz”

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This is what Campus Tölz will look like after the first two construction phases. Possibility of expansion to include a fourth building. The two buildings on the right will be built first. © Visualization: SMPL GBR Munich

The buildings are being constructed directly on the B13 road which will provide a home for innovation, research and technology. The groundbreaking ceremony for “Campus Tölz” was held on Thursday

Bad Tölz – Investor Hanspeter Schubert has been planning for three years. “It has been exciting, exciting and sometimes exhausting,” said the managing director of Technologie Park Tölz Vermögensgesellschaft mbH on Thursday morning at the official groundbreaking ceremony for the “Campus Tölz” on the B13. “Now I'm looking forward to implementing it because I think it will be easier.”

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Four buildings in three construction phases

Schubert stressed that the project, which is being carried out on site between Lettenholz and SAM (formerly Sitec), is “something special”. Four buildings are being built in three phases on 25,000 square meters of land to provide a home for innovation, research and technology. “We want to address companies that want to look clearly into the future and increase their development and research potential,” Schubert said. One can particularly imagine aerospace, hydrogen development, robotics and the field of new materials. “We have a list of ideal candidates that we would like to see here on campus.”

Grabbing a spade: (from left) Professor Thomas Stump (University of Munich), Deputy District Director Thomas Holz, investor Hanspeter Schubert, Mayor Ingo Miner and architect Sven O.  bot.
Grabbing a spade: (from left) Professor Thomas Stump (University of Munich), Deputy District Director Thomas Holz, investor Hanspeter Schubert, Mayor Ingo Miner and architect Sven O. bot. © Arb

The first tenant is Tiesio from the Munich University of Applied Sciences

The first two buildings are scheduled to be completed in the second half of 2025. The tenant has already been decided: Munich University of Applied Sciences will move to the campus with the Transport and Innovation Center in the Oberland – Tiesio for short. “It is a beacon project and a source of inspiration,” Schubert said. “The university will be active here with four laboratories in the fields of additive manufacturing, robotics, IT simulation and tourism.” However, study operations were not planned. Rather, Tizio offers companies in the region the opportunity to work together on research and development projects in the mentioned areas. The Free State of Bavaria provides start-up funding of up to €6.9 million. The district and the city of Bad Tölz will cover the building's rent for the first five years.

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The Towles Campus should be a “sign of a spirit of optimism.”

Four municipalities in the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district applied to be the site of the HM branch. In addition to Bad Tölz, these were the towns of Geritsried and Wolfratshausen as well as the community of Orasburg. The fact that Towles received the contract has certainly sparked critical discussions. Schubert stressed that the “Tolz Campus” is an enrichment for the entire region – from Garmisch to Tegernsee – “and should form a tone in the entire Oberland.” The “campus” is intended to be a “sign of optimism” in times of a somewhat difficult economic situation. “It will not work without education, without innovation, without thinking and working in the field of entrepreneurship – regardless of the form of policy,” Schubert stressed.

“A unique opportunity to combine business and local research”

About 20 million euros will flow into the first planning and construction phase. State Member of Parliament and Deputy District Director Thomas Holz thanked the investor for his “courage” in implementing this project. This creates “a unique opportunity for the local economy – from handicrafts to industrial companies – to collaborate with research,” Holz said. Many companies are currently changing their business processes and structures – for reasons of cost or climate protection. “This innovation center in Oberland provides an excellent opportunity,” Holz said.

The mayor is happy with the jobs being created here

Mayor Ingo Mehner sees the same thing. He is also excited about the jobs that will be created on campus. “It is important for us not to turn into a bedroom community, but to remain attractive to people who want to live and work here. The jobs on offer here “are exactly the ones we want and need.” There are many people “who have jobs with a technical focus, who They lose their jobs every day Munich I move around, but I don't really want to.” The campus offers new possibilities here.

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Designed according to KfW40 standard

Now is “exactly the right time to invest. At a time when a lot of people are hesitating, thinking, they don't know what to do,” Mehner said. “But if everything continues at some point as we envision, the buildings should be available as well. This now requires “people who are personally engaged and invested and willing to take risks,” Maner told Schubert.

The theme of sustainability also plays a role in the project. The buildings should fit harmoniously into the hilly site. Designed according to KfW40 standard. The campus will be connected to the city's district heating network. There are also integrated photovoltaic systems for the facades, green spaces with flat and varied roofs and the use of recycled concrete. The outdoor areas will be designed “park-like,” Schubert said. (fa)