New Projext: Triiiple

We at the ZAUNERGROUP are proud to be part of the “Triiiple” project. Triiiple is currently the largest construction project for the creation of living space and offices in Austria and also the first project where 5 high-rise buildings are heated and cooled CO2 neutral with Donau water. After completion, our Zauner facilities will heat and cool 480 luxury apartments, 670 student apartments and offices for Austro Contol and the ASFINAG headquarters.

Continuation of business despite restrictions due to COVID-19

Dear partners,

The current COVID-19 pandemic presents us with special challenges that we can only overcome together. Our top priority is the responsibility for our employees and their families – BUT we must also continue to fulfil our obligations to our customers, suppliers and partners as best we can within the framework of the given possibilities.

Already last week we have taken organisational measures to protect our staff in the best possible way and to continue the current operation as smoothly as possible despite the restrictions imposed. All employees who do not necessarily have to work in the offices or on the construction sites work from home (telework). Our employees are all equipped with the necessary equipment and have the usual access to our server systems and thus to all relevant project data.

Despite this limitation we will try to keep the operation as normal as possible. The primary goal is the preservation of jobs as well as safety and health of our employees!

Stay safe!

AGRANA opens second wheat starch plant at Pischelsdorf (NÖ)

The fruit, starch and sugar group AGRANA has built a second wheat starch plant at the site of its biorefinery in Pischelsdorf in the Tullnerfeld region & Zaunergroup was among those involved. We were contracted for the decanter station as well as the equipment assembly of the starch factory and the decanter station. Furthermore, we also completed the piping for the starch and gluten drying. 5 km of pipes, 7000 fittings, 25 tons of secondary steel construction, … was installed in over 64,000 hours of work. The project was completed safe, on time and without any incidents. The start of construction was in March 2018, the plant was completed in December 2019.

More information about the new plant can be found here:

fotocredit: AGRANA/Michaela Bruckberger

Half time in Prague

The operator of the Prague municipal waste incineration plant, Prazske sluzby a.s. has ordered the ZAUNERGROUP for the engineering, the supply, the dismantling/erection and commissioning for the “revamping” of the flue gas cleaning systems of the 4-line municipal waste incineration plant. Hereby, all 4 existing flue gas cleaning systems of the municipal waste incineration plant will be adapted to the new incineration technologies and boiler conditions over the next 4 years. The reconstruction will increase the availability with this new facilities and thus restore the safety for the waste incineration of the city of Prague and its surroundings.

Smurfit Kappa Nettingsdorf invests & Zauner is part of it

Smurfit Kappa Nettingsdorf is investing €134 million at its Nettingsdorf site to renew the energy supply as part of the Future Energy Plant project. The core of the project is a new soda boiler and a new steam turbine. Zauner Anlagentechnik GmbH is part of this project with the section “Balance of Plants”. This part includes the connection of the new plant with the existing one, as well as a new condensate system and the piping of the turbine hall. Zauner provides the know-how in design and planning as well as the competence in assembly and the global control concept.

A milestone was the lifting of the 105 t B2 pipe bridge, which was lifted in two parts on 20.11.2019. A truck-mounted crane with a load capacity of 500t was used for this purpose. The upcoming work includes the completion of the condensate system and the lifting of the remaining three pipe bridges in January. Also in January, the assembly work will start in the turbine hall, which represents the largest part of the BOP construction phase. The new plant will start up in summer 2020, replacing the old soda boiler and steam turbine.