Norbertinum Tullnerbach

The new construction and renovation of the Norbertinum Tullnerbach school complex were carried out according to the plans of the joint venture Mang-KWI, comprising architect Christian Mang and KWI-Engineers GmbH. Vasko+Partner was responsible for the construction supervision (ÖBA), technical building equipment for high-rise buildings, as well as construction coordination management (BauKG). Due to the complexity of the overall project, the different types of use, and the extensive planning area, the entire construction project was divided into several lots for a clear and straightforward presentation. Each individual lot was treated in detail, and the division into lots was further followed in all subsequent planning stages.

The existing building was constructed by the Catholic Orphanage Association between 1881 and 1890 and operated as an orphanage by the Brothers of Christian Schools in Vienna from its opening in 1882. The present school complex consists of an elementary school with nine classes, an agricultural technical school for horse management with six classes, and a boarding school for 120 students. Furthermore, a new gymnasium and a stable with an indoor riding arena and outdoor riding areas were built.

The existing stable building was repurposed as a machinery and workshop building for the technical school. Additionally, a residential building located on the premises and its associated outdoor facilities, including parking spaces, were sensitively renovated. Photos: Norbertinum Tullnerbach.

Client Land NÖ Immobilienverwaltungsges.m.b.H.
Architecture Arge Mang-KWI
Fotos: Gemeinde Tullnerbach