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Sports and Culture Meet Timber

Opening Ceremony at Neutal’s Sports and Culture Hall

On March 1st, 2020, the new sports and culture hall made of timber was opened in the municipality Neutal, which is located in the Austrian province Burgenland. After a construction period of only ten months, the wooden hall was completed. It can now be used for sports and cultural events.

Doris Fennes-Wagner moderated the opening ceremony and the Youth Music Lackenbach provided the music. The use for sports activities was immediately proven by the guests who took part in a goal-shooting contest. Among the numerous guests were Erich Trummer, Mayor of Neutal, Patrik Fazekas, Member of the Burgenland Parliament and Managing Director of Burgenland People’s Party, Heinrich Dorner, Provincial Minister, Gernot Reitmaier, Managing Director of JUFA-Hotel Neutal, Hans Niessl, Former Governor of Burgenland, Elisabeth Trummer, Deputy Mayor of Oberpullendorf and Member of the Burgenland Parliament, and the team of architects from SOLID architecture ZT GmbH. Woschitz Engineering ZT GmbH, a member of the Woschitz Group, was represented by Richard Woschitz, Managing Director, and Gunter Artner.

Woschitz Engineering ZT GmbH was in charge of the energy design, the site supervision, the construction management and the site coordination. RWT plus ZT GmbH provided the building physics. The structural design was provided by the cooperation of the Woschitz Engineering ZT GmbH and the RWT plus ZT GmbH. Both companies are members of the Woschitz Group.

In the photo above from left to right, former governor Hans Niessl, managing director Richard Woschitz, mayor Erich Trummer, provincial minister Heinrich Dorner, member to the provincial parliament and deputy mayor of Oberpullendorf Elisabeth Trummer, member to the provincial parliament and managing director of the Burgenland People’s Party Patrik Fazekas are shown. In the photo below from left to right managing director Richard Woschitz, mayor Erich Trummer, architect Christoph Hinterreitner, architect Christine Horner, architect Tibor Tarcsay, former governor Hans Niessl and Gunter Artner are shown.

Photos © C. Woschitz