The basis for the execution of the renovation is the inventory and the evaluation of the building substance.
Remediation work is associated with high material and cost expenditure. Therefore, planning decisions should be based on professional principles. Analyses of the building fabric provide concrete indications for the methods of construction.
Samples of the building fabric, which are evaluated in the laboratory, and moisture measurements on- site provide information on the required moisture insulation and the choice of building materials for the renovation measures.
A comprehensive holistic redevelopment should also examine the possibilities of creating additional living and usable space. As part of this renovation, an office, a meeting room, a toilet, and a control room for demonstration and research purposes should be installed in the basement.
The top floor is for the most part not developed. With the extension of the attic and collar beam floor, an additional apartment will be created in the building. A spiral staircase connects the attic and collar beam floor.
The additionally planned living and utility areas also require a change in the exterior façade. Additional windows are required for the top floor apartment. The basement will have a separate entrance.