Highest Requirements are our Specialty.

In the initial phases of planning swimming pool concepts (outdoor, indoor, combined baths), our planning team already places great importance on exploiting synergic effects with the aim of keeping running costs as low as possible and making operation as cost-effective as possible.

We refer specifically to combined swimming bath facilities, in which the outdoor pool area shares many functional areas with the indoor pool. For example, they can share the changing rooms and access functions. Short pipe routes for the water equipment and common use of the filter chamber reduce the pipe lengths as well as the building costs.

Combined pool facilities are often complemented by separate sauna and wellness sections. The availability of rustic sauna gardens makes the entire bathing complex more attractive.

This can maintain the sporting character of the indoor pool, and together with a modern design, make a big contribution towards making operation commercially viable. The non-swimmer pool in the indoor baths is constructed so that it can also be used as a movement therapy pool and for swimming training. Integrated LED lighting effects in the walls of the pools make them more attractive in the evenings.


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The planning of outdoor swimming baths pays particular attention to exploiting solar energy. For example, installing solar mats on the roofs of the changing rooms and technical equipment buildings generates hot water for the sanitary facilities, without requiring additional heating. Larger roof areas can generate enough hot water to heat the water in a pool, for example the children's pool.

HI Bauprojekt GmbH has the specialists to plan optimal solutions tailored to meet the needs of the customer. Planning to comply with the latest directives, for example the energy saving and drinking water regulations is our everyday business. We can also apply our know-how to optimise existing systems and so achieve cost benefits for our customers. The planning of energy generation plants has to pay attention to optimising the layout. The exploitation of waste heat is playing an ever more important role. We can plan all the ancillary plants for industrial projects according to the requirement profile and the production requirements, and we also take availability and security of supply into account.

The technical engineering involved in planning and constructing clean rooms places the highest demands on the air-conditioning and filtering systems. It is vitally important to minimise the particle load and maximise the chemical purity.

EPC plans all the production processes in a clean room layout with the aid of a list of mechanical equipment, so it can then design a ventilation system for the rooms that meets the high requirements of the ISO or GMP clean room classes. Before the clean rooms are commissioned, EPC qualifies the clean rooms and ventilation systems according to the relevant national guidelines.

We know the loads that such structures are subject to. It is essential to test bridges and engineering structures regularly according to DIN 1076 in order to ensure that these structures remain safe and fit for use over the long term. This is everyday business for our experienced engineers. They carry out tests, and write test reports and structure log books. New knowledge is compared with existing data, and reliably documented in the "SIB-Bauwerke" program. The range of services covers not only the testing of individual structures, but also long-term inspection and testing at the intervals specified by DIN 1076. The bridges and engineering structures we have tested during the last 15 years are a testament to the acknowledged, consistently high quality of our work.