Building and Technical Facility Management (FKTM)
Head of department: Dipl.-Ing. Marion Oelke
The department of Building and Technical Facility Management is responsible for management, maintenance, new construction, redevelopment and technical improvement of HZDR buildings and partially also for the campus as a whole.
It is divided in two thematic groups (contact persons)
running and maintenance of buildings, field installations and streets
operation and upkeep of technical instrumentation in buildings
running all installations for supply and distribution of electricity, heat and water
- maintenance of object documentation and the real estate map
The technical facility management group takes care of all building equipment and also supply engineering facilities of HZDR and VKTA at Dresden, Leipzig and Freiberg.
The essential part of this task is done by companies that are tied to maintenance contracts, framework agreements or individual contracts. The technical facility management group is responsible for preparing the orders and their monitoring, billing and documentation.
In a systematic renovation program supervised the technical facility management group the rehabilitation of infrastructure utilities of the site and its adaptation to the needs of a modern research facility. For example, the entire wastewater and storm water systems were repaired or renewed, the air line was re-routed (fig. 1) and the drinking water network was renewed to meet modern requirements of drinking water hygiene. Also a high-performance power supply (fig. 2) weas built.
A modern building automation (fig. 3) has been established to ensure an efficient operation of technical systems and a comprehensive fault management.
|Fig. 1: renewed pressure air supply system with compressors and air tanks||Fig. 2: New transformer station with emergency power system and central compressed air plant||Fig. 3: Cabinet building automation|
A further object is to ensure continuous operation of the media supply for research equipment and facilities as well as adaptating premises and utilities to new or changed research tasks (fig. 4).
fig. 4: plasma immersion ion implantation
The Civil Engineering Group is responsible for the medium and large construction projects in the area of new building and renovation at the Helmholtz Centre. This includes planning, preparation, supervision and commissioning in building projects. In greater projects external architects and engineers perform most of the planning and supervising work on contractual basis. The orders to construction companies are given after public calls for tender, partially also published in the EU database TED.
Until 2013 this group focussed on the construction of special laboratory buildings as an expansion for the radiation source ELBE, the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory 2.0 and TOPFLOW+ (fig. 5 - 8). 2011, a new guest house for our national and international visiting scholars was built.
|fig. 5: expansion of the radiation source ELBE||fig. 6: Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory 2.0|
|fig. 7: new building TOPFLOW+||fig. 8: guest house for visiting scholars|
2010, the old boiler house was replaced by a modern facility (fig. 9 - 11), which is used to supply heat and electricity generation for the site.
|fig. 9: Renewal of the heat supply and generation of electricity for the site by two combined heat and power plants and two heating boiler||fig. 10: heating boiler||fig. 11: combines heat and power plants|
With this new building, the legal framework, even for future construction projects at the site are met. In this context, all the heat transfer stations at the buildings were also optimized.
In addition to the new construction, renovation and upgrading work was carried out for the existing buildings to adapt to changing scientific use. Much emphasis was put on meeting the requirements of structural fire protection and energy saving regulations (fig. 12 - 13).
|fig. 12: building 240 after renovation|
|fig. 13a: building 620 before renovation||
fig. 13b: building 620 after renovation of the facade (heating energy savings of about 40%)