• Bauprojekte

    © Universität Bielefeld

The new building R.2. is part of the Campus South site concept unveiled at the end of 2019, which sees the new buildings of the Medical Faculty integrated into the existing campus. A further seven building projects for the Medical Faculty will be realised in the coming years

R.2

The office and laboratory building R.2. is the first new building to be realised for the Medical Faculty OWL on the Bielefeld University campus. The building will be situated at Morgenbreede adjacent to the Innovation Centre, and will have a usable floor area of around 3,900 square metres. The new building is being constructed by Bielefeld University in its capacity as building owner.

The building will have five floors, and will be divided into two parts, an office wing for around 120 employees and a laboratory wing housing 45 laboratories. It will be constructed using a modular design. In addition, R.2. will be equipped with a photovoltaic system and a green roof.

The building is part of the Campus South site concept that was unveiled at the end of 2019, which sees the new buildings of the Medical Faculty integrated into the Campus.

Start of construction end 2020 (planned)
Completion

end 2021 (planned)

Main usable area

around 3,900 square metres

Owner Bielefeld University
Construction Cost around 20 million euros net
Use

House the offices and laboratories of the Medical Faculty OWL

  • Universität Bielefeld
    Building R.2. will be erected in close proximity to the first building constructed for the Medical Faculty (R.1.), which is already occupied and was built before the establishment of the Medical Faculty
  • Visualisierung: Goldbeck GmbH
    Laboratories will be situated on the left-hand side of the building, while the offices will be housed on the right-hand side
  • Visualisierung eines zukünftigen Labors im Neubau R.2
    Visualisierung: Goldbeck GmbH
    45 laboratories will be available to researchers of the Medical Faculty OWL
  • Universität Bielefeld/S.Sättele
    In September 2020 the university commissioned Goldbeck with the construction of the building.