CITIZEN INFORMATION

“We are building on the future” was the overarching theme at the first citizen-oriented exchange on site at the 10-hectare site in Helmut-Sülzle-Strasse. “Green Innovation Park” is the name of the innovative center that is now being built on the A81 at the initiative of the family-owned company SÜLZLE after years of preparatory work. This provides for innovations and a better future with a holistic sustainability claim. Heinrich and Andreas Sülzle, the builders of the “Green Innovation Park powered by SÜLZLE”, as well as the mayor Stefan Hammer from Vöhringen and his Sulzer colleague Gerd Hieber were on site and held stimulating discussions with the local population. The citizens* had the opportunity to learn first-hand what and who is behind the project…

PRESS EVENT

“Green Innovation Park” is the name of the innovative center that is now being built on the A81 at the initiative of the family-owned company SÜLZLE after years of preliminary work. The construction project is being implemented in close cooperation with strategic partners such as Drees & Sommer, a consulting and planning company specializing in construction and real estate, the architects from kadawittfeldarchitektur, the energy company E.ON and its subsidiary Bayernwerk Natur, and the system solution provider for digital infrastructures PHOENIX CONTACT. Together, they presented the Green Innovation Park to the press for the first time today. In the Green Innovation Park, future-oriented companies from the fields of energy…

INVITATION TO THE GIP CITIZEN INFORMATION

“We are building for the future” is the overarching theme at the first on-site citizen dialog on the 10-hectare site of the new GreenInnovationPark. Heinrich and Andreas Sülzle, the developers of the “Green Innovation Park powered by SÜLZLE”, as well as the mayor Stefan Hammer from Vöhringen and his Sulzer colleague Gerd Hieber are looking forward to stimulating discussions with the local population. The citizens* will have the opportunity to learn first-hand what and who is behind the project on the former brickworks site of the Sülzle family. “Personal exchange with citizens from the region is very important to us,” says Heinrich Sülzle. “We want to create a coexistence of work and life…