The new hall has a floor surface of 900 square metres, made mainly of wood. There are also office and meeting rooms in an installation on two levels.
Wood was deliberately selected as the new hall's main building material and has a long tradition as a renewable raw material of both high functionality and safety. In addition to the foundation and the fire wall, which are built of reinforced concrete, the hall is constructed of wood, from the columns and uprights, to the walls, the trusses, and right up to the roof.
The photovoltaic system on the roof generates clean electricity that is immediately used for the building's own needs. An intelligent waste heat concept converts the production heat for the hall's heating or cooling supply. This way, the first steps are taken towards a circular economy, and the energy generated during production is put to optimal use.