Gasteig München GmbH
The Gasteig cultural center in Munich was built in the 1980s and is now undergoing extensive renovation after 40 years in operation. The Gasteig is home to various cultural and educational institutions belonging to the city of Munich, such as the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, whose concert hall is also located in the building complex, as well as the Munich Adult Education Center and the City Library.
For financial and ecological reasons, a general renovation was preferred to demolition with a new building. Intep developed a reuse concept for this purpose. The goal of the concept was to determine the potential reuse of components, systems and operating equipment. The reuse concept is intended to consistently implement the circular economy in the planning and construc-tion process. In the general refurbishment of the Gasteig Cultural Center, around two-thirds of the existing building components can be directly reused for the general refurbishment. A fur-ther 20% of the dismantled components, plant and equipment have been used in other projects, while 67% have been recycled and only 13% have been thrown away.
With this concept in mind, intep was able to demonstrate the economic and ecological potential associated with the reuse of components. This resulted in the following solutions for Gasteig: construction waste can be reduced, natural resources conserved, and greenhouse gas emissions and primary energy consumption lowered. In addition, components in good condition can be sold at a profit instead of being disposed of at a cost.
Resource management and circular economy
Material and mass determination of the components, systems and operating equipment
Reuse potential (categorization into 7 groups)
CO2 balance and grey energy of the components or savings during reuse
Estimation of the economic potential of reuse
Identification of customer groups