The building complex of the Klostermühlen Museum in Thierhaupten is about 500 years old. The venerable Benedictine monastery was once the dominant centre of the village for centuries. Over the years, the Benedictines built four mills for self-supply: a sawmill, an oil mill, a paper mill and a grain mill. After its closure, the listed building became increasingly dilapidated and seemed doomed. After extensive reconstruction, the monastery mill museum was opened in 1997. Within the scope of an upcoming reconstruction of the channel in front of the museum, various reconstruction technologies were tested in 2019.
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- Feasibility study on the use of carbon reinforced concrete in the reconstruction of the channel at the Klostermühlenmuseum
- Advising the planner in the tendering process for construction services
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