The Fliegl Agrartechnik project in Mühldorf

Encompassing all facets of precast construction –

The newly built factory constructed under the direction of Laumer Bautechnik GmbH impressively demonstrates the development of a business active in the field of agricultural engineering to a globally operating company. The relocation of the headquarters of Fliegl Agrartechnik GmbH from Töging to Mühldorf, Upper Bavaria required the new construction. The above mentioned fact is also reflected by the dimensions of the new factory, planned and constructed within three years, which has been built at a property of 30 ha in an up-to-date design by means of precast concrete elements.

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