Technical implementation and site logistics

Inner-city construction using large precast elements for IKEA Hamburg-Altona

Grosse Bergstrasse, Hamburg-Altona

The building at Grosse Bergstrasse is the first multi-story, inner-city IKEA store in Hamburg-Altona. IKEA considers this store to be a pilot project. Concreting works related to the building shell were carried out from November 2012 to July 2013; subsequent structural steel works were completed in January 2014. The store was opened after completion of the final parking deck and ramp coatings in June 2014.

Structural design

The new building has a gross floor area of about 43,000 m² (excluding parking levels and ramp system). The actual store occupies an area of...

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