With a gross area of 350 hectares, the freight traffic centre is one of the largest commercial and industrial areas in Thuringia. The requirements for the external and internal development were therefore challenging. The site is connected to the A4 motorway and the rail network.
After two years of planning preparation, construction work began in 1994. The first investors commenced operations in 1995. After marketing stagnated due to the insolvency of the GVZ-Entwicklungs gesellschaft in 2000, almost its entire area is now occupied.
Client: GVZ-Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH und Stadt Erfurt
Processing period: 1992 – 2021
Roads incl. lighting: 10 km
Sewers in the separation system: 23 km
3 rainwater retention basins
2 sewage treatment plants
Drinking and extinguishing water pipes: 12 km
Gas pipes incl. regulator stations: 10 km
Power lines incl. transformer stations: 25 km
Telecommunications route: 10 km
Construction of traffic facilities including lighting
Drinking and extinguishing water supply