Renovation Frei­willige Feuer­wehr Worzel­dorf

Project description

The vehicle hall and the hose tower were built in their present form in 1971 with four parking spaces for the fire brigade’s emergency vehicles. The administration and social building was completed in the second construction phase in 1973. The existing building has now undergone extensive renovation.
Among other things, damage to the clinker façade was repaired and windows replaced. On the ground floor and the upper floor, the floor coverings had to be renovated and the rooms were given a new coat of paint.
The roof was given extensive roof greening in view of the rainwater volumes.
More parking spaces were created in the course of the courtyard renovation. An extension, which houses new changing rooms and sanitary facilities, was built to the north of the existing vehicle hall.


The property is located in the district of Nuremberg-Worzeldorf on Worzeldorfer Hauptstraße 3, 90455 Nuremberg.

Energy standard

The planned fire brigade equipment building is classified as a public non-residential building and built according to the current requirements of the EnEV (EnEV 2014, energy requirements for conversion or renovation) and the EEWärmeG (Renewable Energies Heat Act). 


Total area

2,435 m²

Parking spaces

12 and 12 bicycle parking spaces

Total costs


Start of construction

April 2020

Completion of construction

December 2021

Building owner

City of Nuremberg, represented by WBG KOMMUNAL GmbH, Nuremberg


Eis Architekten GmbH, Bamberg

Technical building services planning

HDH Nürnberg GmbH, Nuremberg

Structural planning

Ingenieurbüro Ruppert, Bamberg


Dipl. Ing. (FH) Wolfgang Then, Nuremberg

Architectural acoustics

ING+ARCH Partnerschaft mbH, Ehingen

Ground investigation

Dr. Ing. Spotka und Partner GmbH, Postbauer-Heng

Visualisation by Eis Architekten GmbH

Photos by Freiwilligen Feuerwehr Nürnberg