In 2012 the Schörghuber Group and Paulaner decided to move the site of their brewery for Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr beers to an area of 15 hectares in Langwied, due to the limited space available at the former site in Nockherberg. There in 2014 they started on the new construction of Europe's biggest brewery (3.5 million hectolitres).
Before the work began, GLASS was commissioned to lay the 380 kV line crossing the site in tunnel of 400 m in length, the first gas-insulated lines laid in Germany.
The new brewery consists of 11 buildings with a floor space ranging from 300 to 30,000 sqm. Here we carried out the full range of industrial construction work on what was Munich's biggest building site at the time: the sheet pile wall, the bored pile foundations, the surface foundations, water conservation measures, watertight concrete structures, the construction of sewers and infrastructure, road construction and paving work, in-situ concrete and prefabricated elements, exposed concrete, roller-compacted concrete, steel fibre concrete, industrial panel heating, coatings, steel structures, surfaces in accordance with the German Water Management Act and stainless steel drainage systems.
All shell constructions were delivered on time to the great satisfaction of Paulaner so that the first brew could be started at the new brew house, the core of the new facility, on 21 August 2015.