In the presence of Stutensee Mayor Petra Becker, TUP laid the foundation stone for a new office building in Stutensee on May 24, 2022. It will create space for 80 new employees and complete the TUP campus. Vollack had realized an energy-optimized and certified office passive house as a creative workspace for TUP in the first construction phase around five years ago, which extends over around 3,600 square meters of usable space.

With the second construction phase, a two-story, partly three-story office building is being built on 1,750 square meters, which is adjacent to the existing building via a connecting building. In addition to office space, the new working environment will combine meeting and project rooms as well as technical areas and a cafeteria. Simon Thomas, CEO and owner of TUP, says, “With the new building, we are sending a clear signal of permanence at our proven location.”

The new building meets the BEG-40 standard, which places high demands on energy efficiency. An ice latent heat storage system as an intelligent storage medium for heat and cold ensures that the building is almost energy self-sufficient and independent of the existing building from an energy perspective.

Claudius Uiker, partner at Vollack Süd, explains: “We are consistently continuing the facade design of the first construction phase. As a result, the two buildings complement each other and form a harmonious unit.” This is also evident in the interior design. Here, walls made of exposed concrete with seamlessly installed wooden windows and green-colored acoustic modules set accents. Cubic functional units for archive, technical and service rooms break up the structure of the individual offices.

Mathias Thomas, CMO and owner of TUP, is pleased about the renewed cooperation: “As a software manufacturer, we develop forward-looking, individual solutions for our customers. We are very pleased that Vollack has designed our TUP campus with the same claim.”