Groundbreaking ceremony for energy-efficient new building

Multifunctional and sustainable: the new CeoTronics building in Rödermark respects the environment and helps the company expand.
On what was previously a company car park, construction is now beginning of a full-basement, two-storey, climate-friendly building. The symbolic groundbreaking ceremony on the property at Adam-Opel-Strasse 7 was attended by business developer Till Andrießen, CeoTronics CEO Thomas H. Günther, Mayor Jörg Rotter, company founder and Supervisory Board Member Hans-Dieter Günther and Project Manager Peter Herdt (from left).
The reason for the new building is that the capacities at the company's headquarters are no longer sufficient to enable further expansion in the areas of research & development, technical support, operations and product management from the 2021/22 financial year onwards.
Modern offices as well as a multifunctional seminar, social and break room will be created across approximately 600 square metres of floor space. Some of the previously sealed areas will be re-naturalised. This represents a real benefit in terms of ecology and in terms of promoting social interaction between employees. The new facilities should be available to use by the end of 2020.
The Managing Director of the building consultancy firm Herdt Consult, Peter Herdt, is directing and organising the construction project for which building permission has already been approved.