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Regeneration work on the Teltow-Seehof campus

In 2021, the Teltow-Seehof research campus turns 100 years old. Throughout almost a century of polymer research, the campus has seen many changes. Current changes affect two of the older buildings on site – houses H and O.

Images of House O when newly built; House M when newly built, House O before the demolition, House M before the demolition. House O during the demolition, House O later on during the demolition.

From top left: House O when newly built; House M when newly built, House O before the demolition, House M before the demolition. House O during the demolition, House O later on during the demolition. Source: HZG/Mario Zahn

The Institute of Biomaterial Research is not alone on the campus. Our neighbours, the Potsdam-Mittelmark Technology and Founders Centre GmbH (TGZ PM) wish to regenerate these empty buildings. Until the end of the year, when the demolition work is expected to be completed, staff and visitors to the site are requested to follow safety advice, such as not entering the marked areas. Please also be aware that there could be some small shocks and dust in the area immediately surrounding the buildings. If you have any questions, please contact Mr Krumpholz, Mr Welsch or our safety officer, Mr Zahn.

To an article on the history of the campus

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Facility Manager

Gregor Krumpholz

Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Zentrum für Material und Küstenforschung
- Institut für Biomaterialforschung -
Kantstr. 55
14513 Teltow

Phone: +49 (0)3328 352-512

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