On the 3rd of July 2020 the project partner MUAS - Munich University of Applied Sciences -  took the opportunity to present the ATLAS project and the monitoring possibilities for the former girls' convent school "Mädchen Klosterschule" in Mering (Germany) to the mayor of the town, Mr. Florian Mayer, the head of the building authority, Mr. Lichtenstern, and the architect, Mr. Jasarevic.

The structure was built in 1909/10 and served for a long time as a girls' school run by nuns. The building with its contribution to the local history is an important testimony of the social, cultural and educational development of the town. It is also the last example of rural Art Nouveau building in town.

The monitoring will soon start with the installation of the monitoring boxes, which will collect the measurement data in the interior. During a second step, further investigations will be carried out on site and in the laboratory. The aim of the monitoring is to collect information and evaluate the condition of the basic fabric, which will serve as a basis for the substance-conserving and sustainable renovation of the building.

We are looking forward to cooperating with the municipality of Mering!

Image: @Markt Mering
In the image from left to right: Architect Alen Jasarevic, Marktbaumeister Armin Lichtenstern, Mayor Florian Mayer, Tobias Listl & Ahmed Khoja (ATLAS)