SLM Solutions celebrates topping out of new company headquarters in Lübeck
Functional and modern
Another milestone has been reached in the construction of the SLM Solutions Group’s new headquarters. On May 10, architects and construction workers joined the SLM Solutions Group project team to celebrate the topping out of the new, ultra-modern company headquarters building on Baltische Allee in Lübeck. Following the traditional address from construction manager Tim Struck in the future dispatch hall, the team rose a glass to the new building.
In just a few weeks, the once fallow site has been transformed into a giant concrete complex. CFO Uwe Bögershausen gave special praise: “I am impressed by what has been achieved so far, and I’m thrilled with the enormous progress that has been made here over that last few months.” Bögershausen offered thanks to construction firm Goldbeck, as well as to the city and state governments.
SLM Solutions Group’s new headquarters complex measures over 17 acres, with over 4 acres of this built on. Commercial Director Daniela Wedemeyer said: “We are on schedule. The roof should be complete by the end of May, and then we will turn our focus to the interior.” The company is due to move into the new building in early 2018.
SLM Solutions Group AG
Lübeck-based SLM Solutions Group AG is a leading provider of metal-based additive manufacturing technology. The company's shares are traded in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The stock has been listed in the TecDAX index since March 21, 2016. SLM Solutions focuses on the development, assembly and sale of machines and integrated system solutions in the field of selective laser melting. SLM Solutions currently employs over 320 members of staff in Germany, the USA, Singapore, Russia, India and China. The products are utilised worldwide by customers in particular from the aerospace, energy, healthcare and automotive industries.
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