Daimler AG planned the construction of a new test and technology centre for vehicle development on the Bundeswehr site in Immendingen.
The planned test site essentially consisted of the central modules: circuit, measuring straight, endurance course and simulation area. The existing filling station of the Oberfeldwebel-Schreiber barracks in Immendingen in the south of the elevated construction zone was to be adapted structurally and in terms of plant technology for the purposes of the test operation. For future use, among other things, the quantity of storage fuels was to be changed and adapted. In addition to the usual fuels (super, diesel), it should also be possible to fill up with several special diesel fuels, biofuels (E25 and E100) as well as AdBlue and windscreen wiper water. In order to meet the special legal requirements for the handling of water-polluting substances, a driving rain-proof roofing of the filling stations was partly provided and the system was designed according to the recognised rules of technology.
Studies / Concepts
Planning LPH 1 - 4
Planning LPH 5 - 7
Site management / Local supervision Construction Supervis.
Total costs: approx. € 1.5 million
12 single/multiple dispensers
8 tank installations (150,000 l)
2013 - 2018