50 years DI Werner Lorenz / Lorenz Consult ZT

Which projects have shaped us the most:

Projects from 5 decades

The construction of steel plants is part of our company DNA: Our company founder 𝗗𝗶𝗽𝗹.-𝗜𝗻𝗴. 𝗪𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗲𝗿 𝗟𝗼𝗿𝗲𝗻𝘇 started designing concrete and steel support structures for production plants for the then Voest Alpine Anlagenbau back in the 1970s. Such projects are still part of today’s services and so the sole proprietorship Werner Lorenz became Lorenz Consult.
We were also able to move a lot with various freeway bridges in the course of the construction of the A2 and A9. Among other things we were the planners behind the construction of the

  • Enns bridge Landl
  • Railroad bridge Leoben Göss
  • FW 13 railroad bridge Kainach
  • FW 26 railroad bridge Stainzbach
  • FW 27 Road bridge Stainzbach
  • Underground tracks Koralmbahn
  • Bridge Pernegg

We are also proud of our contribution to the construction of important educational and research facilities:

  • the construction of the faculties of law, social sciences and economics at the University of Graz (1987)
  • the construction of the new pediatric clinic at the University Hospital in Graz (1993)
  • the extension and reconstruction of the Surgical Clinics at the University Hospital in Graz since 2010, which is still ongoing today

One of the outstanding projects in the truest sense of the word is the air traffic control tower at the airport in Vienna, which we planned in the early 2000s.

We were also able to make a cultural building fit for the future: The listed Ronacher establishment in Vienna underwent a general renovation in 2008 and was expanded to include stage and rehearsal room functions.

Our latest highlight is the planning of the new research building for Takeda in Vienna. We are supporting the largest domestic employer in the life sciences sector in the construction of its new location. From 2025, the technically and ecologically optimized new building will be used for research in the fields of neuroscience, oncology, gastroenterology and rare diseases, among others.