Laupen shooting range, Wald, pedological building management (PBM)

The project

Place: Wald (ZH)
Customer: The municipality of Wald (ZH)
Phases: Submission and implementation
Period: 2018
Construction costs: Approx. CHF 470,000

 

The Wald municipality (ZH) had to renovate the backstop of the Laupen shooting range, located on a steep slope in an agricultural and forest area, as a contaminated site. Due to the challenging development and large-scale recultivation, it was requested that the project be supported by pedological building management (PBM). Thanks to the use of pedological building management (PBM), the requirements for physical soil protection could be accommodated in an optimal way.

 

Our services

  • Compilation of a development and construction installation concept considering pedological requirements
  • Recultivation of forest and agricultural soil
  • Integration of soil protection requirements into the submission documentation
  • Planning and implementation of requirements and measures for physical soil protection
  • Pedological building management (PBM) for development, construction implementation and recultivation

Challenge

  • Construction project on steep slope at approx. 150 m distance from the next road
  • Construction project outside the construction zone in an agricultural and forest area
  • High requirements regarding physical soil protection and recultivating of agricultural and forest soil
  • Numerous interfaces with land owners, farmers and forest warden
  • Large amounts of suitable replacement material (in particular subsoil) required
  • Coordination of reforestation and planting with forest warden and farmers, incl. regulation of the subsequent use and cultivation

Project manager:

Lars Schudel Co-divisional manager: Contaminated sites/ Senior project manager: Environmental planning
Certified Geographer
lschudel@ecosens.ch +41 44 839 47 40 More