Peri 3D Construction is set to create Europe’s first 3D printed football clubhouse in Nordkirchen, Germany.
It aims to print the two-story, 330-sq-m building for the third division SC Capelle football team in about 140 hours.
The company will use a printer made by Denmark’s Cobod supported by a gantry measuring 25m long, 15m wide, and 10m high.
Peri, a global supplier of formwork and scaffolding systems, bought a minority stake in Cobod in 2018.
“In the face of significant challenges such as a skilled worker shortage and stagnating productivity in construction, 3D construction printing offers an urgently needed solution to build faster, cheaper, and with less material usage,” said Dr. Fabian Meyer-Brötz, managing director of Peri 3D Construction,
Steinhoff Architekten designed the clubhouse.
The project is getting financial support from the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.