r&r Holzbau’ expands company location
New hall is opened with blessing and a charity event of Kinderschuhplattler
Founded in 2000 by the Altenberg timberman Gottfried Riener and Rabmer Group, r & r Holzbau GmbH has developed into a competent solution provider for timber construction services of all kinds. The regionally based company with 11 employees combines tradition and ongoing innovation. “Our service portfolio ranges from the erection of trusses to loft conversions, ceiling and wall constructions, additions, carports and pergolas, as well as halls and timber frame houses. In addition, we also offer energy-efficient insulation with sustainable cellulose-based insulating materials, “explains CEO Gottfried Riener.
The partnership with Rabmer Group results in many synergies for both sides. “R & r is the timber construction specialist of our group of companies. Many projects are handled together and we can thus offer our customers all services in the construction sector. “Mag. Ulrike Rabmer-Koller company owner and General manager of Rabmer Group is pleased about the long-standing cooperation and the positive development of R & R Holzbau.
Wood as a sustainable building material is in ever greater demand, and thus r & r Holzbau continues to grow. For this reason, investments have now been made in a new hall at the Rabmer Group site. Of course it is made of wood and is a showpiece for the hall construction of the r & r. Heated with wood chips and wood waste from the carpentry and building construction.
In general, the company is very committed to sustainability. CEO Gottfried Riener has been driving for 2 years with an electric car, which is charged with electricity from the photovoltaic system operated at the company site.
Apprentice training is also very important to the company. The wood construction specialist is already busy with his 8th apprentice this year and was happy last year to take 3rd place from apprentice Lukas Kaiser at the Federal apprenticeship competition.
The opening of the hall takes place this week on the occasion of the memorial day of, Saint Joseph, patron saint of carpenters with a blessing and an evening of folk music with the Oberbairinger Kinderschuhplattler instead. The net proceeds of the event will benefit a social project in Altenberg.
Mag. Ulrike Rabmer-Koller