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The Scheuchenstuel home for girls enjoys a central yet peaceful location, and is easy to get to using all kinds of public transport. It provides a home to 81 female students between the ages of 14 and 20. The girls come from various regions in Western Austria and are completing a school education that is not available in their home towns or nearby areas. The girls spend weekends and holidays with their families. The house has a long history of social dedication and a tradition based on Christian ideals, and has had a crucial impact on the lives of women in Innsbruck. The original building, which served as an orphanage and educational facility for poor young women from the countryside, was build in 1843. It was initially located at the outside of Museumstraße, where the Europahaus can be found today. In 1978, this old yellow building was demolished, and the home for girls was born, and was opened in 1980. Since this time, the house has continued to be rebuilt and converted in order to keep up with the times and to meet the changing technical requirements.

The ground floor includes a café with wheelchair ramp where the girls can receive visitors, and a computer room with 12 computers with Internet and two laptop connections for both educational and personal use. There is a lovely garden terrace leading to the private chapel designed by Tyrolean artist Christian Haider – the perfect refuge for reflective moments and for musicians wanting to use the space as an acoustic backdrop. The garden is free to be enjoyed by all of the girls. The basement features three rehearsal rooms and an E-piano for musicians, as well as a fitness centre for sports enthusiasts and a workroom for budding handywomen. The ground floor is handicapped-accessible.

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1) Please give a brief outline of your project.

The Scheuchenstuel Foundation manages a home for girls in Innsbruck, where students from all over the country stay in Innsbruck during the year in order to attend a secondary school. Our house is over 30 years old, which has meant that over time, the water pipes have become blocked, filled with rust deposits and the water flow has stopped being sufficient. This led to burst pipes, and we had a lot of difficulty ensuring water supply throughout the entire house. Last summer, Moriggl carried out a complete renovation of the pipe system, meaning that the pipes will now continue to work perfectly for many years to come. Recently, rusty water has started to come out of the taps again, which is a complete no-no in the hotel business. Naturally, this isn't just a problem in terms of drinking water, but also when bathing or showering - after all, getting a tan from being in the sun is great, but it's not what you want from your shower!

2) What work has Moriggl done with you?

The entire drinking-water system was renovated by Moriggl, and was restored to mint condition, meaning that we now finally have clean and clear water. We were very happy with how the work was carried out, and would definitely use Moriggl again.

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Moriggl GmbH
Punistrasse 2
I-39020 Glurns (BZ) - South Tyrol

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T +39 0473 831 555
F +39 0473 831 596

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info@moriggl.com

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VAT.: IT00231760216

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