27. Apr 2022

From 03 - 06 May 2022, Swissbau will take place as one of the leading trade fairs in the construction and real estate industry. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth or at different presentations. Find out here where TS3 will be present at Swissbau.

As the leading platform of the Swiss construction and real estate industry, Swissbau brings together the concentrated decision-making competence of Switzerland - compressed in one place. Every two years, Swissbau is a source of inspiration, exchange platform and innovation radar for the entire Swiss planning, construction and real estate industry. The next edition of Swissbau will take place from 03 - 06 May 2022 at Messe Basel.

Also this year TS3 and Timbatec will be well represented. We are looking forward to your visit at booth C05 in hall 1.0, where you can learn more about TS3 technology. TS3's new timber construction method enables multi-axis load-bearing, flat timber floors without concrete or steel for all types of buildings - including high-rise buildings.

Our speeches

During the Innovation Pitches, the TS3 technology will be presented and it will be shown how to build basements out of timber today. This will be followed by a short, moderated discussion. The event will last a maximum of 25 minutes. It will be digitally recorded and published on

  • Pitch TS3: Tuesday 03.05.2022 16:00-16:30Linkto the event
  • Pitch Timbase: Wednesday 04.05.2022 11:30-12:00Linkto the event

On Thursday, 05.05.2022 18:30-19:30 Andreas Burgherr will give a keynote speech in the lecture series "Energy Strategy 2050 - the potential lies in the building stock!" He will show the potential of timber construction and how timber construction contributes to climate protection. Only by abandoning steel and concrete in the construction industry, we can achieve the climate targets.

Link to the Event

Energy strategy

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