Change in the management

01. Jul 2022

On 01.07.2022 Sven Bill has taken over the management of TS3 AG. He succeeds founder Stefan Zöllig, who remains in the company as a member of the management and as a member of the board of directors.


As a long-standing manager of a CNC center in northwestern Switzerland, Sven Bill has helped shape the stormy development of the cross-laminated timber market in Switzerland and built up a strong network in the industry. He joined Timber Structures 3.0 AG (TS3 AG) on 01.04.2022 as Head of Sales and Deputy Managing Director. Sven Bill is a technician HF Holzbau and completed a postgraduate study in Management & Leadership. As of 01.07.2022, Sven Bill will increasingly focus on project acquisition as Managing Director and Head of Sales.


Stefan Zöllig founded TS3 AG in 2014 and brought it to application maturity with several research projects together with ETH Zurich and BFH Biel. In the meantime, more than 30 projects with a total of around 14,000 m2 have been built under his leadership in Switzerland, Austria, the USA and Canada.

The TS3 technologies are attracting widespread interest in the market. In addition to the floor slabs initially targeted, TS3 has been approached with further needs. For example, in 2021 the first basement floor in wood with the TS3 technologies has been completed. For the monitoring and development towards market readiness of basements in wood, a research project is currently being carried out together with BFH AHB.

With the growing global demand for the sustainable building material wood, the demands for a more efficient use of the raw material round wood are also increasing. Therefore, Stefan Zöllig wants to develop the scrimber idea (wood not cut into boards, but rolled and glued into panels) and build up production Both will be outsourced to a separate AG in the 2nd half of 2022. Stefan Zöllig will concentrate more on these two products from 01.07.2022. He will remain a member of the management and board of directors of TS3 AG.

We wish Sven Bill much success and joy in his new task!

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