Cemetery Klosterneuburg

Cemetery

 

Address

 
Street
Holzgasse 67
Post Code
3400
Town/City
Klosterneuburg
Province
Lower Austria

Owner

Jewish Community Vienna

Area in m²

4,004

Description

The 4,004 m² cemetery was established by Chewra Kadischa in 1873 and still belongs to the organization today. It contains 652 graves.

sub-project 1

 

Applicant

IKG-Wien

Date of approval

15 May 2017

Funding in €

109,686.78

Description

Clearing / creation of a cemetery plan using aerial photos / general planner services

Clearing work will be carried out at the Jewish Cemetery in Klosterneuburg: an initial clearing round, clearing the perimeter walls, central wall, other walls/fences and cemetery buildings, freeing up the work areas on the exterior side of the wall mechanical removal of root systems and additional clearing rounds where necessary;  (stump grinder) and additional clearing rounds where necessary;

In addition, a cemetery plan created with the assistance of aerial photos will be commissioned: images and production of an inventory plan (inventory of the outdoor facilities), data delivery (software), preparation and post-processing (workshops), data updates prior to the project finish (plan update), tree cadaster and tree inspection;

Furthermore, a general planner will be contracted: record of objects and damage, restoration work on graves and tombs, architectural planning services, overall management.

Subproject 2

 

Applicant

IKG Wien

Date of approval

14 May 2018

Funding in €

329.814,22

Description

General contractor work / tree maintenance / clearing / replacement planting / structural renovation of the gravesites / local construction supervision

Funding applications were filed for the following work at Klosterneuburg’s Jewish cemetery:

General contractor work: perimeter wall and dividing wall between the old and the new cemeteries, other fencing, renovation of the buildings, wooden fence, outdoor facilities;

Tree maintenance work: tree maintenance measures priority 1–3, clearance and felling, replacement planting; exposing suspected gravesites; coordination work;

Structural renovation of the gravesites;

Local construction supervision: inventory of content and damage, restoration work on the gravestones and tombs, architectural planning services, overall management.