Cemetery Graz

Cemetery

 

Address

 
Street
Wetzelsdorfer Straße 33, Alte Poststraße
Post Code
8020
Town/City
Graz
Province
Styria

Owner

Jewish Community Vienna

Area in m²

14,046

Description

The 18,000 m² cemetery, opened in 1865, contains 1,435 graves. It is still used by the Community as a burial site today.

sub-project 1

 

Applicant

IKG Wien

Date of approval

03 Jul 2014

Finish date

19 Oct 2016

Funding in €

26,630.15

Description

General contracting services for the restoration of the headstones in most urgent need of repair categories 1 and 2

The services to be performed by the general contracting team cover all planning/contracting work for the restoration of the headstones as well as specialized planning and production of a list of services for the construction work, the call to tender, the determination of the best bid and the senior management.

Specialized planning restoration

General specialist planning the restoration of the headstones.

Specialized planning statics

General statics planning regarding the restoration of the headstones.

Specialized planning surveying

The planning work shall cover the entire cemetery. Site plans and contour maps will be produced on a scale of 1:500 and 1:100, in which all buildings, walls, headstones and paths shall be recorded. Additionally, all trees and foliage shall be measured and recorded.

Specialized planning landscaping

The planning work shall cover the entire cemetery. All planning work regarding landscaping, including the production of a tree cadastre, drawing up and executing a call to tender and senior management.

sub-project 2

 

Applicant

IKG Wien

Date of approval

30 May 2016

Funding in €

239,369.85

Description

Execution

At the Jewish cemetery in Graz landscaping work is being carried out in the area of the Southern wall and traffic safety is being secured for trees classified as priority 1–3. In addition, graves are being cut free and weeds removed and shrubs cleared from the northwestern area. Restoration work is being carried out on the gravestones. Priority level 1. The local construction supervisory authority has been commissioned to monitor this work.

sub-project 3

 

Applicant

IKG-Wien

Date of approval

15 May 2017

Funding in €

181,624.08

Description

Clearing / general planner services

Clearing work will be carried out at the Jewish cemetery in Graz: unwanted overgrowth removed from the graves, a clearing round, additional clearing of the perimeter walls and extra clearing rounds if necessary.  

In addition, a general planner will be contracted:  record of objects and damage, restoration work on graves and tombs, architectural planning services, perimeter wall (mixed masonry), renovation of the outer walls of the ceremonial hall and the cemetery gatekeeper’s lodge, overall management and additional work on the inventory carried out with the help of aerial photos.

Subproject 4

 

Applicant

IKG Wien

Date of approval

14 May 2018

Funding in €

541,024.02

Description

Local construction supervision / structural renovation of the gravesites

Funding applications were filed for the following work at Graz cemetery:

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

General contractor work: restoration of the perimeter wall, the ceremonial hall, the guard’s house and the flying roof.

Structural renovation of the gravesites,