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Many customers from a broad range of sectors have already placed their trust in us and relied on KUTTER as their building contractor. We’ve summarised some of our projects for you here.





CustomerState Building Authority Krumbach
Construction period07/2022 - 10/2022
Dimensions4,50 x 2,25 m / 50 m
Earthmoving7,500 m³
Streetmarking8,000 m
Order valueEUR 1,816,276

Exciting project

Our road construction team worked at Reutti from July to October.
Construction was carried out on the culvert at the Landgraben. In addition, the road surface was renewed over a distance of 3.4 kilometers. Before the new culvert could be installed, the land ditch had to be relocated and the groundwater level lowered. This was followed by the relocation of the stream, the backfilling of the old culvert, the construction of the ceiling as well as protective barrier and marking work.

The road was closed during this time and traffic was diverted.



CustomerWipflerPLAN and State Building Authority Weilheim
Construction period11/2021 - 11/2022
Soil excavation11,000 m³
Sewer works450 m
Drinking water pipes450 m
Order valueEUR 2,409,033

New Connections

A new development area is currently being built between the western part of the Benediktbeurer Ring, Richthofenstrasse and Landsberger Strasse in the municipality of Penzing, and KUTTER was commissioned to develop it. The work included sewer, water pipe and road construction as well as light signal and noise protection work. In addition to the structural development of the construction area, the road construction work also included the redesign of the Landsberger Straße/Otto-Lilienthal-Straße intersection as well as asphalt pavement work in the roundabout and St 2054. We also built a 40-metre-long noise protection wall and took over the planting work. The construction work took place while traffic was moving, so that there were no restrictions for motorists.



CustomerKempten water authority
Construction period09/2021 - 10/2023
Earthmoving200,000 m³
Limestone/cement binding7,000 to
Sound insulation filling material120,000 m³
Drainage/discharge pipes DW120,000 m³
Order valueEUR 6,443,000

Heavy rainfall?
No problem!

On behalf of the Kempten water authority, we are building a rainwater retention basin in Engetried.

The KUTTER team began working on this construction site in September 2021 and it is scheduled for completion in October 2023. We are working at full speed, performing tasks such as moving approx. 200,000 m³ of earth. Drainage and discharge pipes are being laid with a total length of around 1,500 m and more than 7,000 tonnes of limestone/cement binder and approx. 120,000 m³ of sound insulation filling material will be used. The value of the entire construction project is around EUR 6.4 million.

Watch our new video for insights into the techniques and everyday work of our colleagues.



CustomerWeilheim building authority
Construction period06/2022 - 07/2022
Total area65,000 m²
Length of road markings26,000 m
Order valueEUR 2,540,000

Built by Kutter!

On behalf of Weilheim building authority, the KUTTER team worked on the B472 in Ingenried.

Up to 30 tipper trailers and four-axle tippers were deployed as part of the road renovation project, to renovate 6.2 km of national road. It also involved replacing 250 m of drainage channels. Two large asphalt milling machines, one small asphalt milling machine and two large asphalt pavers with feeder were used.



CustomerAutobahn GmbH, national motorway authority
Construction period05/2022 - 07/2022
Renovation area60,000 m²
Order valueEUR 2,310,000

Built by Kutter!

We captured a few images on the construction site on the A7 near Bad Grönenbach. The KUTTER civil engineering and road construction team worked on site from the start of May to the end of July, deploying two large milling machines, 30 semi-trailers and four asphalt pavers with feeder, to renovate the road surface on behalf of Autobahn GmbH, the national motorway authority.



CustomerMunicipality of Pürgen
Construction period11/2021 - 11/2023
Earthmoving130,000 m³
Order valueEUR 7,646,600


A special local bypass is being built on national road 2057 in Lengenfeld. The KUTTER team has been working on this special project since November 2021. The construction site has an ecological aspect, as bats fly around in this area. Therefore, a collision protection wall is being erected and two bridge structures have been built so that bats can fly underneath. Ensuring flood protection is another special aspect of this project.




CustomerGarmisch-Partenkirchen municipal utility company
Construction period03/2021 - 11/2021
Order valueEUR 2,087,000

Special feature

- HPP piping DN315: 300 m 

- Reinforced concrete piping DN700: 100 m

- Reinforced concrete piping DN800: 100 m

- Reinforced concrete piping DN1000: 85 m

- GFRP piping DN1000: 35 m

- GFRP piping DN1100: 280 m 

Storage structure:

- GFRP piping DN2000: 27 m

- Throttle surge chamber DN3000

- Drainage well DN3000 

- Amiblu: https://www.amiblu.com/de/videos/

(The sand trap has not yet been installed in the piping)

The project is set to be completed in record time. The agreed, planned construction period was from March to November. However, it is likely that our KUTTER team will be able to complete the work ahead of schedule in September.



Milling work43,000 m²
Asphalt binder, two layers (InLine Pave method)35,600 m² of AC 16BS-NV and AC 16 BS-SG
Asphalt binder, one layer7,400 m² of AC 16 BS-SG
Asphalt top layer43,000 m² of DSH-V 05
Replacement of road gullies42 units
Replacement of road shoulder6,400 m
Order valueEUR 1,650,000

Perfectly orchestrated night work on the A96

One of the first asphalt paving contracts of 2020 began in April on the A96 near Etterschlag. We carried out the road renovation work on both sides of the road during flowing traffic, by applying the InLine Pave method. Only a couple of leading construction companies in Germany offer this extremely innovative method, which is especially suitable for “hot on hot” installations. At KUTTER, this cost-effective method forms part of our core service offering. Watch our new video for insights into the techniques and everyday work of our colleagues.



CustomerMunicipality of Memmingerberg
Local construction management + PlanningKlinger engineering firm
Construction period04/2018 – 12/2019
Length of constructionapprox. 1,100 m long / 11 m wide
Total value of construction projectEUR 4,400,000

The construction project

A few hundred metres from our head office at Augsburger Strasse 55 in Memmingen, we completed a large-scale civil engineering and road construction project for the municipality of Memmingerberg.

It involved moving a total of 11,600 m³ of soil as well as installing 81 road drainage inlets and 65 prefabricated shafts. Our colleagues also processed 12,950 m³ of material excavated from utility trenches, laid 3,350 sewer pipes and installed a mains water pipe for the municipality measuring 1,130 m long.

The edging was covered with 5,300 m³ of antifreeze gravel on top of which kerbstones and large granite paving were laid over a total length of 6,900 m.

The asphalt paving team then installed 14,000 m² of bearing, binding and top layers.

Throughout the entire project, the total cost for disposing of the excavated material was EUR 790,000. KUTTER was able to complete the project on schedule and in time for winter.



Total length2 x 5,900 m
Width11.5 m
Construction period03/2019 – 12/2019
CustomerBavaria motorway authority
Total value of construction projectapprox. EUR 10,500,000
JunctionsDual carriageways, with three junctions on each side
Material excavated from utility trenches9,500 m³
Prefabricated shafts150 units
Seepage pipes5,100 m
Sewer pipes5,100 m
Milled asphalt layers64,000 tonnes
Milled hydraulically bound bearing layer with tachymeter140,000 m²
Asphalt layers composed of bearing, binding and top layersapprox. 77,000 tonnes
Creation of road shoulder21,000 m

Collaboration with the world’s largest road paver Vögele

From March to December 2019, KUTTER was commissioned by the Kempten agency of the Bavaria motorway authority to renovate the A96 over a total length of 2x 5,900 m and a width of 11.5 m.

The construction site included three junctions. Collaboration from the start: with the world’s largest road paver Vögele.

We would like to thank Vögele for providing us with the impressive video featuring the road renovation project.



Construction period10/2108 - 12/2019
Order valueEUR 4,700,000
Ductwork for cables2,500 m
Laid cabling3,200 m
Earthworks3,000 m³
Installation of gravel & paving1,800 m³
Large granite paving3,400 m²
Edging of meadow area500 m

Built by Kutter!

The town park in Kempten was redesigned in October 2018. KUTTER was involved as the lead construction company. 2,500 m of ductwork for cables were laid with a total of 3,200 m of cabling.

The park has a new paved surface covering a total area of 6,400 m² and consisting of large granite paving from four different quarries. A border of approx. 500 m in length was also created around the meadow area.


In addition, the design of the central bus stops was optimised and permanent installations were also created for the Allgäu Festival Week. Particular highlights also include the fountains with lighting effect and underground water supply shaft.

Our teams made sure the trees were fully protected of course during all the construction work.

We are delighted that the town of Kempten has documented the construction work and made the material available to us.



Construction period03/2019 until end 10/2019
WorkLaying of a ductwork system, widening of the runway
Order valueEUR 14,000,000
Total value of construction projectEUR 22,000,000
Other detailsEU tender


KUTTER beats off EU-wide competition

From a military airport to one of the most important backbones of the Free State of Bavaria: Allgäu Airport in Memmingen has been an important hub for some time now. It offers flights to Egypt, Corsica, Italy, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain and many more destinations. With a new record flight plan of over 50 destinations, it is attracting increasing numbers of holidaymakers and business travellers. In order to be able to offer additional, varied destinations to its many air passengers in future, the airport is now being expanded – not least so it can continue to fulfil the increasingly strict international security guidelines.

After a ten-month marathon of negotiations, this challenging and exciting project was awarded to KUTTER. The costing work alone for this EU-wide tender took almost two months. This was followed by a lengthy planning process with regard to employee self-monitoring as well as a time-consuming approval process for each individual worker and each individual machine – after all, the project was for an airport, classed therefore as a high-security zone. Ultimately, KUTTER was able to complete the tender stage to the utmost satisfaction of the customer and emerged successful in face of the competitors from across the EU. Last November, the groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation project took place in the presence of Bavarian Minister President Markus Söder.

The excavators roll onto site at 9.30pm


Since March 2019, it’s been a daily occurrence for the KUTTER team: “Time for the night shift!”. As soon as the last flights have left the runway, the large construction machines start moving. First of all, cable trenches for a ductwork system were dug out along the entire runway, in which the electrics for the runway lighting will be installed at a later point. The biggest challenge: By 6am precisely when the first planes start moving, all the machinery must be returned the garage, and all the holes and trenches must be filled in until the four KUTTER crews get back to work again in the evening at 9.30pm.

Complete closure of the airport in autumn

Things will get really exciting in early autumn, when the airport will be completely closed to air traffic for the last two weeks of September. This is when the work will ramp up and be performed day and night in shifts to extend the width of the runway from 30 to 45 metres across its entire length. It will be a race against time as no delays can be afforded, considering the fact that the largest airline Ryanair will suspend all air traffic during this period.

Financed by the free state

The mammoth project is being partially financed by the Free State of Bavaria as well as the airport’s shareholders. The order value of the civil engineering work performed by KUTTER alone equates to EUR 15 million. To get an overview of the large construction project, Bavarian State Minister for Construction and Transport, Dr Hans Reichert, recently visited the site. Together with the airport’s CEO, Ralf Schmid, and Member of Bavarian State Parliament, Klaus Holetschek, KUTTER CEO, Peter Groll, and Head of Division, Andreas Binder visited the site with the politician, explaining the individual work steps and highlighting the particular challenges for both the workers and the machinery.

KUTTER in the media

Naturally, the project is being covered by the media. The press reports regularly on the progress, as do TV channels such as Allgäu-TV, which is often on site and broadcasts impressive footage of what is currently happening on the construction site.

The renovation works are scheduled to be completed in 2020. Besides expanding the runway and replacing the instrument landing system, the luggage halls are also being extended, the apron areas are being widened and a rainwater retention basin is being built.

KUTTER is proud to play a leading role in shaping such an important, regional project and wishes all of the employees involved every success!




New VR-Bank with rental space
in Memmingen

Construction period10/21 - 11/24
ClientVR-Bank Memmingen
Total area VR-Bank3,900 m²
Total rental area7,600 m²
Order value24,500,000 €

In the period from October 2021 to November 2024, an impressive building complex will be built in Memmingen - a new VR-Bank branch with rental space.

The first building houses the VR-Bank branch and doctor's offices. The second building is entirely dedicated to the VR-Bank branch, while the third building houses various offices and a physio practice. A shared underground car park connects the three buildings and ensures efficient use of space. The total area of the VR-Bank extends over 3,900 m² and the total rental area is over 7,600 m².

The Josef Hebel company from Memmingen is jointly responsible for the implementation of this ambitious project. They work closely with those responsible at VR-Bank Memmingen to ensure that the construction is completed on time and within the agreed contract amount.

With a clear focus on functionality and modern design, the new VR-Bank Memmingen branch will not only be an architectural highlight, but also an optimally equipped workplace for bank employees and other companies that will use the office space. The construction project promises not only a modern infrastructure, but also an urban development enrichment for the region.


Commercial hall
in Puchheim

ClientArne Berger, Hallenwerk company
Construction period12/2022 - 07/2023
Order value2,790,000 €


From December of last year to July of this year, the KUTTER Hochbau team completed the new construction and renovation of a commercial hall in Puchheim, which is impressive with 1,843 m² of floor space and an adjacent 1,200 m² of courtyard space. In this project, around 1,800 m² of asphalt surfaces including drainage channels were produced and around 142 tonnes of steel were installed in in-situ concrete and 44 tonnes of steel were installed in prefabricated parts.

First, the excavation was carried out, followed by the installation of the bucket foundations and the creation of the test cell pits. The filling work then took place up to the lower edge of the floor slab with subsequent drainage. Concreting of the power-smoothed hall floor totaling 1,784 m² began in February 2023. The precast assembly of the columns, trusses, beams, solid walls and ceilings then took place. The next step was to install the aerated concrete (aerated concrete) facade before the windows and the smoke and heat exhaust system were installed. Finally, work on the Kalzip roof took place at the beginning of April; The test cell modules were delivered in May.

During the construction work, an increased groundwater level was discovered; The test cell pits and bucket foundations were therefore in the groundwater. Despite this challenge, the KUTTER team managed to stay on schedule and complete everything professionally as usual.

Another special feature were the 27 bucket foundations with FT supports and 28 trusses. For this, KUTTER required a special transport permit for the entry to Munich as well as an extra test cell installation appointment. Coordination of the shell construction, aerated concrete facade and Kalzip roof was necessary for everything to run smoothly.

We would like to thank you for the exciting assignment and the trust you have placed in us!

Structural Engineering

Renovation of wheelhouse
in Memmingen

Construction period05/2023 - 09/2023
ClientBuilding construction office of the city of Memmingen
Micropiles4 pieces
Deep micropiles9 m
Order valueEUR 235,000

Modernization with challenges

The redesign of a building often brings with it exciting possibilities, but also technical challenges, as in one of our current projects - the construction of a new elevator shaft and an in-situ concrete staircase with an exposed concrete look in a fairly tight space in the wheelhouse in Memmingen.

The existing staircase, which consisted of reinforced concrete stairs, an intermediate landing and a floor slab, required extensive underpinning before demolition could take place. Particular care was required as the stairs and platforms had to be removed with minimal vibration so as not to impact the building structure.

The foundation of the new elevator shaft was also a challenging task. Four micropiles were used here, each with a depth of 9.00 meters. This solid base forms the foundation for the future elevator.

With precise planning and execution, we will also successfully complete this project in September.


Katharinenstraße 51
in Landsberg

Construction period01/2021 - 06/2023
Land area5,321 m²
GFA3,260 m²
Living area2,226 m²
Commercial space361 m²
Pitches Multiparker20
Pitches single parker24


While the red tiled roof with dormers is reminiscent of the nearby old town of Landsberg, the contemporary window shapes of the front building facade correspond to the linear architecture of the garden building adjoining to the south.

Two houses, 28 apartments with two, three or four rooms, living space between 50 and 150 square meters, a comfortable underground car park and individual living space in the open air with a balcony, terrace or even roof terrace, 6 commercial units, three of which have been combined to form a spacious medical practice - Katharinen 51 is all that and more and was built by KUTTER in just under 2 1/2 years. In addition to KUTTER, several companies from the KUTTER Group were also involved in this project. Among other things, basic construction, RESULT-Recycling, Xaver Riebel and our turnkey construction department in Memmingen.
Creating lasting values of life is our aim, sustainability is our concept. Katharinenstraße 51 was realized and subsidized as a KfW 55 building and also has a sustainable groundwater heat pump system.

All units have already been sold and are currently being moved into.

Structural Engineering


Construction period04/2023 – 11/2023
ClientMSB Mokrani Systembau GmbH
Assembly hall2,191 m²
Connection construction250 m²
Order valueEUR 1,850,000


The already existing assembly and storage hall of motan GmbH in Isny will be expanded by a new hall with the associated connecting building. For this purpose, we started in April 2023 with the preparatory earthworks in the civil engineering and road construction division. The building construction work is planned to last from the end of April to probably the beginning of September and is currently in full swing. Finally, the outdoor facilities will be completed by November 2023.

The approx. 250 m² intermediate/connecting building, which connects the new hall with the existing one, has two floors and is planned with an extensive break area, sanitary facilities and a PV system.

Thank you for the order and the trust you have placed in us!

Structural Engineering

New company building
in Memmingen

Construction period11/2022 - 04/2023
ClientMössmer Kissner GbR
Order valueEUR 2,050,000

Started in the fall...
... ready to move in in August

In November last year, the go-ahead was given for the company building of Mössmer Kissner GbR. The building construction work was completed as planned in April, now it's the KUTTER civil engineering team's turn to take care of the outdoor facilities. The company building is to be occupied in August.

The company premises include a two-storey main building, which houses a workshop, showrooms and offices on a floor area of ​​approx. 1,850 m2, as well as two outbuildings with a washing facility and a cold storage/tire warehouse.

We are pleased to have completed the project in the usual professional manner despite the sporty construction time and are now handing it over to our colleagues from civil engineering.




Construction period05/2022 – 06/2022
Beton80 m³
Steel10 t


As part of the expansion of the Sebastian-Kneipp-Straße (MN18) through-road in Ottobeuren, KUTTER was entrusted with the construction of retaining walls from May to June 2022.

A total of 80 m³ of concrete and 10 tons of steel were used for this. The retaining walls are made of exposed concrete with rough-sawn, spliced boards. This special processing technique gives the concrete an aesthetic that is not only functional but also attractive.

The KUTTER team would like to thank the municipality of Ottobeuren for the exciting construction project!

Turnkey construction

Three apartment buildings
in Diessen a. Ammersee

Construction period02/2022 - 12/2023
CustomerJosef Happach
Land area2,548 m²
Living area1,521 m²
Order valueEUR 6,100,000

Housing for 18 families

In beautiful Dießen am Ammersee, three six-family houses with underground parking, open parking spaces and sheds are being built in a construction period of almost two years under the turnkey construction department. The work is progressing well, so that we can successfully complete the project at the end of the year.

We thank you for the order and wish our colleagues on the construction site continued success.

Turnkey construction

General renovation of
residential buildings in Lindau

Construction period04/2020 - 12/2022
CustomerGWG Lindauer Wohnungsgesellschaft mbH
Living area1,529 m²
Order valueEUR 4,400,000

Feel-good living
in the former brewery

Until the end of last year, KUTTER was entrusted with the turnkey general renovation of the former Lindauer brewery. 19 modern residential units were created here, which have retained the historical charm of the building despite the cutting-edge architecture.

Thank you for the order and the trust you have placed in us.



Construction period01/2022 - 03/2023
CustomerBenedictine Abbey Ottobeuren
Rebar104 to
Reinforced concrete ceilings1.239 m²
Wood-concrete composite ceilings875 m²
Concrete1.420 m³
Masonry surfaces927 m²
Order valueEUR 1,300,00.00

From monastic economy
becomes residential complex

For a little over a year, one of our building construction teams was involved in the renovation of the former monastery economy in Ottobeuren, which will comprise 24 residential units with underground parking and outbuildings after completion.

KUTTER took care of the shell construction and wishes good luck for the further construction project.



Construction period10/2020 - 12/2022
Land area1.182 m²
Gross floor area1.800 m²
Total living area1.434 m²
Underground parking spaces17
of which multiple parkers8

Barrier-free, urban living

Executed by the KUTTER Munich branch, an urban residential building in the rear building style was created in the sought-after Munich Westend, which offers its residents barrier-free, ultra-modern apartments between 40 and 125 m2 of living space.

KUTTER has succeeded in creating a residential building that makes optimal use of the limited space available in a grown inner city district and combines comfort and energy efficiency with urban charm.

Architecturally, the building is designed in such a way that each apartment has an outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace. Away from the street there is also a garden area with a small playground, which gives the residents of the Guldein a private, green oasis. The residential units are supplemented by a cellar compartment, areas that can be used jointly, as well as a washing and drying room and bicycle rooms. A total of 17 underground parking spaces are also available.

To give you a little insight, click here for the online tour.

Strucutral Engineering

Loading and assembly hall

Construction period03/2022 - 12/2022
CustomerHans Hundegger AG
Order valueEUR 1,970,000

Earth and reinforced concrete work Industrial hall with office

In March, KUTTER started the contract for the building construction, civil engineering and road construction divisions with the preparatory earthwork for the new loading and assembly hall for Hundegger in Hawangen. The finished building was ready by June and could be handed over to the customer. By the end of the year, all necessary measures will also be completed in the outdoor area.

Thank you for the order and the trust you have placed in us!





Total lengthapprox. 900 m
Width approx.5 cm

The solution to a very common problem

Shopping trolleys rolling away in one supermarket car park in Vilshofen is a thing of the past. Using our special cutting machinery, we milled a profile into the asphalt in order to create a shopping trolley retention system measuring approximately 900 metres long. This was a really simple solution to a problem that we are all familiar with. The rear wheel of the shopping trolley fits neatly into the recess that is approximately 5 cm, holding the shopping trolley in place. 

We mostly worked at night to prevent any disruption to ongoing operations.



Special solution for indoor milling

Dust-free and low-vibration milling indoors – we are the specialists. Our video shows exactly how we create cable ducting or profiles in a closed hall.

We filmed the work performed at our customer PRÜM-Türenwerk GmbH in Weinsheim. All the measures were discussed in advance with the customer and adapted precisely to their needs. This enabled us, for instance, to work in halls that still contained warehouse goods, as no dust emissions were created.

Milling work in building structures: fast, clean, precise and cost-effective with KUTTER.



Independent and versatile

A mobile plant that replaces lorry journeys between the mixing plant and remote construction sites: KUTTER’s mobile cold mixing plant. Thanks to the separate diesel motor, it can operate independently of the public power supply. The cold mix that is created is suitable for a wide range of different construction projects: motorways, high-quality bearing layers for road and path construction, reinforcement of car parks and parking areas. Watch the video to learn out the diverse applications.



A uniform substrate

Uniform and sufficiently load-bearing substrates are the prerequisite for the permanent and damage-free foundation of structures. In the event that the in-situ ground does not have these properties, it can be prepared so that it can be built upon and bear loads, by incorporating limestone and/or cement.

KUTTER carries out a wide range of ground improvement and ground hardening activities, such as in the construction of roads, car parks, industrial premises, airports and rail tracks. We can perform diverse earthwork, such as the creation of dams, embankments or backfilling. The soil stabilisers are also ideal for creating seals in landfill construction.

Thanks to this fast and environmentally friendly procedure, there is no need for time-consuming and costly replacement of soil.



Ecological and economical

As many roads in Germany are severely damaged several layers deep, for some time now it has no longer been possible to just replace the surface over and over again. KUTTER are the specialists for the job: we repair the entire structure of the road and permanently increase its load-bearing capacity. KUTTER are pioneers of cold recycling, and we have devoted ourselves to this ecological and economical procedure. The technological leadership acquired in this complex area enables us to maintain the functional properties of roads in the long term.

We renovate traffic areas with as little logistical effort as possible. And we do this with asphalt recycling. Our video shows you exactly how it works and what machines are used.


Green light for the airport
in Leipzig/Halle

Construction period04/2021 - 05/2021
Material350,000 m² concrete/hydraulically bound mixture

Renovation of the runway in Leipzig/Halle

The large project to renovate the northern runway at Leipzig airport started with the deployment of a special construction milling machine.

The work included building 9,375 metres of rain run-off channels, among other things. The ideal machine for this is the special construction milling machine from Kutter Leipzig with side-mounted milling drum. The milled material was extracted using suction excavators and disposed of professionally.

Over the next few days, another form of milling was used. This milling work was recently carried out in collaboration with Wirtgen and our workshop at the Leipzig branch.

In addition, ten W250 large milling machines were used to mill a total area of 307,000 m² of concrete and hydraulically bound mixture.

This equates to a total volume of 350,000 tonnes, or the equivalent of around 12,400 loaded semi-trailer tippers!



Bridge demolition on the B37
in Ludwigshafen

Construction period05/2020 - 07/2020
Total surface area10,000 m²
Milling machine usedradio-controlled W 50 milling machine

The overall process

After noticing the damage on the bridge, the City of Ludwigshafen closed the bridge and surrounding area to all forms of traffic. 

As this is a traffic intersection, it caused major disruption for the entire population. 

In order to remove the partly contaminated coating without having to dispose of the entire demolition material, a radio-controlled milling machine with a maximum weight of ten tonnes needed to be used. 

Up until this point, our company did not have a radio-controlled milling machine, therefore within a very short time, the milling specialists at KUTTER developed a W 50 milling machine offering all the required functions, which were converted to radio control. 

Special feature: The machine operator remained on a part of the bridge that was not being worked upon and was held secure by a safety harness on a truck-mounted crane, from where they could operate the machine via remote radio controls. 

The material was placed down on the bridge deck and picked up separately during the demolition work.



Project Adelsdorf bypass

KUTTER is working on the construction of a new bypass in Adelsdorf. During the initial phase, 3,500 cubic metres of limestone were removed using heavy equipment (see images).

The asphalt junction at the existing traffic lane is currently being milled. Over the coming weeks, a further 1,100 cubic metres of rock will be milled for the second section of the bypass.



Construction period11/2019 - 11/2019
Total area10,000 m²
Milled area7,500 m²
Milled depth0-12 cm
Materialconcrete without reinforcement
ControllerTrimble tachymeter controller
Milling machine usedWirtgen W 100 CFi


In November 2019, the milling specialists at KUTTER GmbH & Co. KG milled the challenging profile of a drainage channel into a concrete surface.

A 3D system was used for the levelling work. Special feature: The project was for the Senate Administration for the Environment, Urban Mobility, and Climate Action on Karl-Marx-Allee in the heart of Berlin, under which runs an underground train line. For this reason, it was not possible to use large milling machines. Instead, KUTTER performed the 3D milling using a compact device with 1 m milling width, and developed an innovative solution that can safely discharge rainwater.

Work to redesign Karl-Marx-Allee, an avenue in the heart of Berlin measuring up to 72.5 m wide in parts, has been ongoing in several stages since the summer of 2018. In future, there will be less room for cars. Instead there will be wider cycle paths as well as attractive walking paths and open spaces. After removing the bituminous road surfaces, the drainage points and the pavement were replaced.

Drainage channel in the concrete surface

The next step – to create a profile in the concrete surface beneath the asphalt – was challenging from a construction point of view. The profile of a drainage channel was required in order to later ensure the drainage of rainwater along a length of approx. 800 m and a width of 5.75 m. The plans stipulated that the slope had to vary between 2.5% and 3% at distances of 3-5 m. On the remaining 9.25 m width of the road, the profile needed to have a cross slope of 2.5% from the centre to the edge of the road. Based on this geometry, this resulted in a milled depth that constantly varied between 0 and 12 cm. But what’s more, the Berlin underground railway runs beneath parts of Karl-Marx-Allee. Therefore, due to load restrictions, large milling machines could not be used on around 75% of the construction area.

3D milling with a compact machine

In light of this task, the team of milling specialists at KUTTER developed a concept together with the main contractor Matthäi GmbH & Co. KG for the precise profiling of concrete. The machine of choice was a compact milling machine with a 1 m milling width, equipped with a 3D levelling system. This is rather unusual as normally only large machines with a milling width of at least 2 m are used for 3D milling.

Tried and tested for many years

“For almost a decade, we’ve been successfully creating new profiles by means of 3D levelling and have tried out different systems. The variants

incorporating a Totalstation have proven to be the best for a wide range of tasks. Therefore, we were certain this method would be successful for the project in Berlin Mitte,” explains Roland Schmid, Head of Milling at KUTTER in Memmingen. This meant that the milling specialists were able to confidently deliver the required precision of ± 5 mm in accordance with additional technical terms of contract, and create the best conditions for laying the asphalt top structure.



ProjectOberau tunnel bypass
Construction period2017-2019


The overall process

Swiss company Marti AG was awarded the contract to build Oberau tunnel.

The tunnel is essentially constructed using underground excavation with blasting. Once the rough removal of the tunnel cross-section was complete, our specially adapted mining milling machines were deployed to profile the tunnel invert to the exact height level required.

Our machine operators were guided by defined survey points and transferred the data by means of a laser controller which engages directly with the machine controller.

The milled material is loaded directly onto the transport vehicle on site via the integrated loading conveyor. The steep belt conveyors are reinforced with solid steel inserts to prevent damage caused by sharp-edged stone.

Our machines and their performance capacity

The performance capacity of our machines is generally based on the type of stone. This project involved dolomite stone and limestone with associated single-axial compressive strength values.

A further indicator for performance capacity is the fissurisation of the material to be removed, which can be naturally inherent or due to damage caused by stone blasting.

The special task

Another key area of this project was the creation of utility trenches within the tunnel invert. To complete this special task, we used the W 2200 milling machine with lateral milling device, which we had modified in-house and has a milling width of around 65 cm. This way we were able to create trenches that were approximately 70 cm deep.

The benefit of this technique is the fact that the milling machine with an entire operational weight of more than 40 tonnes is positioned centrally above the milling drum.

Quality thanks to years of experience

We have many years of experience in both surface and profile milling and can produce cost-effective results through optimised applications, even in extreme conditions.

The tunnel builders in Central Europe are familiar with the opportunities presented by milling technology, and are already incorporating our technology in the planning and costing phases of their projects.






It´s moving forward!

New REWE store building
in Nordendorf

The new REWE store in Nordendorf is another exciting project from KUTTER. Here the shell was built by our subsidiary, Xaver Riebel. Now the turnkey construction phase is imminent, which is being carried out by KUTTER. With each passing day the project takes shape and shows how teamwork and commitment can create something great.

In our short time-lapse video we show the progress of the first few months. Have fun!

Project week

Expand skills,
share successes

From March 4th to 8th, 2024, the road builders' project week took place in the training and further education center of the Donauries Building Guild in Nördlingen. This week offered the trainees – like our Jens – a unique opportunity to expand their skills and deepen their working techniques in order to lay the foundation for possible participation in performance competitions and to advance their professional development.

The highlight was the open day, where the trainees presented their work and the trainers, like our Markus Lobner, exchanged ideas with the training team.

The week was a rewarding experience for Jens and his colleagues, which not only expanded their specialist knowledge, but also made important contacts and promoted their professional development.

Management conference

Inspiring insights and
efficient coordination

Regular meetings of our managers promote communication and coordination between department heads and management in order to advance projects and make decisions efficiently, involving all areas.

At our first meeting this year, we got off to a dynamic start to the 2024/25 financial year with the topic of “Putting speed on the road”. With great enthusiasm we were able to experience the insights from our sponsor partner Intact GP into the world of racing teams and organizations, which enabled us to symbolically assign our topics.

We agree that various factors must also come together for our KUTTER races: starting with a precise target and time setting, through the use of the most modern machines and equipment, to the availability of appropriate budgets. Pit stops will be essential, not only to correct possible incorrect settings, but also to take strategic breaks and regroup forces. And of course an outstanding driver is essential - someone who not only knows his craft, but also has a high level of willingness to take risks and knows his machine down to the last detail.

At this point we would like to say a big thank you to our host and company owner Stefan Keckeisen from Keckeisen Accumulators.

Let us continue to move forward with this energy and motivation and overcome the challenges of this year together.


We were there!

"Technician's Day"
in Kempten

On Friday, February 23, 2024, we were represented together with Xaver Riebel at the “Technician Day” at the Allgäu Technical School in Kempten.

The trade fair offered an excellent platform for students from the Allgäu Technical School in the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering and mechatronics courses at FOS/BOS. All other visitors interested in technology also got their money's worth.

We had the opportunity to connect with passionate students and industry professionals, exchange ideas and forge potential partnerships.

Many thanks to the organizers and the numerous visitors.
We are looking forward to the next time!

Christmas greetings

Merry Christmas and
a happy New Year!

Ladies and Gentlemen

Another challenging year will soon come to an end and we wish you a relaxing and peaceful holiday with your family and friends.
We thank you very much for your trust and look forward to continued good cooperation in the new year.

As in previous years, we are forgoing Christmas presents this year and are instead donating to various regional, non-profit organizations such as:

  • the children's hospice in Allgäu e.V., Bad Grönenbach,
  • the Children's Bridge Allgäu e.V., Kempten,
  • the parental support for children with cancer Leipzig e.V. and
  • the German Child Protection Association District Association Bamberg e.V.



The A+A, the world's largest trade fair for safety and health at work, took place in Düsseldorf at the end of October. Ms. Lerchenmüller and Mr. Krause from the Safety & Environment department took the opportunity to gather new impressions, follow product trends and make contacts.

One of the things that was very interesting was the personal security solution “AngelClip” from Adresys. The AngelClip update enables device binding on smartphones and allows connection to multiple devices. A new long-range reception facility is planned to bridge areas with poor reception. In addition, exoskeletons from Ottobock and Hunic can support various regions of the body, including the lumbar spine, back, wrist and neck. Other products such as thumb supports, cooling bandages and knee pads were also presented.

The DGUV presented an ideas mobile for action days on various safety topics and gave lectures on reversing assistance systems and accident numbers in connection with truck crashes. The “sam” software for occupational safety instruction is planning new functions such as the safety avatar and visual hazard inspections.

EGYM Wellpass presented statistics showing that exercising after work reduces alcohol consumption among employees. E.COOLINE presented a wide range of cooling clothing, including headscarves for use under helmets. KASK Helm offered the lower helmet "Zenit" for building construction and MARTOR presented a new fist-grip knife with a retractable blade.

Contour showed height-adjustable tables and ergonomic mouse solutions for modern office design. Fitseat presented table bikes that can be used as short-term workstations. Baua presented the new EMKG app, which gives companies an overview of risks.

The variety of innovative products and solutions in the field of safety and health at work was very impressive and inspiring and will undoubtedly have a positive impact on our future projects.