Institutional buildings

Institutional buildings are those whose primary purpose is not as dwellings. They are used to accommodate and cater for certain person for non-residential purposes (for example medical treatment or convalescence) (StaBu IV V5, StaBu 1978).

Institutional buildings include: hospitals, care homes (institutional buildings for the integration and care of the disabled; nursing homes for the elderly and the ill); homes for infants, young children and teenagers; children’s homes; convalescent homes for young mothers; holiday and recreation homes; homes belonging to educational institutions, barracks and emergency services as well as other institutional buildings (StaBu IV V5, StaBu 1978).

Floor areas


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Building material

Material composition indicators (t)

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IDBuilding material groupTotalFoundationExterior wallInterior wallCeilingRoof

Raw material categories (t)

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Mineral raw material categories


Waste categories (t)

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Mineral waste categories


Material-induced emissions (kg)

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