Bad Schmiedeberg Rehab Centre


Project: Bad Schmiedeberg Rehab Centre
Building Type: Hospital
Address: Moschwiger Straße 1
Zip/City: 06905 Bad Schmiedeberg
Country: Germany
Company Division: Lindner SE | Fit-Out Central.East Germany
Completion: from 2020 to 2023


Project: Bad Schmiedeberg Rehab Centre

The Bad Schmiedeberg Rehab Centre with Dübener Heide Clinic is a renowned facility specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. With in-depth expertise in the field of orthopaedics, the clinic has a long history of successful recovery behind it. In order to continue meeting the high demands, the building has undergone extensive refurbishment over the last two and a half years while the Rehab Centre has been in operation.

The Lindner Group made a significant contribution to the comprehensive renovation of the clinic. In three individual contracts, Lindner took active steps to advance the refurbishment and optimise the clinic environment. In the dry lining trade, the existing drywalls were upgraded to provide comprehensive sound and fire protection. At the same time, the Lindner Group installed new drywalls with high soundproofing and fire protection requirements. To further improve fire protection, mineral fibre ceilings and metal ceilings with plasterboard edge frieze in fire protection class F30 and plasterboard cubes in F90 were used. Elegant gypsum plasterboard ceilings, partly designed as acoustic versions, complement the dry lining trade.

Lindner was also responsible for the joinery services: Existing doors were dismantled, upgraded and reassembled. Precisely manufactured wooden doors impress with their high-quality appearance and, in some cases, with integrated sound and fire protection. Robust steel doors and fittings matching the doors complete the single order.

For the artistic design and renewal, painting work was also part of the service package: Lindner reworked existing surfaces, removed old wallpaper, carried out careful filling work and applied new colours with different wet abrasion classes. A colour orientation system was introduced to facilitate orientation. Doors, door frames, TGA installation lines and existing steelwork were given a new look through precise painting. In addition, Lindner created a harmonious environment with wallpapering work.

Companies involved

Builder: Deutsche Rentenversicherung - Bund Berlin, Berlin, Germany


Dry lining
Dry walls
Plasterboard ceilings
Acoustic ceilings
Mineral fibre ceilings
Lindner Cubic
Metal ceiling including plasterboard edge frieze
Carpenter works
Wooden Doors
Refurbishment of existing doors
Painter, paperhanging and varnishing works