Münzstraße 19, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with Z, Z.P)
What is there?
International Office (HSIN), IT Service Centre (ITSC), Institute of Applied Logistics Solutions (IAL), master’s programme Trade Journalism and Corporate Communications.
From Würzburg main station, please take tram line 1 or tram line 4 “Sanderau”, tram line 3 “Heidingsfeld” or tram line 5 “Rottenbauer” and get off at stop Sanderring. Cross the tram tracks, keep right and turn left into Sanderring. At the next crossing, turn left into Münzstraße. The building is on the right side of the street.
N 49° 47' 14.716" E 9° 56' 1.09"
You can use parking as described for Münzstraße 12 when visiting Münzstraße 19.
Road surface and flooring
Tram and bus station “Sanderring” are equipped with a tactile guidance system (floor marking). Pavements are tarred. Access paths around the building are paved with composite stones or washed concrete slabs. The left parking space and the one behind the building is gravelled. During heavy rain water can build up in front of pavilion 2.
Access to the building
The main entrance to the building is located in Münzstraße; due to several steps and a non-automatically opening fire door this entrance is not barrier-free. The fully accessible access is on the rear of the building. To get there, please circumvent the left side of the building. At the rear, there is a ramp to an automatic door. The door can be opened with a button on the right side of the wall and leads to the lift.
Access to the pavilions is not barrier-free. Two steps have to be taken.
The Building Münzstraße 19 has a staircase by which you can access Levels -1, 0, 1, 2, 3. It is equipped with heavy fire doors that have no automatic opening mechanism.
The lift can be accessed via the ramp at the rear of the building. The lift leads to Levels -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 and is equipped with an acoustic level announcement. The passage to the lift is 90 cm wide.
For orientation within FHWS buildings in Würzburg, a consistent system of room numbers is used. Numbers start with a letter designating the building. The following number designates the floor number or level. After that, the actual room number is given. Example: Z.1.01 = Münzstraße 19. Level 1. Room 1. The three pavilions have the room numbers Z.P.1, Z.P.2, and Z.P.3. Room designation in FHWS buildings in Schweinfurt differs from that, because there numbers are used to designate buildings.
At all important locations, escape and rescue plans are positioned at 120cm height. They make an overview of parts of the building possible.
In Münzstraße 19, room marking is consistent. Boards mounted on the wall state the room number and the room’s use. Pavilions’ room marking is visible in the entrance area. There is no digital display of current courses.
In Münzstraße 19 as well as in the pavilions there are no wheelchair-accessible toilets available. Toilets in Münzstraße 12 may be used.
The equipment of seminar rooms varies and is adapted to the respective usage. For more information, please contact the responsible faculty.
Pavilions Z.P.1-3 are not fully accessible. Rooms are equipped with digital and overhead projectors and a stereo system. There is no specific speaker’s desk and no microphones nor acoustic systems for the hearing impaired. Rooms are not air-conditioned and can only be ventilated to a limited extent. Rooms are lit by neon lights and the possibilities for dimming are limited.
The computer pool in room Z.K.05-07 is right behind the main entrance from Münzstraße 19 on the right side. Coming from the main entrance, the room can only be reached via the stairs in the entrance area and is thus not fully accessible. There is a fully accessible entrance at the rear of the building. Please contact Facilities Management (HSGM), if you need to use this entrance.
Parts of Münzstraße 19 are currently under construction which may lead to disruptions.
Version from: February 2018