Campus Sanderheinrichsleitenweg, Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20, 97074 Würzburg (room nos. starting with H, I)
What is there?
Faculty of Visual Design (FG) and Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems( FIW), student representation and more.
From Würzburg main station, take bus 214 towards “Hubland/Mensa” and get off at “FHWS (Sanderheinrichsleitenweg)”. The building is directly behind the bus stop.
N 49° 46' 40.494" E 9° 57' 46.548"
A limited number of parking spaces is available along the street. There are two wheelchair-accessible parking spaces in the underground parking on Level U1. Students with reduced mobility can apply for access to the underground parking. The entrance to the underground parking is on the left side of the building; it is secured by a barrier which can be opened by FHWS card. The lift is between the two wheelchair-accessible parking spaces. To get to it, a door equipped with a push-button to open is has to be passed. The lift carries you to Levels U1, 0, 1, 2, 3.
Road surface and flooring
The bus stop “Sanderheinrichsleitenweg” is equipped with a tactile guidance system (floor marking). The ramp from the bus stop towards the entrance is slightly sloping downwards to the right. Pavements are tarred and the forecourt is paved. Access to the building is barrier-free. The door to Building I has a threshold about 3 cm high. In the entrance area, in the hallways and lecture rooms, mainly rubber is laid. The steps are protected against slipping by steel edges, but do not have any marking or additional tactile features.
Access to the building
The forecourt can be reached via a ramp to the right side of the building. Both buildings can be entered by automatic doors which open after using a button. Building H is left, Building I is right.
Staircases and lifts
Several staircases make it possible to move between floors. The underground parking garage is on Level U1. In Building H, seminar rooms and lecture rooms are on Levels 0 and 1. In Building I, seminar rooms and lecture rooms are on Levels 0, 1, 2, 3. All staircases are equipped with handrails, but do not offer Braille.
In Building H, the lift is located in the back of the building. To get to it, several fire doors have to be passed. With this lift, you will reach Levels U2, U1, 0, 1.
In Building I, the lift is right behind the entrance area on the right side. This lift moves to Levels U1, 0, 1, 2, 3. The lifts’ passage width is 90 cm; they are equipped with Braille and announce each level.
Passage between the buildings
On Level 0, Building H and I are connected. You can pass from one building to the other via a hallway. Passing on Level 1 from one to the other building is possible by using the exits/entrances. The forecourt is covered.
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: H.1.1 = Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20. Level 1. Room 1. Room designation in FHWS buildings in Schweinfurt differs from that, because there numbers are used to designate buildings.
Mostly in the staircases, escape and rescue plans are positioned at 120cm height. They make an overview of parts of the building possible.
In Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20, room marking is consistent. Room number and the room’s use is written directly on the door. Toilets are additionally signposted by floor markings. At seminar and lecture rooms, ongoing and upcoming courses are shown on rather small digital screens.
Information and ongoing courses
The Infoboard offers an overview of all ongoing courses by stating the lecturer, the room number and the course’s duration. This overview is shown on big, centrally located screens. The information about ongoing courses is also available online. In addition, there are Internet-enabled touchscreen computers available, which are mounted at a height of 90 cm.
The wheelchair-accessible toilets are equipped with basic accessories. Sometimes changing tables for small children are available in the same room. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located in the following rooms:
Toilets are locked, but can be unlocked with an euro key. If necessary, the key is available from Mr Seubert in room I.2.31 or Facility Management (HSTB) in Room I.0.40.
Seminar and lecture rooms
All seminar and lecture rooms in Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20 are air-conditioned, adequately lighted and have daylight. Projectors, microphones and stereo systems are available in all rooms. Sufficient sockets at a maximum height of 120 cm are available for accessories and electronic devices. The floor covering is made of rubber.
Lecture room type 1
This lecture room is located in Building H and has an entrance on Level 1. The entrance leads to three designated places for wheelchair users in the upper rear area. Level 0 access leads to the front area and the speaker’s desk. There are no adapted places in the front area for wheelchair use. The access doors are automatically closing fire doors and cannot be locked. The lecture room is ascending and equipped with fixed seating. The speaker’s desk is height-adjustable (90-120 cm), but cannot be driven under. Additional speaker’s desks are available in the form of an additional table. The lecture room is equipped with a Dolby Surround system and an additional screen for presentations.
Lecture room type 2
This type of lecture rooms has one or two entrances which are located on Level 1. The access doors are automatically closing fire doors and cannot be locked. All lecture rooms are level and equipped with fixed seating. Each lecture room has two designated places for wheelchair users. The speaker’s desk is height-adjustable (90-120 cm), but cannot be driven under. Additional speaker’s desks which can be driven under can be provided, if necessary. Whiteboards are height-adjustable and can be lowered to a height of approx. 20 cm. The rooms are well lit, have daylight and the possibilities for dimming are sufficient.
Seminar rooms/rooms for special use
In addition to lecture rooms, there are seminar rooms and rooms for special use available. The equipment of these rooms varies and is adapted to the respective usage. For more information, please contact the Faculty of Computer Science and Business Information Systems or the Faculty of Visual Design.
The following lecture rooms are equipped with headsets:
The following rooms are equipped with a radio transmitted acoustic system for users with impaired hearing:
In Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20, there are two listening devices with integrated headsets available. Devices can be borrowed from Facilities Management (HSGM) in room I.0.40. If there is no member of staff on site, please contact them at the following telephone number 0931 3511-6203. Students are requested to notify lecturers and/or Facilities Management (HSGM) in time about a possible demand. Lecturers will then use a microphone, as otherwise transmission is not possible. More information about the acoustic system for hearing impaired students.
Each room has a heavy fire door. These have neither opening nor locking mechanisms. Doors in hallways stay open most of the time and have an automatic closing mechanism. A motorized, automatic fire door leads to the inner courtyard. This door is located in the middle part of Building I on Level 0.
A cafeteria is located in Building H on Level 0. A top-up machine for your FHWS Card is on the left side in front of the Canteen; it can be operated at a height of 145 cm. The canteen is equipped with solid benches and tables. Driving under tables with wheelchairs is difficult.
Version from: September 2017