Project Tesla, Berlin

Legioblock creating warehouses for Tesla in Berlin

Legioblock recently started construction of an Interim Waste Area for Tesla in Berlin. The warehouses under construction will be used for waste processing and recycling. The stable and fire-resistant walls, with a height of 5.6 metres, ensure safe storage. The project is divided into three phases. The first phase has now been completed. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by the end of September.

Stability and fire resistance

The prerequisites for such a project are stability and fire resistance. In order to guarantee stability, Jansen Betonwaren B.V./Legioblock will first be carrying out an analysis on site. Based on this, a static calculation will be made to determine the strength and stability of the structure. Legioblock’s stackable concrete blocks are class A1 fire-resistant. In practice, this means that the blocks can withstand a major fire for more than four hours.


The project is being delivered and assembled from our Jansen Beton-Granitwerke GmbH branch in Meißen. In total, the entire project measures approximately 8,500 m2. The walls you see here form the first of three phases. Roofing still needs to be installed on these. The entire project needs to be completed by the end of September. Although this may seem like a pretty short time frame for a huge project like this, the lack of masonry or fixtures involved in installing Legioblock’s stackable concrete blocks allows for quick construction.

All Legioblock products are sustainable, carry the Kiwa Product Certificate and are CE certified. Thanks to our many years of experience and our expert staff, we can provide you with the best possible advice and guarantee stable, fire-safe structures that are suitable for a wide range of uses.