The planned Dynatrace Campus Linz impresses with modern, sustainable architecture and a sophisticated concept for "Future Work" that is co-designed by the employees. In the office of the future, real and digital space will merge seamlessly. Teams will be connected worldwide. There is plenty of room for creativity, brainstorming, meetings in a wide variety of constellations and concentrated work. The project serves as an international role model for forward-looking office architecture and working methods and underpins the position of Linz as the capital of digitization. Completion is targeted for the end of 2025. By then, a 7-story campus with a childcare center as well as a 4-story parking garage and generous green spaces are to be built on the site. Dynatrace is thus creating space for further organic growth and concentrating the competence of around 1,500 international software developers and highly qualified experts in Linz in one place.

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Location as the heart of the Digital Mile

The planned expansion of the Dynatrace Campus Linz is a logical step towards bringing all employees together at one location. Its location makes it an ideal hub: the integration into the existing Engineering Headquarters and the immediate proximity to the Digital Mile with the Tabakfabrik, TECH HARBOR and other leading companies are significant advantages.

Future 1,500 state-of-the-art workplaces

Communication is an indispensable basis for innovation and always needs suitable physical locations. The campus connects to the existing building and encloses a park with an open core zone adjoining office and seminar rooms, a café and a company gym. The connection between the existing building and the new building is a key factor in the site selection. The new campus will provide a state-of-the-art working environment for a total of 1,500 employees in Linz.


Strengthened campus character

With the proposed abandonment of "Am Fünfundzwanziger Turm-Strasse", the city of Linz has set the course for a new building concept with a campus character. Instead of the originally planned 17-story extension, the enlargement of the building site now allows for an extension building at the height of the current building stock.

Future-oriented infrastructure

An easily accessible bicycle garage with over 300 parking spaces in the future, bike service facilities such as tool racks and pumps, quick-drying devices for soaked clothing and high-quality shower areas create ideal conditions for reaching the office in an environmentally friendly way. In addition, numerous charging stations for e-cars, e-bikes and e-scooters will be built, as well as enough car parking spaces to keep the public space free. The parking concept is flexible: if necessary, car parking spaces can be converted into bicycle parking spaces at any time.


Efforts against individual transport

In order to make the switch from cars to more environmentally friendly alternatives more attractive, pedestrians, cyclists, scooter riders, etc. are supported with annual vouchers for local businesses. In addition, Dynatrace covers 100% of the costs for public transport in order to keep the catchment area of the new campus as free as possible from private transport. Already today, 75% of employees in Linz use environmentally friendly alternatives to the car on their way to work.

Targeted promotion of young talent

The planned childcare center introduces children from 6 months to 6 years to STEM subjects in a playful way with a concept that is unique in Austria and promotes individual development, creativity and the joy of movement. For years, Dynatrace has been supporting the programming club Coder Dojo, which offers children the opportunity to learn about the world of programming in a playful way. Dynatrace supports the weekly events with several specially released mentors.


Climate-friendly design

A well thought-out greening concept ensures a high quality of stay in and around the campus. Lavishly planted loggias on each standard floor complete the climate-friendly design. Sustainability in operation is to be ensured by district heating and cooling for air conditioning. ÖGNI certification is being sought for the project.