Pioneers in façade engineering
150 Years of tradition, quality and innovation
The history of one of the world’s longest established façade engineers is marked by a
culture of continuous improvement and a track record of historical milestone projects.
Josef Gartner I
Wrought-iron gate made by Gartner in the Gundelfingen parish church St. Martin.
The bridge across the river Brenz.
Josef Gartner II
Apprentices at Gartner’s around 1900.
Anton Gartner (third from left) sitting in a streetcar.
Post office vehicle depot in Augsburg, 1925.
Steel-wood doors for the Road Operation Centre Seckenheim, 1939.
Doors for a sculptors studio near Munich.
Engine shed gate for the Reichsbahn, approx. 1938.
The original workshops in Gundelfingen, Germany.
Gable parts for a steam saw and planning mill, 1950.
Gartner truck transporting glass panes.
A major order in 1950 - assembly of the large exhibition hall Stuttgart Killesberg.
Headquarters of Kaufhof AG
Cologne | GERMANY
Gundelfingen | GERMANY
Commercial Union Building
London | UNITED KINGDOM
In 1868 Josef Gartner founds a small blacksmith shop in the Gundelfingen town square: the foundation stone for a successful company to this very day.