The topping-out ceremony was held in Stade in mid-May, and the building on Julius-Leber-Weg will be ready for occupancy at the end of the year. Anna Hörmann, Managing Director of HÖRMANN Warnsysteme GmbH, and Benjamin Eichstaedt, Managing Director of Hörmann & Eichstaedt Immobilien, mortared in the traditional "time capsule" containing euros, copies of construction plans and a diary for posterity. The largest branch of HÖRMANN Warnsysteme not only maintains around 6,500 sirens in the north of Germany, and this number is increasing, but is also active in the field of security technology - more space had been needed for a long time. The state-of-the-art, climate-friendly building will be ready for occupation at the end of the year. There will then be 20 modern offices and a warehouse with almost 1,000 square meters of usable space for around 23 employees.