Austrian Institute of Construction Engineering (OIB) Guideline 2015

Last updated: 19 August 2019
GovernanceDevelopment Authority: OIB (Austrian Institute of Construction Engineering) with the nineFederal Provinces and the Ministry of Economy, Family and YouthImplementation Authority: Local authoritiesVerification Authority: Local authoritiesEnforcement Authority: Local authoritiesPrescriptive Compliance pathEnergy Requirements:InsulationU-Values (W/m2.K)WallsRoofFloorAll climate zones0.350.20.4WindowsU-Values (W/m2.K)WindowsDoorAll climate zones1.41.4Compliance Softwares: Performance Compliance path66 kWh/m2/yearResourcesNotes Climate zonesEntry into force in 2015The OIB Guidelines 2015 were adopted at the General Assembly of the OIB on 26 March 2015 in the presence of the representatives of the federal states. Entry into force of the OIB guidelines 2015 in the individual federal statesFEDERAL STATEOIB GUIDELINES 1 TO 5OIB DIRECTIVE 6BurgenlandOctober 25, 2016October 25, 2016 (replaces the version of May 27, 2015)CarinthiaSeptember 14, 2016September 14, 2016Lower Austria(OIB guidelines 2011 still in force)April 15, 2016upper Austria1st of July 20171st of July 2017Salzburg1st of July 20161st of July 2016Styria1 January 20161 January 2016TirolMay 1, 2016May 1, 2016Vorarlberg1st January 20171st January 2017ViennaOctober 2, 2015October 2, 2015As of: June 2017

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