Associations

Wildeboer Bauteile GmbH is a member of the following associations and organizations. In addition, we are in close contact with various universities, vocational colleges and technical schools.


The BTGA (former BHKS) was established in 1898 and hence is one of Germany’s oldest business organizations. As an umbrella organization, it brings together industrially oriented, systems-producing companies with dedicated engineering resources in the field of building services engineering. 

You can find more information here: www.btga.de (...).

The bvfa - Federal Association for Fire Protection Technology – brings together the leading manufacturers of products for preventive fire protection in Germany. The Association’s members also include qualified fire protection companies which market and service the products of our manufacturers.

You can find more information here: www.bvfa.de (...).


Since 1970, the year in which the FGK Trade Association for Building Air Conditioning was established (Fachinstitut Gebäude-Klima e.V.; since 2011 Fachverband Gebäude-Klima e.V., FGK), industry-specific press, information and public relations work have been the main focus of its activities. The objective of this work is to promote indoor climate enhancement in the widest variety of spaces.

You can find more information here: www.fgk.de (...).

Since 1970, the year in which the FGK Trade Association for Building Air Conditioning was established (Fachinstitut Gebäude-Klima e.V.; since 2011 Fachverband Gebäude-Klima e.V., FGK), industry-specific press, information and public relations work have been the main focus of its activities. The objective of this work is to promote indoor climate enhancement in the widest variety of spaces.

You can find more information here: www.fgk.de (...).


IBU was created out of an initiative of manufacturers of construction products who decided to support the demand for more sustainability in the construction sector. The focus is on convincing everyone that sustainability is the right choice.

You can find more information here: www.bau-umwelt.de (...).

With the aim of further promoting sustainable, economically efficient building in the future, sixteen founder members from various specialist sectors of the construction and real estate sectors established the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) in the summer of 2007. The focus of its work is the continuous development of comprehensive certification for sustainable buildings at home and abroad. The DGNB certificate distinguishes environmentally sound, economically efficient, user-friendly buildings.

You can find more information here: www.dgnb.de (...).


IBU was created out of an initiative of manufacturers of construction products who decided to support the demand for more sustainability in the construction sector. The focus is on convincing everyone that sustainability is the right choice.

You can find more information here: www.bau-umwelt.de (...).

Building on the common “East Frisian Emsland Declaration” of 4 August 1995, in 2006 the administrative districts of Aurich, Wittmund, Leer and Emsland, the County of Bentheim and the town of Emden joined forces with businesses, chambers of commerce and organizations of the region to form the “Ems-Axis Growth Region”.
The basic goal is to expand the Ems-Axis as an independent economic and commercial artery. This involves the expansion of the business infrastructure and the construction of networks for the regional economy.

You can find more information here: www.emsachse.de (...).