1897-1900 The caserne was build

The 4th hessian infantry refiment of the grand duke (Pinz Carl) No.118 moved in. From this time it called "Prinz Carl Kaserne"


After the dissolution of the regiment No.118, the French troops moved in. It receives the name "Caserne of the Valières".


After the city think of a civil use, the state buy it back and positioned the German armed forces there. The barracks get the name "Kemmel-Kaserne".


For a short time after the invasion of the American, the barracks was used as a prisoners of war camp. Finally, the buildings are delivered to the French occupying power. Now it called"Foch-Kaserne".


The American Army took care of the barracks and add some constructions.

1996  The American Army left Worms and the barracks became a conversion area. It started the change from military property to an attractive economic location.

The regional finance office sold the area to a private company. From this time Prinz Carls name returned.