Vodafone Campus Office Quarter, Düsseldorf

The Vodafone Campus in Düsseldorf-Heerdt is being built in the space of 27 months. Here, the telecommunications provider is bringing together different locations to form an integrated campus project. On the former Gatzweiler grounds a 19-storey office tower, three building blocks and a multi-storey car park are just some of the buildings under construction. The total investment volume amounts to more than 300 million Euros.


Shopping and office project Kö-Bogen, Dusseldorf

In Dusseldorf we are building the Kö-Bogen shopping and office project. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, this entails two 26 m high curved buildings right in the heart of the city, between Königsallee, Hofgartenallee and Schadowplatz through to 2013. Around 40,000 square metres of surface area will be spread out on six storeys, together with a four-storey underground car park. The project also includes building a tunnel for vehicle traffic.

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IBM Deutschland Head Office, Ehningen

The head office of IBM Germany in Ehningen near Stuttgart sets new architectonic accents with its circular atrium from which five spoke-like tracts extend outwards. Amongst others, the property houses the executive management as well as the computer centre.

Residential complex Lister Uferterrassen, Hanover

At the Mittellandkanal in Hanover we have successfully realised the exclusive "Lister Uferterrassen" residential complex. The building consists of 28 accommodation units and a mutual underground car park.

The Administrative Building of ArcelorMittal, Bremen

The newly erected head office of the Bremen steelworks is characterized by its lightness, transparency and openness. Each workplace has a view overlooking the surrounding green environment. The positioning of the car parking spaces below the raised wing of the building reinforces the apparent size of the outdoor area.

Parc Office / Tower Parc Offices, Bonn

A spacious building complex in Bonn: Deutsche Post and DHL have found a new home in this multi-part property. Situated In the former government quarter on the so-called "Post Campus", these properties are equipped with a facility for generating energy from groundwater, concrete core activation and solar technology.

Administration of the Reiner Brach Group, Bremen

The use of geothermal technology and a specially developed climate concept provides for 100 per cent heating and cooling of the new turnkey head office of the group Reiner Brach GmbH & Co. KG in Bremen. As regards air-conditioning, the property is the first of its size in Germany to be fully independent of an external energy supply.

A10-Center, Wildau

The A10-Center, the shopping world in Wildau, situated along the south-east Berliner Autobahnstadtring, has gained a new attraction for visitors. The essentially one-storied extension has a gross floor area of approximately 22,720 square metres, accommodates 64 retail stores and was constructed during the running operation of the existing centre, before subsequently being connected thereto.

BRILLissimo, Bremen

In a top location in Bremen, the BRILLissimo office and commercial building is the result of a conversion of a typically 1970s-style department store into a spacious and light-flooded entrée in the inner city. The transparent facade enables passers-by to see into the property, while users and customers for their part can enjoy the view of one of the busiest places in the Hanseatic city.

SAIL City, Bremerhaven

The 19-storey SAIL City tower block, which was completed in 2008 and reminds one of a wind-blown sail, provides space for a hotel, for offices and for a variety of services. It also offers the general public access to a lookout platform. The building, which is 147 metres high and lies directly on the river Weser, towers over the port area forming a new landmark for Bremerhaven.

The Universum® Science Centre, Bremen

The Universum® in Bremen makes science an adventure, and somehow very tangible. The visitor sets off on an exciting expedition to discover man, the earth and the cosmos. An experience during which the scientific phenomena can be experienced with all one's senses.

Expansion Terminal A Hanover Airport

Restructuring work in Terminal A of airport Hanover: we have expanded the shopping area in the service level by 1,700 square metres.

BWG Reimer Logistics Hall, Malsfeld

Commissioned by the logistics and forwarding agency BWG Reimer GmbH & Co. KG, one of the biggest forwarding companies in northern Germany, we completed the structural work on a logistics hall. This was located on a 50,000 square metre plot in Malsfeld, south of Kassel. The hall has a height of some 19 metres and provides a storage area of more than 9,800 square metres.

Residential home Augustinum, Stuttgart

We have constructed a high-quality senior citizen residential home on the premises of the former Stuttgart trade fair exhibition halls. Here, in four twin towers, 300 exquisite two and three room apartments have been built. Generous community institutions such as a wellness area, a restaurant and club rooms complement this contemporary, demand-oriented offer.

Residential house Rothenbaumchaussee, Hamburg

With the charm of classical architecture, we have constructed representative apartments that offer up to 392 square metres of living space in the Hamburg Rothenbaumchaussee. The special feature: the historical columned doorway of the former palace of 1877 has remained in the ground floor. By contrast thereto, the above-lying façade, in contemporary and clear architecture.

Exhibition Hall 7, Bremen

Whether for trade fairs, congresses, conferences or other organized events – the multifunctional trade-fair and multi-purpose Hall 7 is always the right venue for all types of events.

Nursing home for the elderly, Coesfeld

The planning and construction of social care facilities require special know-how and plenty of experience with regard to the daily operation of these establishments. In Coesfeld we have realised an in-patient nursing care facility with 70 beds.

Area Design at Airbus Deutschland, Bremen

Earthwork and plastering with specially selected materials combine visual appeal with functioning on the open area at the second-largest German Airbus works.