Description of some projects


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Unilever  Headquarters
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Innovative and sustainable office building


Client: HOCHTIEF Projektentwicklung GmbH
Architects: Behnisch Architekten, Stuttgart;
Planning and construction period: 12/2006 – 06/2009;
Gross floor area including underground car park: 38,000 sq m;
Gross area capacity: 170,000 cbm; Land: 7,800 sq m;
Investment: 110 million Euros 
           
Project requirements:
Technical project director and client representative,
responsible for the execution of this project development.
The outstanding, award winning architecture complies with
sustainability requirements through its forward-thinking utilisation concept.
The development has, thanks to its many innovative solutions,
won numerous awards, including:

 
GOLD-HCH-Ecolabel
and "First completed building with HCH-Gold-Ecolabel"

World Architecture Festival Award 2009
as "World´s Best Office Building"

 
BEX Award 2009 (Building Exchange)
World Green Building Council  


GREEN GOOD DESIGN 2010
The World´s Leading Sustainable Green Design


RIBA Interational Award Winner 2010
for excellent work being done around the world


Prime Property Award 2010
as the best European property investment


1st Price for the years 2008 - 2010 
BDA Hamburg Architecture Award 2010  and


2nd Price in the public architecture award
"Die WELT" + "Welt am Sonntag"


The exposed location together with the publicly accessible atrium
provides a unique landmark within the environs of the “HafenCity” and
features the world’s largest vertical membrane cladding.
Along with the completely flexible possibilities for office use
on the 6 upper floors, the many conference facilities provide a
memorable view over the river Elbe. The glass roofed atrium with its
open spaced bond bridges is surrounded on the ground floor by
restaurants and experimental kitchens in the western part and a spa,
shops and cafes on the eastern side.


Main activities:
•  Coordination of all stages of project execution
•  Responsible for the time-scheduling of the overall realisation
•  Responsible for cost tracking of the total investment
•  Contracting (incl. sale contracts and tenancy agreements)
•  Representation of the client in all meetings and in respect
   to government agencies, specialist engineers and tenants.
•  Bid invitations and contract awards for all specialist services
•  Internal controlling
•  Development of numerous technical innovations and
   location-based pioneering solutions
 

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OpernCarrée
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*****+ Luxury hotel and offices in one of Berlin’s historical assets

Client: HOCHTIEF Projektentwicklung GmbH;
Architects: Tommaso Ziffer, Italy; Aukett&Heese, Berlin;
Planning and construction period: 03/2004 – 03/2007;
Gross floor area: 24,200 sq m; Gross area capacity: 80,800 cbm;
Land: 7,070 sq m;
Luxury hotel: 146 rooms, incl. 36 suites;
Office spaces: 12,200 sq m;
Exclusive flats: 1,565 sq m (at 6th and 7th floor);
Investment: 150 million Euros

Project requirements:
Technical project director and client representative, responsible
for the execution of this project development. The project was
exemplary in its regard for the preservation of a historical monument.
Through the modification and high-class restoration of the founding
building of the “Dresdner Bank” and former National Bank of the
Democratic Republic of Germany
, the luxury hotel “Hotel de Rome
was realised in a unique historical ambiance.

Further valuable fabric of the original building could be transformed into
office space for the Warburg Bank, amongst other occupants.
The newly built construction, with exclusive flats, office spaces and
retail outlets - all artfully incorporated into the original building - fills
the void left after the Second World War at the unique ensemble
OpernCarrée”, which lies between the Gendarmenmarkt and
the historically important Bebelplatz in the heart of Berlin.

Main activities:
•  Coordination of overall project execution
•  Responsible for the time-scheduling of overall implementation
•  Responsible for cost tracking of the total investment
•  Contracting (incl. sale contracts and tenancy agreements)
•  Representation of the client in all meetings and in respect
   to government agencies, specialist engineers and tenants.
•  Technical and Public Authority approval procedures
•  Internal controlling
 
 
Press, publications: see german version 
 

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Project Management

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Director of Project Management Department

Client: Lindner Hotel AG, Gebau AG, Düsseldorf;
Architects: Planquadrat; Bellmann&Böhm; Architects LRK;
Period of time: 12/2001 – 12/2003;
Type of real-estate: Hotel and industrial buildings
                                                          

Project requirements:
Development and execution of first-class rehabilitation
as well as new building projects in the role of project controller,
combined with client representation.
Realisation of projects in the function of general contractor.

HOTEL "LINDNER HOTEL AM KU´DAMM", Berlin
Investment: 13 million Euros                                                       
08/ 2002 – 08/ 2004
Reactivation and rehabilitation of a historically preserved
monument complex into a multi-media-hotel at the
“Neues Kanzler Eck” while all commercial activities
within the building continued.
Hotel, 360°-Room


FRONHOFER GALERIA, Bonn-Bad Godesberg
Investment: 29 million Euros
12/ 2001 – 04/ 2004
Rebuilding and rehabilitation of the inner city construction
into an attractive passage galleria with various different
utilisation possibilities, including a hospital and specialist stores.
Perspective


HOTEL & SPA BINSHOF,  Speyer
Investment: 13 million Euros
06/ 2002 – 08/ 2004
Rebuilding and extension of the existing hotel complex,
including the doubling of hotel capacity, creation of further
conference and meeting areas and an upgrade of the
thermal spa facilities.
Hotel


Performance levels:
•  Project preparation
•  Planning
•  Preparation of project execution
•  Execution
•  Project finalisation

Functions:
•  Controlling costs and schedules
•  Quality and quantity management
•  Organisation, information, coordination, documentation
 
 
 
 
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Castle "Schloss Neuhardenberg"


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In
ternational Convention and Congress Site

Client: Deutscher Sparkassen- u. Giroverband e.V.
(German Banking Confederation), Berlin;
Architects: Lindner, Roettig, Möller & Partner;
Planning and construction period: 12/1996 – 11/2001;
Gross floor area: 18,300 sq m;
Gross area capacity: 60,800 cbm;
Investment: 56.5 million Euros

Project requirements:
Responsible for planning, bid invitations for individual contracts
and for monitoring of construction works as acting architect
(in accordance with the German Official Scale of Fees for
Services by Architects and Engineers “HOAI”).
The essential challenge lay in combining the high demands
associated with the preservation of the historical monument,
with the necessary high-tech standards of state-of-the-art
in-house and conference technology.
Multifaceted utilisation possibilities (corporate functions, hotel,
museum, conference area, restaurant and orangery)
further increased the variety of demands.
The required archaeological and historical analyses,
in addition to landscape gardening requirements,
completed the set of overall targets.

Main activities:
•  Coordination of application process for building permits,
   project execution and detailed planning
•  Responsible for adherence to set time-scheduling including set up,
   control and follow up activities
•  Responsible for cost tracking including estimation, evaluation,
   calculation and determination of costs
•  Architectural representation in all meetings and in respect to
   government agencies and specialist engineers.
•  Responsible for reaching agreements regarding historical
   preservation with the relevant German authorities,
   historians and archaeologists
•  Bid invitation and contracting of individual contracts and services
•  Internal controlling including responsibility for employees
•  Monitoring and coordination of the construction site
•  Technical and Public Authority approval procedures
•  Responsible for 15 employees
 
 
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Investment Bank of the German state of Brandenburg

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Administration building of the ILB-Potsdam

Client: Deutsche Anlagen Leasing Service & Co.;
Architects: Lindner, Roettig, Klasing & Partner;
Planning and construction period: 12/1995 – 01/1997;
Gross floor area: 27,000 sq m;
Gross area capacity: 93,500 cbm;
Investment: 43 million Euros

Project requirements:
Project responsibility for execution planning as well as for
monitoring of the construction site as part of overall realisation.
The project was based on a new combination of previously
separated signage systems, which were expanded and merged
into one centralised operation. The integration of both room air
circulation and building automation functions into the signage
system transformed this into a project with requirements which
had never previously been realised in Germany.
Continuous control of daylight saving, ceiling cooling and
energy optimisation led to an overall reduction in costs.
These cost reducing measures were awarded with the
“Bundes-Energiepreis” (National Energy Award) by
a panel of German financial institutions, whilst still only
in the second year of operation.
Nevertheless economic considerations played a huge role in
construction, aligned with special architectural standards
which needed to be met.

Main activities:
•  Coordination of planning for project execution and detailed planning
•  Change order management
•  Cost tracking including comparing performance,
   follow up measures and cost recording
•  Control of time-scheduling including listing, monitoring and
   follow up on time planning
•  Architectural representation in all meetings
•  Reaching agreements with specialist engineers for building signage system
   along with integration of the various implementation phases
•  Building coordination and supervision in general contractor function
•  Technical acceptance of the construction phases
•  Responsible for 10 employees
 
 
 
 
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Historic City Center, Aschersleben

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Residential and industrial building, southern historic city center

Client: Ferdinand Lentjes Bau Verwaltungs-GmbH
Architects: Lindner, Roettig, Klasing & Partner;
Construction period: 07/1994 – 01/1996;
Gross floor area: 22,600 sq m;
Gross area capacity: 65,200 cbm;

Investment: 25.6 million Euros
                
Project requirements
Project director, responsible for the application for the necessary
building permits, for project implementation and detailed
planning including the monitoring of the construction site.
During the construction of complex piled foundations in the
former flood plain, the remnants of a historic town fortification,
dating from the Middle Ages, were uncovered. The preservation
of this historical monument together with the forgoing of a
stabilising support grid, had a severe impact on the overall
planning. This also led to a consideration of the potential base
failure of the adjoining Stephanie-church. The demands were
further increased by the exposure to high tides or floods.
The partly pre-fabricated partition construction sections,
which in some parts reached the 6th floor, were coupled with
requirements for an underground car park and a substantial
retail area on the ground floor. Furthermore, about 100 flats,
shops or office spaces of 2,000 square metres each, in addition
to a hotel and underground car park, had to be supplied with
power by the centralised signage system in the basement.
The ground floor was designed to be open with no walls and
with extremely flexible utilisation possibilities. Furthermore, despite the
multifaceted structure of the building, it needed to facilitate
small residential und hotel utilisation (including a
supplementary skittle alley).

Main activities:
•  Coordination of the application for a building permit,
   project execution and detailed planning.
•  Complete administration of all meetings of specialist engineers
•  Architectural representation in respect to all participants
•  Creating all necessary calculations and verifications
•  Monitoring of construction site
•  Responsible for 10 employees
  
  
  
  
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Further Activities

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Complete range of architectural activities:
Autonomous work on building projects as self-employed architect,
parallel to the projects mentioned above.

Art Nouveau villa, Berlin
2001-2002
Reconstruction and rehabilitation of a villa dating back
to the German ‘founding period’ (1871-76), including
the restoration of the historical room arrangement
in accordance with modern utilisation demands.


SINGLE FAMILY HOME, Ratingen
1996
First-class privately owned house


Rehabilitation of an existing dwelling house, Ratingen
1996
Reconstruction and rehabilitation
 

Drafts:
freelance
Castle “Schloss Caputh”, Caputh
1994
Hotel Castle “Schloss Meisdorf”, Meisdorf
1993
Conversion of the train port, Duisburg
1992
Roofing of the church “Saint-André-de-Rosans, France
1992
Sea Cat-Terminal, Dover
1991
Otis Award, AJ Competition, London
1991
Marine Biology Research Unit, Sri Lanka
1990
Residential home for the elderly, Essen
1989
Southern California School of Architecture, Tessin
1989

Planning for application for building permits,
execution planning and detailed planning:
freelance
Enlargement of the multi-storey building “Rheinsternhochhaus”, Düsseldorf
1993
Rehabilitation of a shopping centre, Bochum
1987
Hall 8 of the Convention Centre, Essen
1986
Heating plant, Essen-Karnap
1986
Orangery Grugapark, Essen
1986
Nuclear power plant Gundremmingen, Block 2
1985
Schneller Brüter SNR 300” (fast breeder reactor), Kalkar
1984
Office and administration building, Neuss
1983
Production building Kostal, Lüdenscheidt
1983
A variety of residential buildings
with up to 36 flats in each, Essen, Mühlheim
1981-1992

International exhibition stand construction
freelance
Lockheed International Exhibits, GB and Turkey
1989






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