ATP sustain’s new office receives multiple awards
ATP sustain is marking the end of the year with a celebration. Its new state-of-the-art and self-designed office in Vienna has become the first to be certified with the new use profile “New building for interiors (NIR20)” and has been awarded DGNB Platinum certification. In addition to this, the office has been awarded ÖGNI Cristall
ATP designs for an Austrian manufacturer of natural cosmetics
The natural cosmetics and life sciences company RINGANA is on track for success and expansion. Hence, ATP Vienna was commissioned with the integrated design of a major production building, in which three previous facilities are being brought together.
ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer in the online forum on the subject of “How will we build in the future?”
Real Estate Brains – this is the name of the online format of Swiss Circle, SwissPopTech, and Builtworld. Every two weeks, the forum brings together the “sector’s brightest brains” in the virtual realm. And this has been very well received: The 10th edition, which addressed the subject “Innovation on the building site – how will we build in the future?
ATP sustain shows how the economic restart could succeed in the interests of sustainability
40 % of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions can be traced back to buildings. There is huge room for improvement in this area. The fact that an ecological approach and local purchasing decisions also make economic sense for building projects was known long before building materials became stuck overseas waiting for delivery due to corona.
Highest ÖGNB and klimaaktiv scores for the Technology Center Seestadt
Prizes are raining down on tz2: This year, Austria’s most sustainable buildings have once again been honored for their exceptional performance in the areas of ecology and energy efficiency as part of the Vienna Congress for Sustainable Building (BauZ!) and the “klimaaktiv construction and refurbishment” program. Thanks to its very high scores, Phase 2 of Technology Center Seestadt even claimed a “double gold.”