Christopher Hammerschmidt joins the top management team
In November 2020, the architect Christopher Hammerschmidt joined the top management team of ATP architects engineers, Frankfurt. He is now leading the 70 employees of the ATP Group’s design office in Frankfurt am Main alongside the construction engineer and BIM expert Harald Stieber. Hence, this is another management duo that embodies the interdisciplinary cooperation between architects and engineers that is practiced throughout ATP.
Designed by ATP/amd.sigma in record time
Planner team: ATP architects engineers/amd.sigma strategic airport development
Design start: 12/2017, Completion and ready for take-off: 09/2020
In 2017, the planner team ATP architects engineers/amd.sigma strategic airport development was commissioned to completely rework the existing concept for the construction of an additional terminal (T2) for six million passengers per year at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). The challenge was to reduce the GFA from 40,000 m² to around 23,000 m² while still being ready for the general opening deadline of October 2020. Today, T2 is “ready for take-off”.
A “smart” building for a technology leader
In Mannheim, where ABB Deutschland was established 120 years ago, ATP Frankfurt is now planning a multifunctional building for agile and customer-oriented work. The building, with a gross floor area of 24,000 m2 should provide a home to around 1,200 employees – from operative teams, the research center, and service divisions.
Reestablishment of the management duo
The Viennese construction engineer and BIM expert Harald Stieber, MSc., joined ATP Frankfurt’s two-person management team in September 2019. The experienced manager will now run the 70-strong team in the Offenbach-based architecture and engineering office alongside Solveig Hillebrecht.
Topping-out ceremony for Terminal 2 at Berlin Brandenburg Airport
A key intermediate objective has been reached: The shell-and-core of Terminal 2 of Berlin Brandenburg Airport has been completed. It will be possible to process up to six million passengers a year here from October 2020, at which point BER Airport should also be opened.