ATP sponsors student competition at TU Wien
Making living affordable by combining digital processes and modular building methods as a way of reducing costs and time and saving resources: An interdisciplinary competition for students that was organized by the research area of Integrated Construction Planning and Industrial Building at TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology) as part of the FFG-supported research project “Wohnen 4.0 – Digitale Plattform für leistbares Wohnen” (Living 4.0 – Digital Platform for Affordable Living) inspired some innovative solutions.
A building services course with excellent perspectives
The starter’s pistol has been fired for applications to Tyrol’s first dual study program. From autumn 2021, MCI Innsbruck’s bachelor course “Smart Building Technologies” will offer an integrative combination of study and work. Each of the six semesters is divided into a period of study and a practice block of several months in an innovative partner company such as ATP.
ATP’s experts support the University of Innsbruck with their practice-related BIM know-how.
Around 40 students from the Institute for Experimental Architecture.Hochbau of the University of Innsbruck enjoyed a particular treat in the summer semester of 2019: As part of the seminar Planning Process in Architecture driven by Element Information they immersed themselves in the BIM-based professional world of ATP. As a crowning highlight of the final event they were able to experience their digital building models up close and extremely realistically through ATP’s virtual reality glasses.
The number of ATP shareholders has been increased to eight.
The architect Matthias Wehrle, an associate partner of ATP architects engineers and Managing Director of ATP Zürich, became a partner (and shareholder) of ATP at the end of July.