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.
With more than 800 employees in its ten integrated design offices ATP architects engineers is Europe’s leading integrated design office. The relocation to Zurich West is enabling the company’s Zurich office to become a Swiss competence center for digital interdisciplinary design with Building Information Modeling (BIM).
New and strong architectural partner for complex and demanding building projects
Since the beginning of the year the design group ATP architects engineers, which operates across Europe, has been the new majority shareholder of Mint Architecture. On Thursday evening the two sister companies ATP Zurich and Mint Architecture celebrated the opening of their new offices, which are very close to each other in Zurich West.
Mint Architecture creates its own user-oriented world of work
The specialists for commercial and user-oriented architecture Mint Architecture has moved to Zurich West. In its new premises at Förrlibuckstrasse 150 the architectural office has created a process-oriented world of work based on the approach of “activity-based working” that will facilitate new innovative ways of working and enable visitors to experience the brand and culture of the architectural office in three-dimensional surroundings.
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.