ATP in 14th place amongst the 100 largest players on the global architecture scene
The annual BD Ranking is out: And once again ATP has risen a few steps! Having made the Top 20 in the list of the world’s 100 largest architecture offices for the first time in 2020, this year we have climbed another five places. By growing by another 40 architects we have now risen to 14th place in the ranking in “Building Design’s annual survey of the top global practices” from the well-known magazine “Building Design” (BD).
In order to save resources for the future and reduce waste in hospital building, ATP architects engineers makes the case for recycling and re-use friendly design with BIM.
"Health sector buildings are regarded as a special category of buildings because they put the common good at the heart of their core processes", explained Professor Christoph M. Achammer, CEO of ATP, during the expert discussion at the Open Day in Nuremberg.
The real estate expert Denis Cupic becomes Managing Director of redserve Zagreb
The ATP consulting subsidiary redserve is expanding in Central and Eastern Europe. And the Croatian entrepreneur Denis Cupic is playing a leading role. For around six months, he has been a managing partner with responsibility for key account management in the CEE and SEE Regions; and as a senior consultant he is also responsible for commercial real estate projects.
The Nuremberg office of ATP architects engineers has developed into a “Competence Center for the Health Sector”. Projects are integrally designed with BIM.
As a pure architectural office and one of the youngest members of the ATP Group, the initial challenge facing ATP Nuremberg was complex. But within just a few years the now 40-strong team led by Managing Director Andreas Rieser has transformed the hospital planners Haid & Partner GmbH, which it took over in 2018, into a fully-fledged ATP office that offers a complete range of design services.
ATP Nuremberg invites you to its open day.
As an experienced hospital design office, ATP Nuremberg is the “Competence Center for the Health Sector” of the ATP Group. The office, one of five ATP integrated design offices in Germany, is celebrating its successful transformation into a specialist provider of integrated design services. Within just a few years, the now 40-strong team led by Managing Director