„Luft nach unten”
Wer würde hier nicht arbeiten wollen? Das von ATP integral mit BIM geplante neue Headquarter von Markas in Bozen ist über 40 Meter hoch und hat durch sein innovatives Tragwerk dennoch „Luft nach unten”. Ein chilliges Gartengeschoss auf 14 Metern Höhe, tageslichtdurchflutete Open Office Spaces mit atemberaubendem Ausblick sind große Assets des
DGNB award for the new facility of Viega GmbH, Österreich, which was integrally designed by ATP Vienna and ATP sustain
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility of the system supplier and global market leader for building services technology marked the start of construction of a building that will become a reference project in many ways: The building on Austria’s idyllic Attersee, which has been integrally designed with BIM by ATP Vienna and ATP sustain, has a particularly impressive economic footprint: The new-build project received a record number of points according to the requirements of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) and has already been presented a “platinum” pre-certificate. The concept for the interactive Viega seminar center also breaks new ground and redefines the existing standards for training centers.
ATP Innsbruck designs a modern CLT production facility
A lot of earth is currently on the move in Drautal in Upper Carinthia. The East Tyrolean timber producer Theurl is building a state-of-the-art factory for cross-laminated timber elements on a site of around 12.5 hectares. Following its final completion in 2021, Theurl’s third factory will be able to produce around 100,000 m³ cross-laminated timber for the trans-regional market.
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.
ATP-Experten stärken Universität Innsbruck mit praxisnahem BIM-Wissen
Rund 40 Studierende des Instituts für experimentelle Architektur Fachbereich Hochbau der Universität Innsbruck kamen im Sommersemester 2019 in einen besonderen Genuss: Im Rahmen des Seminars