RINGANA campus in St. Johann in der Haide, which was integrally designed by ATP architects engineers, has been named an “icon”
Joining forces against the waste of resources and for a circular economy
ATP is seeking to fight the growing shortage of resources in close collaboration with Madaster, the central global cadaster for materials, buildings, and infrastructure.
ATP supports the follow-up event to the Concrete Student Trophy with a focus on sustainability: “ISDEC2030”
This year sees the first edition of the “Interdisciplinary Student Design & Engineering Challenge” – “ISDEC2030” for short. ‘2030’, because the student competition is aligned with the UN development objectives for 2030, which include sustainable cities and communities. Hence, resource-friendly, low-energy, and recycling-oriented are the keywords upon which the conception, design, and construction of the entered projects should focus.
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.
ATP sustain’s new office receives multiple awards
ATP sustain is marking the end of the year with a celebration. Its new state-of-the-art and self-designed office in Vienna has become the first to be certified with the new use profile “New building for interiors (NIR20)” and has been awarded DGNB Platinum certification. In addition to this, the office has been awarded ÖGNI Cristall