Lecture DGI Project Management - Best Practice Professional decision management

Lecture DGI Project Management – Best Practice
Professional decision management

It is not only at the start of a project that important decisions have to be made and tasks allocated.

Dipl.-Ing. Anna Bade, Head of Project Management/DGI Bauwerk, Berlin, shares her practical experience in project management and highlights aspects of professional decision management.

The lecture will take place on 24.01.2022 from 09:30-10:15 as part of the European Academy Berlin’s online event on ‘Project management and control in public construction projects’.

PROGRAMME AND REGISTRATION

The Journey 2022

The Journey 2022

This year again we have been missing missing many familiar things. But we are hopeful for 2022.
The DGI team would like to say thank you for your trust and good cooperation.

We are looking forward to continuing throughout the New Year the successful paths we have taken together.
Season‘s greetings and best wishes for the New Year to you and your families.

Sketch Konstantinos Evangelou, DGI Bauwerk

Lecture ZeluBa -17th Lab Round Conference 18.11.2021 in Berlin

Lecture ZeluBa -17th Lab Round Conference 18.11.2021 in Berlin

Building laboratories today that will work tomorrow – that’s what the “Lab Round” will be about on 18 and 19 November.
The project architects Mathias Handorf /DGI Bauwerk and Malte Kittelmann /schneider+schumacher will provide an insight into the planning and realisation of the ZeluBa research building of the Fraunhofer WKI in Braunschweig, which will be completed in 2021. The new building comprises offices, laboratories, a seminar room and a test hall on 1,700 square metres.
The programme of the Laboratory Round Table Conference is available at: www.laborrunde.de

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16 months after the groundbreaking ceremony Topping-out ceremony for the new nuclear chemistry building at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

16 months after the groundbreaking ceremony
Topping-out ceremony for the new nuclear chemistry building at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Only about 16 months after the symbolic ground-breaking ceremony, the shell of the new laboratory and office building for nuclear chemistry with the research reactor TRIGA Mainz at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) has been completed. At the topping-out ceremony on 09.11.2021, Science Minister Clemens Hoch, State Secretary of Finance Dr. Stephan Weinberg, JGU Chancellor Dr Waltraud Kreutz-Gers and the Managing Director of the Landesbetrieb LBB, Holger Basten, acknowledged the importance of the new building project, which is being managed by the LBB Mainz branch.

In terms of design and construction, DGI Bauwerk work as general planner under the direction of architect Constanze Tibes: “Building for science means form follows function. The new replacement building for the original laboratory and office building for nuclear chemistry continues the existing ensemble in terms of function and design. But building for science also means building for the future and the people who work in it. That is why transparency, brightness and a pleasant feeling of space are particularly important. For example, the foyer receives daylight from both sides and the new underground connecting passage to TRIGA Mainz has generous glazing in the roof ceiling.”

In terms of urban planning, the task was to organise a demanding room programme as well as supplementary rooms required by radiation protection law on the very limited open space of the Kernchemie site. The separation of the areas relevant to radiation protection (monitoring area) from the other rooms runs through all levels from the basement to the technical floor. The result is a compact building with edges measuring around 50 by 30 metres, which makes optimal use of the building site on Jakob-Welder-Weg. The new building will take over the street line and the staggered heights of the neighbouring laboratory building. This creates a coherent ensemble.
Photo/©: Stefan F. Sämmer / LBB
(from left) LBB Managing Director Holger Basten, Minister of Science Clemens Hoch, architect Constanze Tibes (DGI Bauwerk), State Secretary of Finance Dr. Stephan Weinberg, Vice Dean Prof. Dr. Tobias Reich and JGU Chancellor Dr. Waltraud Kreutz-Gers

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Topping-out ceremony for CFPII laboratory and office building at the future Centre for Fundamental Physics of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Topping-out ceremony for CFPII laboratory and office building
at the future Centre for Fundamental Physics of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

The emerging Centre for Fundamental Physics will create tailor-made conditions for excellent research. The topping-out ceremony for the four-storey CFP II laboratory and office building designed by DGI Bauwerk has now been celebrated.
Words of welcome from Science Minister Clemens Hoch, Finance and Construction Minister Doris Ahnen, Dr. Waltraud Kreutz-Gers, Chancellor of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Prof. Dr. Volker Büscher, Professor at the Institute of Physics and construction supervisor of CFP II, and Holger Basten, Managing Director of Landesbetrieb LBB, emphasised the importance for cutting-edge research of the federally funded excellence cluster PRISMA+ in the field of particle and hadron physics.

The building is scheduled to be completed in summer 2023.

The new laboratory and office building CFP II is complementary to the sub-project CFP I, which includes the conversion and expansion of the existing underground experiment halls to accommodate the new innovative electron accelerator MESA.

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Helmholtz Centre BerlinIn operation - Solar façade of the testing hall

Helmholtz Centre Berlin
In operation – Solar façade of the testing hall

The testing hall planned and realised by DGI Bauwerk and equipped with a façade-integrated photovoltaic system is now being operated by Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin as a real laboratory.
The official commissioning took place on 6 September 2021 in the presence of the State Secretary for Economic Affairs, Energy and Operations of the State of Berlin, Christian Rickerts.

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Different seasons and weather conditions: Over long periods of time, the actual behaviour of the solar modules can now be researched. In the building itself [clean room, various laboratories and assembly stations], researchers develop and build globally unique components for BESSY II and other synchrotron radiation sources for internationally renowned accelerator research at HZB.

THE PROJECT

Foto © HZB / M. Setzpfandt

 

 

Structural work installation and filling of the radiation protection gates - Centre for Fundamental Physics I

Structural work installation and filling of the radiation protection gates – Centre for Fundamental Physics I

The radiation protection gates were installed to shield and separate the underground experimental hall CFP I from traffic routes and insertion openings. The concrete filling is currently underway.

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Donation for Action Alliance Disaster Relief

Donation for Action Alliance Disaster Relief

We support the organisations of the Action Alliance for Disaster Relief – Caritas international, German Red Cross and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe – in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate with a financial donation so that they can continue to provide aid to the people worst affected by the floods.

Architectural offices – reliable calculation of the hourly rate and expenseTraining seminar in September - Berlin Chamber of Architects

Architectural offices – reliable calculation of the hourly rate and expense
Training seminar in September – Berlin Chamber of Architects

Wednesday and Friday, 8./10. September 2021, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Dr.-Ing. M. Sc. Business Engineer Lucas Tibes is managing director and head of the controlling department at DGI Bauwerk Gesellschaft von Architekten. On the basis of specific practical examples, he will present the business context of an architectural office and impart the most important types of costs and influencing factors to the participants. They learn to independently determine overhead surcharge rates as well as individual hourly employee rates on the basis of a business analysis. Project and offer calculations are created with simple tools (Google Sheets) and the risks and optimisation potentials are discussed. Important key figures for evaluating the economic efficiency of the office are presented and reviewed.

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Completed: multifunctional office and switching station building for 50hertz

Completed: multifunctional office and switching station building for 50hertz

The new building for 50Hertz Transmission GmbH located in Berlin-Charlottenburg has been completed. Modern, flexible offices on the upper floors and a canteen are now available for the approximately 100 employees. The hall for a 110kV switching station, control rooms and garages for trucks are located on the ground floor.
A curtain wall with light grey metal cladding is attached to a two-storey base made of dark grey fibre cement panels. A colourful play of rotatable perforated sheet metal lamellas shadows the window areas facing the lounge areas.
The construction was carried out while the transformer station was in operation – design and realisation by DGI Bauwerk.

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