All over Berlin, structurally identical three-field sports halls are being built as part of the “Fast-track Building Programme for School Sports Halls”. With a high degree of prefabrication and a modular design, these can be erected quickly, economically and sustainably. At the Lily-Braun-Gymnasium in Spandau, the first nine sports halls in Spandau, Steglitz, Lichtenberg, Mitte, Reinickendorf and Charlottenburg are being built as part of the “Quick Building Programme for School Sports Halls”. In the future, this sports hall will not only be used by the pupils of the Lily Braun grammar school, but also by the numerous active and highly committed sports clubs in the neighbourhood The finalisation of the halls is already planned for early 2021. DGI Bauwerk is responsible for the project management.
Right in front of the Alexa shopping centre, the construction of the 150-metre-high “Alexander Berlin’s Capital Tower”, officially begins. It is the first one of a group of planned towers at the Alexanderplatz. According to the plans by Ortner & Ortner, 377 apartments will be built on 35 floors by the end of 2023.
The construction site is located on a highly frequented place in the city centre. With its safety and health coordinators, DGI Bauwerk makes an effective contribution to occupational safety and health protection for all labourers working on the construction site.
The centre of Altona is growing: The City School Altona contributes to the development of the urban district. Located adjacent to a park, the modern and sustainable school is being built on a building plot of 3,500 square meters.
After words of welcome from the First Mayor Peter Tschentscher, the Managing Director of SBH [School Building Hamburg], Ewald Rowohlt, and the Principal, Andrea Lüdtke, the foundation ceremony was solemnly laid in the presence of pupils from the school.
DGI Bauwerk, Hamburg, has successfully bid for the contract for the construction planning and realisation.
An actual drone flight shows closely the complex construction work. A large construction site can be seen, showing the work with concrete pumps and excavated earth of impressively large dimensions.
The FAIR [Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research] particle accelerator facility in Darmstadt is one of the world’s largest construction projects for top international research. Planned and realised is the large-scale project by ARGE ion42.
Only ten weeks after the construction work, the foundation stone was laid for a 23,400 square metre extension at the company‘s location in Gifhorn. According to the plans of the Gödde Architects, modern workplaces for 1,400 employees are being created in a five-storey comb structure. Completion is scheduled for late 2021.
After the first construction section DGI Bauwerk is also commissioned with the services of project management for the extension building.
On behalf of the leading construction company degewo City Wohnungsgesellschaft mbH, two residential buildings with a total of 77 rental apartments will be built in prime inner city location close to the Schlosspark Charlottenburg on the property Pulsstraße 13 until 2020.
On Friday, October 25th, 2019, the topping-out ceremony took place. DGI Bauwerk is assigned with the service phases 6-9 HOAI.
At the end of August 2019 the construction work started. On 28 November the official laying of the foundation stone could take place.
On a 3,500 m² site a modern and sustainable school building [DGNB Gold Certification] for about 1,100 pupils is planned. The client is SBH Schulbau Hamburg. DGI Bauwerk, Hamburg, has successfully bid for the contract for the construction planning and realisation.
The general meeting of the BDA Berlin has elected the Executive Board on October 22. Julia Dahlhaus was appointed chairman of the national association for two years and confirmed the architect Bernd Tibes as the assessor.
Bernd Tibes was appointed to the BDA in 1996. He is a BDA delegate at the representative meeting of the Berlin Chamber of Architects and supports junior research programmes as the founder of the Tibes Scholarship. Mr. Tibes is a member of the Executive Board since 2015.
Photo © Rainer Gollmer
The extended and refurbished Schloss Wittenberg was awarded the Architecture Prize of the State of Saxony-Anhalt 2019 during a festive event in the new Bauhaus Museum in Dessau on October 18, 2019.
The consortium Bruno Fioretti Marquez architects from Berlin was awarded the Architecture Prize of the State of Saxony-Anhalt 2019 with the “Atelier Architektur und Denkmalpflege AADe”. Ingo Bunk, DGI Bauwerk, has been honored as a dedicated site manager.The developer is the city of Wittenberg.
The jury commented, that the architects transformed a problematic monument into a unique architectural work of art.
Many project participants are not aware of the potentials of a health and safety coordination in the planning phase and thus the chance to plan a construction project cost-effectively.
In a technical contribution for bauingenieur24 information service explains Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Dominik Lorentzen [SiGe coordinator according to RAB 30, DGI Bauwerk] why a timely involvement of a coordinator for health and safety measures in the planning phase already saves costs and time.