Architectural offices – calculate the hourly rate and effort with certaintyOnline seminar - Wednesday, November 16, 2022 and Friday, November 18, 2022, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m

Architectural offices – calculate the hourly rate and effort with certainty
Online seminar – Wednesday, November 16, 2022 and Friday, November 18, 2022, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m

Planning offices – calculate the hourly rate and effort with certainty
Online seminar – Wednesday, November 16, 2022 and Friday, November 18, 2022, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m

FOR REGISTRATION

Dr.-Ing. MSc Industrial engineer Lucas Tibes, Managing Director and Head of Controlling, DGI Building Society of Architects, Berlin

Recognition for ZeluBa - Holzbaupreis Niedersachsen 2022Centre for Lightweight and Environmentally-Friendly Buildings ZeluBa, Braunschweig

Recognition for ZeluBa – Holzbaupreis Niedersachsen 2022
Centre for Lightweight and Environmentally-Friendly Buildings ZeluBa, Braunschweig

The Fraunhofer WKI’s ”Center for Light and Environmentally-Friendly Structures ZELUBA®” is located on the campus of the Technische Universität Braunschweig. At the ZELUBA®, they focus on research and development of light and hybrid materials and structural elements including their environmental and fire performance.

The competition entries demonstrate the potential of modern timber construction in terms of innovative designs and technological load-bearing structures for private, commercial and public buildings in Lower Saxony. The award ceremony took place on 2 November 2022 in the Old Town Hall in Hanover with around eighty guests. Nine timber buildings were shortlisted from a total of 29 applications. The president of the Lower Saxony Chamber of Architects, Robert Marlow, presented the timber construction projects and the results of the jury.

Our project architects Mathias Handorf/DGI Bauwerk and Malte Kittelmann/schneider+schumacher happily accepted the certificates of recognition for the ZeluBa research building, which were presented by Forestry Minister Otte-Kinast and Chamber President Marlow.

WOOD CONSTRUCTION AWARD OF LOWER SAXONY 2022

TO THE ZELUBA PROJECT

Building FAIR

Building FAIR

Kirsten Bucher and Norbert Miguletz have been taking turns documenting the gigantic FAIR construction site in Darmstadt for several months.
Now a photo essay has been published by Marlowes with captivating images of both the buildings under construction and the everyday life of a complex construction site.

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Photo ©Norbert Miguletz

 

Platinum - top rating DGNB for EDGE SXB Südkreuz in Berlin

Platinum – top rating DGNB for EDGE SXB Südkreuz in Berlin

Glulam trusses with a span of over 70 metres,
Wood from regional production … EDGE scored particularly well in the areas of ecology (97.3 percent) and social issues (95.0 percent).
More than 100 different aspects were included in the evaluation. This makes EDGE currently the most sustainable building in Germany.
Wood and concrete share the static loads in this project. The CO2 consumption in the construction of the building was reduced by 80 percent.

DGI Service HOAI work stages 6-8
Design Tchoban Voss Architects

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New partnership

New partnership

It‘s time for a change, including initiating the generational change. Following the successful succession plan at DGI Bauwerk, the course has also been set for léonwohlhage.

Under the umbrella of DGI, léonwohlhage and DGI Bauwerk are looking forward to the future together.
léonwohlhage will continue to be run as an independent practice by Prof. Hilde Léon with associates Peter Czekay and Meltem Tekin. In the new partnership, both offices contribute their individual competences derived from 35 years professional experience and benefit mutually from each other’s know-how.

We are challenged to fulfil diverse and demanding construction tasks and at the same time achieving climate neutrality in the building sector. Projects are becoming more complex and digital, planning responsibility is increasing – this requires a wide range of advanced know-how.
With our creativity and experience we are prepared to face this challenge.

Hilde Léon | Constanze Tibes | Bernd Tibes | Lucas Tibes

 

Photos: Britta Leuermann, Christine Fenzl

Recognition for the concept part festival hallGINA Barcelona and DGI Bauwerk with Weidinger Landscape Competition for the construction of a new high school in Strausberg, Wriezener Straße

Recognition for the concept part festival hall
GINA Barcelona and DGI Bauwerk with Weidinger Landscape
Competition for the construction of a new high school in Strausberg, Wriezener Straße

A careful treatment of the listed existing gymnasium and festival hall is at the forefront of the considerations. The outer appearance of the festival hall will essentially be restored. It is planned to divide the hall by glass walls for a media library and co-working space – its spatial experience as a whole will be preserved.
In connection with the two school institutions, an “educational line” and a new urban attractor will be created.

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Recognition for DGI Bauwerk   Competition for the construction of a new physics/nanostructural sciences building at Kassel University

Recognition for DGI Bauwerk
Competition for the construction of a new physics/nanostructural sciences building at Kassel University

The competition brief included complex specifications and the highest demands on functionality for the planning of a new building for physics/nanostructural sciences, which is to be realised as the first construction phase. An idea section was to be developed for the subsequent construction phases for the institutes of chemistry, biology and mathematics.
Seventeen selected offices took part in the competition.
In contrast to what was described in the competition brief, DGI Bauwerk’s entry located both buildings, the Institute of Physics and the NTC, on site A. The idea was that in future both the institutes of chemistry and biology and the mathematics building could be built contiguously on the limited number of sites. In order to achieve this, a very compact structure with up to 5 storeys and 2 inner courtyards was proposed for the Institute of Physics, which accommodates the entire room programme of the institute building.

Competition exhibition in the foyer of the Campus Center of the University of Kassel from 07.06.2022 – 27.06.2022

ion42 at the 18th Laborrunde Conference in Berlin-Buch

ion42 at the 18th Laborrunde Conference in Berlin-Buch

Building laboratories today that will also work tomorrow. What solutions can there be with regard to efficient laboratory buildings with low energy consumption, what approaches, opportunities and potentials do holistic, sustainable campus concepts offer and what hurdles must be overcome during implementation? Many questions and approaches to solutions, examples and stimulating discussions were offered by the Laborrunde 2022 – this time again in presence and at the popular location in Berlin-Buch.
On the first day of the conference, Kai Otto, partner at schneider+schumacher, and Andreas Schneider, authorised signatory at DGI Bauwerk, gave an insight into the planning and construction of the FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) particle accelerator in Darmstadt.

FAIR

ion42

Topping-out ceremony BeCaT - Berlin Center for Advanced Therapies Milestone for future research

Topping-out ceremony BeCaT – Berlin Center for Advanced Therapies
Milestone for future research

The topping-out ceremony was celebrated on 24.05.2022: Representatives of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Technische Universität Berlin as well as guests including the Governing Mayor Franziska Giffey, the Science Senator and Charité Supervisory Board Chair Ulrike Gote and the Finance Senator Daniel Wesener emphasised the importance of this research building.
DGI Bauwerk is designing and realising the BECAT laboratory building; Managing Director Arne Kansmeyer (left) accepted the attentive thanks of the mayor.

Franziska Giffey, Governing Mayor of Berlin: “The new buildings of the research centres ‘BeCat – Berlin Center for Advanced Therapies’ and ‘Si-M – The Simulated Human’ of the Charité are a milestone in the future development of the research and medical metropolis Berlin. (…)
I would like to thank the builders, architects and all those involved for their commitment to the new projects, not least the Federal Government for its participation in this multi-million investment. To the building companies, I wish good progress in the construction work for the buildings of urban interest.”

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Photo: Frank Schneider/KREBS+KIEFER
Sustainable concept convinces - DGI Bauwerk general planning team Contract awarded for Biocentre for the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel - Science City on the "Bremerskamp" site

Sustainable concept convinces – DGI Bauwerk general planning team
Contract awarded for Biocentre for the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel – Science City on the “Bremerskamp” site

In a multi-stage negotiation process, the Berlin-based architectural office DGI Bauwerk, together with an experienced general planning team, was able to convince the jury with its sustainable concept for the new building of the Biocentre for the Biology Section for the purpose of research and teaching on the campus of the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel and was awarded the contract.

By means of a hybrid construction method, materials are used according to their strengths and properties. They fulfil specific functions while at the same time minimising the use of resources. The façade concept deals with the design of a DNA or genome sequence and achieves both a rhythmic and consistent façade grid without appearing too repetitive.

As part of Kiel’s new “Bremerskamp” district, the Biocentre combines excellent research buildings, high-quality study and recreational facilities, and student and urban living. With a usable area of around 16,500 m2 and a gross floor area of 33,000 m2, the new building is the largest component of the new development of the “Bremerskamp” area.

It is planned with a direct connection to the CeTEB – Centre for Basic Research in Translational Evolutionary Biology and will accommodate the Zoological Institute, the Institute for General Microbiology, the Botanical Institute and the Department of Plant Breeding of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences.
Teaching and seminar rooms, research and administrative areas as well as recreation and communication areas will be created for the biology courses.
In addition to the intended certification of sustainability (BNB silver) of all new buildings on the site, an overall concept for energy supply will integrate renewable energies.
The cost framework for the construction phases is estimated at 75 million EUR for the 1st construction phase and 50 million EUR for the 2nd construction phase for the cost groups 200-500.

Client
State of Schleswig-Holstein represented by the Ministry of Finance of the State of Schleswig-Holstein represented by Gebäudemanagement Schleswig-Holstein (GM.SH) AöR, Kiel

Team
DGI Bauwerk Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH | www.dgi-bauwerk.de
General Planning | Object Planning for Buildings and Interiors
TDB Landscape Architecture | tdb-berlin.de | Landscape Architecture
KREBS+KIEFER Ingenieure GmbH | www.kuk.de | structural design | object planning of civil engineering structures | consulting services | building physics: thermal insulation and energy balancing
Planungsgruppe M+M AG | www.pgmm.com | Technical equipment AG 1-3, 8 and laboratory planning
Müller & Bleher Berlin GmbH & Co. KG | mueller-bleher.de | Technical Equipment AG 4-6

 

 

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