An eight-storey building in Berlin built in the 1950s is being converted into an off-grid building that generates its own heating and electricity from solar energy.
Following a construction period of some three years, the new Siemens corporate headquarters in Munich was opened on June 24, 2016. The building is to be certified in accordance with the highest national and international sustainability standards.
A multipurpose Überseequartier (overseas quarter) is being built on a site the size of 55 football fields in the southern part of Hamburg’s HafenCity district.
The corporate headquarters of HypoVereinsbank in the Bogenhausen district of Munich has been awarded LEED Platinum certification.
A new campus is taking shape for the Siemens technology group in the south of Erlangen.
In February 2016, Schön Klinik Roseneck in Prien became the first healthcare building to be awarded the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council) Platinum certificate.
The Max Frank Group – headquartered in Leiblfing, Bavaria – has won two Gold awards for its new administration building.
The Drees & Sommer engineering experts are supporting the city council with building systems engineering, building physics and facade technology, as well as consulting on energy design.
A new city is taking shape 30 km south of the capital Ulaanbaatar: Maidar Eco City.