Germany's most populous community thrives on heterogeneity, diversity, special features and visions. Musician David Bowie aptly said: "Belin, the greatest cultural extravaganza that one could imagine." Our TGA planners in Berlin plan and design concepts for a wide variety of projects using state-of-the-art technology and the latest software from Autodesk (REVIT MEP and BIM collaborate pro).
We are part of the EDGE in Berlin. Forward-looking work is made possible and supported by the location itself. The EDGE Grand Central is the most intelligent and innovative office building in Germany. With its state-of-the-art technical equipment, the TGA planning office offers our Berlin employees the best conditions for innovative and collaborative work. The special thing about it is that the entire building with its office spaces remains green. It is the first German building to be certified with the WELL Building Standard Gold and the DGNB Platinum. Here we feel comfortable, here we can realize DES.
The offices are located directly at Berlin's main train station. From here the world is open: Visit culture, leisure activities, as well as restaurants and bars in the city, take the next train out into nature or to the next city. The location Berlin offers many advantages. TGA planners can diversify their free time with the wide range of activities on offer, and during and after working hours they always meet other creative minds who want to make the world a little better with their visions. The exchange among each other keeps things moving and sparks new ideas.
Berlin is modern. This leads to the demand to realize modern concepts in the projects and buildings. The TGA planning office in Berlin is right at the forefront of such projects. A big step will be the Spandauer Ufer. This quarter in the middle of the city will become a model of energy recycling. The direct location on the Havel River will be used to power the air conditioning system with the help of the river. The building's wastewater heat heats the building and then flows cooled to the waterworks. This makes efficient use of the available energy, some of which is renewable, so that a turnaround can be seen here. This is the future of building development.