When the seat of government moved back to Berlin after the German reunification, a competition was held for the rebuilding of the German Chancellors Office. This competition was won by the architects Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank.
The building encompasses representatives’ areas for official visits and international conferences (in the NATO Hall) and office space for approximately 450 employees.
The services rendered focused on the following tasks:
Building an organizational structure for project management
Acquisition of specialized design services consisting of structural design, M&E, building physics, facade design, architectural acoustics and room acoustics
Consultation with the client and the user about the services needed and the definition of workflows
Evaluation of offers of specialized planning and preparation of a procurement proposal
Participation in the award of planning services
Implementation and management of planning meetings