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Object construction

New construction of a building complex as a part of the Überseequartier

in the HafenCity in Hamburg

The Überseequartier is an integrated district and central part of the HafenCity in Hamburg.

The building F3 was designed by the architect’s office Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei and built by Helmut Peters. The arcades are inspired by the scenery of Venice.

client and address:

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield Germany GmbH
Klaus-Bungert-Str. 1
40468 Düsseldorf

location of the construction site:

HafenCity – 22057 Hamburg

construction period: 

concrete and reinforced concrete work

September 2021 – February 2024

order total: 

34.000.000,00 €

description of the object:

As an expansion of the HafenCity, a new quarter is beeing created in the heart of Hamburg. The Überseequartier is designed as the new center of the quarter.

Amongst others a modern cruise terminal, a cinema complex and an approx. 250.000m² area for multiple usages are currently beeing built.

The building complex “The Yard“, built by HP, is with a usable area of 12.000 m² mainly designated for commercial usage. Under the building is a three-story underground parking lot with storage rooms and delivery zones.

Further a two-story basement of a neighboring building, which is also located on the construction site, belongs to the service range. All parts of the building are built in in-situ concrete and were constructed with a complex and accurate reinforcement structure.

architect:

LRO GmbH & Co. KG

implementation planning: IMB ASYMETRIA architekci

master planning: HPP International Planungsgesellschaft mbH

features:

certified with the BREEAM Excellent Standard 

usable area: 

approx. 12.000m² on 4 stories

built-up area:

approx. 20.000m² including basement

building volume 

approx. 100.000m³

New construction of a warehouse in Potsdam

Store+more – Das Hotel der Dinge

The five-story self storage building, StoreMore – Hotel der Dinge, was built in the Potsdam-Süd industrial area. Individual storage units in the building can be rented.

For the Attica Holding PM GmbH company in Kassel a second self storage building of this kind will be planned and realized between 2023 and 2024. 

client and address:

Attica Holding PM GmbH

Zwickauer Straße 56b

04103 Leipzig 

location of the site: 

Drewitzer Straße 48, 14478 Potsdam

construction period: 

Mai 2022 until April 2023

order total: 

approx. 7.000.000,00 €

description of the object: 

StoreMore decribes the self-storage – concept as a “Hotel for things“, accessible 24/7. It is a modern way for safe, clean and dry self storage of goods. There is a total of four full floors with self storage units of different sizes made of steel panels.

On the first floor of the storage building are external units, which can be accessed directly from the yard, a reception area, two exterior staircases and two freight elevators. 

The load-bearing building structure consists of reinforced concrete and the facade of sandwich elements. The ceilings are made of in-situ concrete. The roof is waterproofed and the canopies are made of a steel structure with trapezoidal sheet metal and glass.

 

architects

(design planning):

Homuth + Trappe Architekten

Prinz-Eugen-Straße 38

04277 Leipzig

usable area:

7.606 m²

built-up area:

2.000 m²

building volume: 

30.100 m³

New construction of a production and office building in Hamburg

Eppendorf SE in Hamburg

A new construction of a four-story office building including a production hall was built as an extension of the location on a free area on the premises of Eppendorf SE in the Barkhausenweg.

The room concept provides fixed central social areas and access routes and the respective floor plan enables to use the office areas as required.

client and address:

Eppendorf SE

Barkhausenweg 1

22339 Hamburg

location of construction site:

Barkhausenweg 1, 22339 Hamburg

construction period:

from August 2019 – September 2021

order total:

approx. 9.000.000,00 €

description of the object:

The new construction (house 10 on the premises of Eppendorf SE) was constructed in reinforced concrete. It consists of a basement with a production hall and associated adjoining rooms, a first floor with production, office and break rooms and two upper floors with offices and laboratories.

The facade is designed with a stick curtain wall system, plastic window elements and a Warema sun protection system. The roof is built as a warm roof.

On the outside a scissor lift table for transports to and from the production hall in the basement is provided. For the internal load transport an elevator was installed on all four floors.

The technical building equipment includes extensive electrical and IT installations, a high-performance heating and ventilation system with an air exchange rate of approx. 45.000 m³/day for the production, a refrigeration plant and sanitary installations.

features:

The technical processing/construction management of the tendered services and the collision planning for the technical systems, include the entire structural and technical implementation planning of the architects and engineers according to the service phase 5, HOAI.

 

architect:

Industrie Planung Architekten und Ingenieure GmbH

Flachsland 10

22083 Hamburg

usable area:

  4.450 m²

built-up area:

  1.250 m²

building volume:

14.765 m³

Two new production buildings on the site of

the Eppendorf Polymere GmbH in Oldenburg in Holstein

The Eppendorf Polymere GmbH ordered production halls as expansion of the existing site. They are used for the production and processing of semi-finished and finished products.

The halls will be connected to each other and the existing building via connecting corridor. In order to keep the overall appearance, the facades were given a uniformly light-colored design.

client and address:

Eppendorf SE 

Barkhausenweg 1

22339 Hamburg

location of construction site: 

Sebenter Weg 36, 23758 Oldenburg in Holstein

construction period:

from January 2019 – December 2020

order total: 

approx. net 13.600.000,00 €

description of the object:

The new constructions, house 9 and 10, consist of a basement, a first floor, a mezzanine and a connecting corridor, which is enclosed and roofed and leads to the existing buildings.

On the first floor is a production hall which was built as a clean room.

The load-bearing structure is a combination of precast reinforced concrete elements and in-situ concrete. The curtain wall is a stick curtain wall system, the window elements are made of plastic and the external venetian blinds have flat slats. The roof is constructed as a warm roof on trapezoidal sheet metal. A combined passenger and freight elevator will be installed to provide access to the production areas. The technical building equipment includes the energy supply, the general electrical installation, the sanitary installation and parts of the heating and ventilation system.

features:

The technical processing/construction management of the tendered services and the collision planning for the technical systems, include the entire structural and technical implementation planning of the architects and engineers according to the service phase 5, HOAI.

architects: 

Industrie Planung Architekten und Ingenieure GmbH

Flachsland 10

22083 Hamburg 

usable area:

house   9:   3.660 m²

house 10:   3.660 m²

built-up area:

house   9:   1.620 m²

house 10:   1.620 m²

building volume: 

house   9:  22.110 m³

house 10:  24.580 m³ 

New construction of an office building on the site of

the Eppendorf Polymere GmbH in Oldenburg in Holstein.

As an extension of the existing location, the Eppendorf Polymere GmbH has planned an office and administration building including a canteen on the first floor. It is connected to the existing house 1 by a connecting corridor.

The first floor is built parallel to the existing buildings on this site and the two upper floors parallel to the road.

Therefore, the upper floors are twisted in relation to the first floor and protrude to the south beyond the access road.

client and address: 

Eppendorf SE

Barkhausenweg 1

22339 Hamburg

location of construction site: 

Oldenburg in Holstein

Sebenter Weg 39

construction period:

from August 2020 – December 2021

order total: 

approx. net 5.550.000,00 €

description of the object:

The new office building (house 12 on the site of the Eppendorf SE in Oldenburg) has three stories.The entrance area, the canteen and the kitchen are on the first floor. On the two upper floors an office space has been created. The curtain wall of the upper floors consists of folded metal panels.

The first floor has an exposed concrete curtain wall. The window elements are made of plastic and some are fitted with a sun protection system. The roof is designed as a warm roof with extensive greenery.

The interior on the upper floors is mostly made of partition walls with glass to provide transparency, spaciousness and flexibility.

The extensive electrical and IT installations as well as the heating and ventilation system were planned with great precision. Not only to perform well, but also to fit into the design of the office space with its transparent walls.

features:

The technical processing/construction management of the tendered services and the collision planning for the technical systems, include the entire structural and technical implementation planning of the architects and engineers according to the service phase 5, HOAI.

architect: 

Industrie Planung Architekten und Ingenieure GmbH

Flachsland 10

22083 Hamburg

usable area: 

1.793,32 m²

built-up area:

717,00 m²

building volume:

7.986,12 m³

New construction of a local shopping center

Minicenter Wedel - EDEKA, ALDI, BUDNIKOWSKY

In the newly built local shopping center are three units (Edeka, Aldi and Budnikowsky) for food and drugstore articles located.

There is a parking deck on the roof area, which is accessible via a side ramp.

Besides, there is an elevator as well as an escalator, which lead to the stores.

client and address:

TERRA Grundstücksgesellschaft Zwönitz mbH Weimar  

In der Buttergrube 9

99428 Weimar-Legefeld

location of construction site: 

Am Marienhof 1-3, 22880 Wedel

construction period:

November 2020 until November 2021

order total: 

11.450.000,00 €

description of the object: 

The planned building is a commercial building on the first floor including a parking deck for 171 cars on the roof and an access ramp. The building is approx. 122m long and 73,5m wide. The load-bearing structure consists of columns, beams, exterior walls and TT-slabs, which are installed as precast reinforced concrete parts on the given concrete foundations. The partition walls of the units and the storage areas are constructed out of non-load-bearing masonry and plasterboard walls. The exposed parking deck will be sealed and will have a surface suitable for cars. 

The parking deck can be reached by a moving walkway or a glass elevator. The extension of the units, including the technical building equipment, is based on the tenants’ descriptions.

features:

Our scope of services includes among others the architectural and engineering services (along with outdoor facilities) according to the service phases 5-9, HOAI.

 

architect:

meisterplan

Reinsdorfer Straße 16

08527 Plauen

usable area: 

5.461 m²

built-up area:

6.265 m²

building volume: 

42.927 m³

New construction of a warehouse

as a self storage in Berlin, company Shurgard

The self storage building was realized for the company Shurgard. It has 5 full floors, an elevator system and a shop to serve clients and to sell storage supplies.

The second self storage building for Shurgard was realized in 2022.

client and address:

Shurgard Germany GmbH

Zeilweg 42

60439 Frankfurt am Main

location of construction site: 

Shurgard Self-Storage

Flottenstraße 24

13407 Berlin

construction period:

from April 2020 until mid 2021

 

order total: 

approx. 4.200.000,00 EUR

description of the object: 

In the first place the building is used for safe, clean and dry self storage of material goods. Five storage units were installed on the full floors. There are two exterior staircases and two freight elevators that connect all five floors. There are corridors within the full floors, that provide access to the self storage units.

The load-bearing structure of the self storage building consists of reinforced concrete and has a maximum height of 16,27m. The ceilings were made of in-situ concrete and the bracing walls were constructed of reinforced concrete. The partition walls are made as dry wall construction and the technical rooms were masoned. 

The storage units were made of a steel panel structure. The building envelope consists of noncombustible sandwich elements made of steel panels. The roof was constructed as a waterproof roof structure. The facade in the entrance and storage area is equipped with a canopy to protect it from the weather.

architects

(design planning):

CKRS-Architektengesellschaft mbH

Schlesische Straße 29-30

10997 Berlin 

usable area: 

approx. 8.100 m²

built-up area: 

approx. 1.800 m²

building volume: 

approx. 28.500 m³

New construction of a wellness center

The Vabali Spa Hamburg in Glinde

The day spa center consists of five areas: an entrance area, an arcade, a sauna area and a hotel complex. The fifth area, the wellness center itself, is the main component of the complex.

HP services: supervision and shell construction work.

client and address: 

Vabali Spa Hamburg GmbH & Co. KG

Elisabeth-Treskow-Platz 1

50678 Köln

location of construction site:

In der Trift, 21509 Glinde

construction period: 

March 2020 until approx. December 2020

order total:

approx. 6.500.000,00 EUR

description of the object

The construction site is situated in Glinde and includes a total area of approx. 36.000 m². A two-story wellness building with a three-story hotel complex attached was built on the southern part of the site.

The buildings are partly with a basement. The foundation of the building is a shallow foundation. Under some parts of the building a ground improvement with CMC was made. 

The ground floor slab and the walls of the basement, which are touching the ground, are made of reinforced concrete just like the pools.

The load-bearing supports and ceilings in the basement and on the first floor were made of reinforced concrete, load-bearing walls were made of reinforced concrete and masonry and the non-load-bearing walls of masonry.

The walls in the basement are designed as exposed masonry surfaces with a coat of paint. The floor areas on the first floor and the second floor will have floating screeds with coverings made of tiles, natural stone, wood and in some areas power float concrete.

The thermally insulated roof components are covered with shingles, pantiles or extensive green roofs. The flat roof areas are designed as waterproof ceilings and have terrace surfaces or green areas. 

 

architect: 

Jakob Post Architekten

St.-Eustachius Platz 1

41564 Kaarst

usable area:

approx. 13.858 m²

built-up area: 

approx. 15.679 m²

building volume

approx. 61.126 m³

Residential construction

Industrial construction

New construction of a warehouse and logistics hall

J.G. Niederegger GmbH & Co. KG in Lübeck

Expansion of the logistics area for the J.G. Niederegger GmbH & Co. KG at their location in Lübeck.

A shipping and order picking building with an office and a social building as well as an automated high-bay warehouse were added to the existing building in the southwest area.

Furthermore several replacements were realized in the basement area and on the first floor. 

 

client and address:

J.G. NIEDEREGGER GmbH & Co. KG

Zeißstraße 1-7, 23560 Lübeck

location of construction site:

J.G. NIEDEREGGER GmbH & Co. KG

Zeißstraße 1-7, 23560 Lübeck

construction period:

June 2022 until July 2023

order total:

approx. 9.200.000,00 €

description of the object:

For the expansion of production and the optimization of the production processes a new building was planned on the plant site right next to the existing company building. The new warehouse is constructed as an in-situ concrete and prefabricated structure. The offices are located on the first floor. The warehouse has partly a basement, in which the building technology is placed. The rooms for the staff and the sprinkler control panel (a waterproof design) are also located in the basement.

Moreover a rebuilding of the existing building is part of the construction project. To make room for a warehouse for order picking, an intermediate ceiling is installed. 

In this context the rebuilding of the technical building equipment takes place.

features:

Due to the direct connection of the new construction and the existing building, not only an exact execution of the construction and the connections is necessary, but also the continuation of the design concept of the existing facade on the new building.

The basement with the sprinkler control panel includes a sprinkler tank of 900m³ capacity, which is based on a waterproof design with a pillar foundation.

 

architect:

Thiele / Linnenberg Planungsgesellschaft mbH

Borstelmannsweg 145

20537 Hamburg

usable area:

2.200 m²

built-up area: 

2.200 m² building plus 3.200 m² paved driveways

building volume:

14.000 m³

Extension of a production and storage building

OMNITRADE Handelsgesellschaft mbH

In 2021 an extension of the production and storage building for the processing and storage of nuts and dried fruits was planned and realized on the building site.

client and address:

Vergin Grundstücksgesellschaft mbH

Birkenredder 17 a

22359 Hamburg

location of construction site: 

Jacobsrade 86 in 22962 Siek

construction period:

September 2020 until August 2021

order total: 

9.650.000,00 €

description of the object: 

The company building is a load-bearing structure out of precast reinforced concrete. Necessary strip foundations are executed in in-situ concrete. The roof is supported by reinforced concrete ties and consists of trapezoidal sheets, insulation and sealing.

The external walls of the company building are constructed from precast concrete sandwich elements.

For architectural reasons the exterior reinforced concrete sandwich shell is partly replaced by a corrugated metal panel.

Some integrated, usage-dependent parts of the building will have reinforced concrete filigree walls as well as partition walls made of precast reinforced concrete elements and will consist partly of masonry. The reinforced concrete floor in the warehouse is finished with a hard wear layer to ensure a wear resistance when using forklifts. 

The reinforced concrete floor in the production area above the underground garage will have a layer as well.

features:

The subject of our contract is the extended shell construction with the following crafts: 

Setting up a construction site, earthwork, in-situ concrete work, precast reinforced concrete units, foundation earth electrode,

steel construction, masonry work, plasterwork, corrugated facade work, roof and plumbing work, smoke and heat extraction (RWA),

screed work including the preparation of structural calculation and the formwork and reinforcement plans.

architects:

industrie planung architekten und ingenieure gmbh

Flachsland 10, 22083 Hamburg

usable area:

18.000 m²

built-up area:

18.000 m²

building volume 

210.000 m³

New construction of a warehouse

As self storage in Berlin, company Shurgard

The self storage building was built in 2020 as the second building realized by Helmut Peters for the company Shurgard.

The third project of this kind is planned with a construction period from September 2023 until the end of 2024.

client and address:

First Shurgard Germany GmbH

Zeilweg 42

60439 Frankfurt am Main

location of construction site:

First Shurgard Self-Storage

Pablo-Picasso-Straße 45

13057 Berlin-Hohenschönhausen

construction period:

from January 2021 until February 2022

order total: 

approx. 4.950.000,00 EUR

description of the object: 

In the first place the building is used for safe, clean and dry self storage of material goods. Five storage units were installed on the full floors. There are two exterior staircases and two freight elevators that connect all five floors. The self storage units on the individual floors can be reached via general corridors that are accessible to everyone.

The load-bearing structure of the self storage building consists of reinforced concrete and has a maximum height of 16,27m. The ceilings were made of in-situ concrete and the bracing walls were constructed of reinforced concrete. The partition walls are made as dry wall construction and the technical rooms were masoned. 

The storage units were made of a steel panel structure. The building envelope consists of noncombustible sandwich elements made of steel panels. The roof was constructed as a waterproof roof structure. The facade in the entrance and storage area is equipped with a canopy to protect it from the weather.

features:

This is the second project of this kind. The storage building in the Flottenstraße 24 in 13407 Berlin was the first self storage project for the Shurgard Germany GmbH and was completed in 2021.

architects

(design planning):

CKRS-Architektengesellschaft mbH

Schlesische Straße 29-30

10997 Berlin 

usable area:

approx. 8.100 m²

built-up area:

approx. 1.800 m²

building volume:

approx. 28.500 m³

New building for the coffee roastery

J.J. Darboven GmbH & Co. KG

A building for the installation of a roaster for the coffee production process was built as an extension to the existing building on the company’s site in Hamburg.

client and address:

J.J. Darboven GmbH & Co. KG 

Pinkertweg 13, 22113 Hamburg

location of construction site:

Pinkertweg 13, 22113 Hamburg

construction period:

from February 2021 until April 2022

order total:

approx. 4.000.000,00 €

description of the object: 

The newly constructed building is used for the further refinement of green coffee. The production is on the first floor. 

The second full floor has several levels, which are necessary for the operation of the roaster. To this regard the required technical systems extend in the building over a height of 22,5m.The building and its structure are integrated into the existing building. 

The construction project is enclosed from three sides by existing buildings. The structure is based on piles. 

All load-bearing structure components are made of reinforced concrete. 

The facade adapts to the existing buildings and is integrated into the visual appearance of Darboven’s site.

features:

The height stability of the building’s sections was guaranteed by the installed formwork system. 

architect:

Thiele / Linnenberg Planungsgesellschaft mbH

Borstelmannsweg 145

20537 Hamburg

usable area: 

1.200 m²

building volume: 

12.912 m³

 

New construction of a transformer station at Alexanderplatz, Berlin - Mitte

Stromnetz Berlin GmbH

The Stromnetz Berlin GmbH operates the electrical energy distribution grid with the sub-grids at high voltage, medium voltage and low voltage in Berlin.

Further substations and electrical nodes are planned in Berlin as part of the expansion of the distribution grid. The building of the substation in the Voltairestraße is the second project in cooperation with the Helmut Peters construction company. 

client and address:

Stromnetz Berlin GmbH 

Eichenstr. 3a, 12435 Berlin

location of construction site: 

Voltairestraße 5, 10179 Berlin 

construction period:

March 2023 – August 2024

order total:

confidential – not specified 

description of the object:  

The building complexes are constructed as solid structures with reinforced concrete walls, floor slabs, beams and columns as well as load-bearing and non-load-bearing masonry walls.

Rear-ventilated, curtain-type clinker facades and partially ventilated metal facades are planned.The facades are thermally insulated. The windows are produced in tilt and tilt and turn design and are out of light metal with double glazing.

Flat roofs are constructed with a sloping concrete-lightweight concrete structure and a roof sealing consisting of 

elastomer bitumen welded sheeting on 

noncombustible mineral fiber flat roof insulation A1.The drainage takes places via individual drains. A sufficient number of emergency drains is provided.

The design meets the requirements of hard roofing in terms of fire protection. The ventilation relates to a small number of operating rooms such as battery rooms, rooms with higher heat generation and interior, windowless rooms.

The unoccupied building doesn’t require constant heating, because heat is emitted in almost all operating rooms.

Based on the fire protection concept and the operator’s requirements, the rooms are equipped with systems for natural smoke extraction.

features:

The construction project is located in the center of Berlin and will be connected to an existing tunnel under a railroad viaduct. Special construction site logistics are required, because the space on the site is limited. In order to keep the space between the buildings on the site, terraces were planned to give the building the appearance of stairs.

usable area: 

confidential – not specified 

built-up area:

confidential – not specified 

building volume:

confidential – not specified 

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Dr. Straetmans, Neubau Bürogebäude Merkurring 90 in Hamburg

HHLA, ARGE Umbau Speicher Block Q

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PROCAP Schwerin, Produktionshalle

Niederegger Lübeck, Neubau und Sanierung von Produktionsgebäuden

Darboven – Kaffeeröster

Vabali Spa – Rohbau