07.05.2016 - 12.05.2016 — Hall: 9.0 Stand: E 35
ATP architects engineers is Europe’s leading integrated design company with 600 employees. The ATP headquarters is located in Innsbruck (AT). The company runs integrated design offices in eight European locations (Innsbruck, Vienna, Munich, Frankfurt, Zurich, Zagreb, Budapest and Moscow) as well as research and consulting companies.
In 2014, ATP became the first architecture and engineering company worldwide to offer certified integrated design (Quality management ISO 9001, Environmental management ISO 14001).
Led by a Lead Project Manager who is the client’s sole point of contact.
An interdisciplinary team of in-house architects and engineers assumes responsibility for the entire design process which is based on a documented strategy and feasibility planning.
The interdisciplinary and simultaneous design process is the precondition for lifecycle-oriented buildings. Integrated design uses the possibilities of interdisciplinary know-how from the areas of architecture, structural and building services engineering and site supervision in every phase of a project in order to produce tailor-made, innovative results. The team works in a spirit of close cooperation to identify the best solution and ensure its quality-oriented constructional implementation.
Since 2014 ATP has developed complex building projects in a virtual building model which represents the entire process – from the first idea, via all design and constructional variants to the operation of the building through-out its entire life.
With 40 years of integrated design experience, ATP is today regarded as not only a pioneer of integrated design but also as an early mover in the use of BIM. Amongst other things, the BIM Standard developed by ATP was integrated into the Austrian BIM Norm that came into force in 2015.
As fully integrated designers we accept responsibility for
site supervision services
during all project phases, from conception to construction.
We deliver all these services in a simultaneous and interdisciplinary manner, from the project idea to the completion of the building. We call this single source fully integrated design.