ATP architects engineers

Company: ATP architects engineers
Address: Heiliggeiststraße 16, 6010 Innsbruck
Contact: Gerald Hulka,, +43 (512) 5370-2230

The company is / was already working on construction / consulting projects abroad.

International construction / consulting projects are more private orders.

The proportion of international funding (including the World Bank, EU, EBRD etc.) for orders abroad is low / Not very relevant.

The following multipliers or networking activities abroad helped the company with orders or were important: Private recommendations and long-standing customer relationships in Europe.

The company sees great export opportunities for its services in the following countries: DACH, CEE, Russia.

Why? The company has its own locations there.

Potential clients in the above-mentioned countries could be: Private and public institutions.

In the following regions, the company has / was most successful in international construction / consulting projects: EU (DACH).

In the following areas is / the company has been most successful in international construction / consulting projects so far: building construction, industrial technology / building technology, energy consulting.

The company is active in the following areas: building construction, industrial technology / building technology, energy consulting.

The company has more than 900 employees.

Selected project examples

Technologiezentrum tz2 Seestadt, Vienna/Austria

Seestadt Aspern is one of Europe’s largest urban development areas. Innovative building projects have been emerging here for several years. The first to be completed was aspern IQ,  phase 1 of Technologiezentrum Seestadt. The multiple-award-winning Plus Energy office building, which was integrally designed by ATP Vienna in 2012, has become the flagship project of the 240 hectare complex. Phase 2 continues this story: ATP won a further anonymous, EU-wide realization competition for the TZ. Laid out in the shape of a fan, the urban design concept for the extension demonstrates that office buildings don’t always have to be rectangular block structures. The H-form offers free space for communication and innovation. A basic requirement of the design was a modular, highly-flexible building structure. With its systematically structured rental areas the building combines high-quality architecture, cost-effectiveness and the required high flexibility.

Credits: ATP/Kuball

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Office complex OMV, Schwechat/Austria

ATP architekten ingenieure (Vienna) planned a new office complex of the Schwechat refinery with apparently superimposed structures. The sculptural office building in front of the company's refinery site in Schwechat not only serves as a visiting card for the mineral oil company, but also stands in a prominent position on the way from Vienna-Schwechat Airport to the city centre. Construction began in October 2016 and was completed after a construction period of just 14 months. Supplied with energy from OMV’s steam network the building has a state-of-the-art, lifecycle-oriented energy concept designed by ATP sustain. In urban planning terms, the building marks the entrance to the refinery complex. It is conceived as an ensemble of four interwoven bridge-like buildings, parts of which float like a sculpture over an existing bunker complex. The dynamic, sloping, sculptural forms of the load-bearing pillars combine in an open, generous gesture to create a dramatic reception space with very special aesthetic qualities.

Credits: ATP/Kuball

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Show-Manufacture for luxury watches IWC, Schaffhausen / Swizzerland

The design of the IWC Manufacturing Center in Schaffhausen by ATP architects engineers (Zurich) slips harmoniously into the landscape and recalls the pavilion-like buildings of the Modern Movement. The new facility not only improves the production process by bringing together the manufacturing of components, movements and cases in a single location. Visitors to the Manufacturing Center can also experience how IWC’s luxury watches are created at close hand. “All our core processes and the steps in the manufacturing operation that occurred at various sites have now been brought together under this one roof,” explained Andreas Voll, Chief Operating Officer of IWC, to mark the opening of the plant at the end of August 2018. The manufacturer of luxury watches has equipped the new building with optimized production logistics that include the entire casing and component manufacturing processes and the assembly of movements.

Credits: IWC

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