The six-storey office and business house in an A1 city location with shopping mall on the ground floor and an atrium is a historical landmark in Hamburg.
Starting on 23.11.2011, the two interior design branches in Coesfeld and Hamburg will convert the still-unfinished 5th floor in record time before the 28.02.2012.
5000 sqm of wall area and 3000 sqm floorspace as well as numerous doors with glass side panels and fire protection work are required for the new office.
This is a challenge for the two branch offices. The merchant building is a typical Hamburg Kontorhaus (traditional office building), built in 1905 in the magnificent Hanseatic basic style. It lies centrally in the Passagenviertel (passage quarter) between the Großen Bleichen and the Bleichen Bridge, directly on the canal. Because of this, it is not easy to deliver materials for this conversion. A special freight lift from Bohle will be erected which is 30 metres high and has a capacity of 1.5 metric tons. The transport of materials will take place only in the early hours of the morning.
Construction site sign:
Coesfeld and Hamburg Subsidiaries:
Jörg Ruhnau and Thomas Sahlmann
Project Manager and Senior Site Manager:
Net Volume: approx. 600,000 euros
Estimated Completion: February 2012