At Berlin’s main railway station, the first DGNB platinum-certified property and the office building with the highest points score in Germany were constructed as a turnkey project.
At Berlin’s main railway station and just the other side of the Spree River from the government district, the Buildings branches Leipzig and Major Projects planned (execution) and constructed the first DGNB platinum-certified property and the office building with the highest points score in Germany.
Services in detail
Execution planning, turnkey construction and outdoor facilities.
Using newly developed special solutions, Implenia Buildings executed the plans from the architect KSP professionally and on schedule. For the building section projecting far out to the banks of the Spree River, a special steel composite structure resembling formwork was constructed – this was known as the ‘Megatruss’. The façades are a two-shell construction with fibreglass-reinforced concrete elements and bands of aluminium and glass windows.
With a view to obtaining DGNB certification, the building was developed to be highly energy-efficient and sustainable. This was achieved through measures including a highly insulated building shell and roof, heat recovery and heating/cooling ceilings, and a gas-fired cogeneration unit.