It is not size that differentiates ATP from other design companies but rather our way of working, flat hierarchy and open style. This is what provides exceptional possibilities for individual development to team-oriented people who are willing to learn. We offer, for example, employees the exciting opportunity of taking part in large-scale international design projects. And we offer them our very special corporate culture, with its strong emphasis on interdisciplinary cooperation. Living in the ATP family makes people experience and cherish our values. Here are some of the further benefits which our employees greatly value…
The ATP Intranet is being developed into a true knowledge management system which will act as a hierarchy-free interactive communication system within ATP.
Our free employee magazine appears monthly and is both a medium for information and a forum for sharing opinions and social news between our various offices.
The possibility of informally sharing professional information is physically encouraged by these standardised communications niches located within our offices.
Regular lectures and project presentations by ATP employees to their colleagues are guaranteed a good attendance.
Lectures and other learning-related events in a dedicated lecture room in our Innsbruck office.
ATP supports annual cultural excursions by teams of employees both at home and abroad.
Parties, Open Days and Vernissages:
ATP offices are opened several times a year for both social and cultural events.
SOS Children’s Village Vienna:
Building of a new SOS Children’s Village apartment for up to eight children
Clementine Children’s Hospital Frankfurt/Main:
Conversion of the roof level into physiotherapy rooms for early neuro-paediatric rehabilitation
Day Center in Sofia, Bulgaria:
Construction of a day center in Bulgaria established to support and care for “street children” of pre-school age
School building in Africa:
A School for Banda: Support of the Tyrolean charity organisation "Kindern eine Chance" (A Chance for Children) in Uganda.
SOS Children's Village:
Opening of the first SOS Children's Village in Ukraine in 2010 - ATP architects engineers was among the supporters.
A spacious health club (with flexible opening times) has been opened in ATP Haus in Innsbruck as a sporting communication platform before, during and after work.
The annual ATP skiing day, ice-hockey tournament and football matches etc. are fixed points in the life of the ATP family.
ATPünktchen is the name of the crèche opened in 2009 in ATP-Haus in Innsbruck in order to offer childcare to employees with children between the ages of 18 months and 4 years.