ATP at Expo Real 2015

ATP boss Christoph M. Achammer as a guest at the Ulmart and Moscow Times Round Table

Munich, 5th – 7th October 2015 – The Russian newspaper Moscow Times and Ulmart used the Expo Real 2015 real estate fair in Munich to invite visitors to a round table on the subject of “Ecologizing the world – how retailing can become greener through  e-commerce.” Professor Christoph M. Achammer, CEO of ATP architects engineers offered visitors some fascinating insights.

At the same time “Integrated Design with BIM” was the central theme at ATP’s stand, where visitors were offered individual, hands-on experience of the world of complex integrated design with BIM.

In a series of expert lectures and discussions with high quality guest speakers, representatives of ATP management offered exciting insights into integrated design processes with BIM and the implications of this for lifecycle-oriented buildings.

Representatives of the press and visitors to the fair were invited to discover a research and office building currently being realized in Vienna by ATP through the eyes of the client, the architect or the structural or building services engineer. Whereas other stands displayed normal models, ATP physically presented the integrated idea – in order to ensure that visitors could see exactly that which interested them.

At 5 pm on the first two days of the fair ATP invited visitors to its now traditional and popular “ATPero”, where discussion continued intensively accompanied by Italian delicacies and Austrian wine.

Christoph M. Achammer, CEO of ATP, during the round table discussion. Photo: Ulmart
Christoph M. Achammer, CEO of ATP, during the round table discussion. Photo: Ulmart
The presentations, lectures and discussions at ATP’s stand were highly frequented. Photo: ATP/Becker
The presentations, lectures and discussions at ATP’s stand were highly frequented. Photo: ATP/Becker
Visitors were offered individual, hands-on experience of the world of complex integrated design with BIM. Photo: ATP/Becker.
Visitors were offered individual, hands-on experience of the world of complex integrated design with BIM. Photo: ATP/Becker.

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