The German architect has joined the management team of ATP Berlin.
Berlin, 1st June 2017 – The opening of a new integrated design office in Berlin has consolidated ATP’s presence in Northern Germany. The German architect and urban planner Elmar Rottkamp will run the new ATP studios on Kurfürstendamm together with the building services specialist and ATP board member Thomas Herter in line with the customary ATP principle of dual leadership.
Elmar Rottkamp has most recently spent five years as an Associate Director of the British engineering company Arup Associates in London. At the same time he carried out research into urban development at Kingston University. Having trained as an architect and real estate economist in Paderborn and Dortmund the new managing director of ATP Berlin is happy to be working back in the German market with ATP. In developing the new office Elmar Rottkamp intends to make very targeted use of the advantages of integrated design, which have transformed ATP into one of Europe’s leading offices, coupled with his international project experience: “All design work at ATP is interdisciplinary and supported by the latest digital methods. The result of this is that we ensure both higher quality and certainty in terms of cost and scheduling than our classically structured competitors.”
Elmar Rottkamp has almost 30 years of international professional experience as well as qualifications as a real estate economist in EBS and Real Estate Investment Management from the European Business School and in Strategies for Sustainability from York University, Toronto as well as an MBA from Northwestern University Chicago and WHU Koblenz. He is a member of the Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA, the Architektenkammer Berlin and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors MRICS.
Elmar Rottkamp’s references include a series of office buildings and concepts in London such as the refurbishment of a listed office building and the neighboring construction of a 70,000-square-meter sustainable office tower, a tennis stadium in Doha, a new facility at Blackfriars Pier in London, the CO2-neutral SKY TV Academy (which is the UK’s largest wooden commercial building), the development of a district center on a former military site in Potsdam and the new building of Potsdam University of Applied Sciences.
We are delighted to welcome Elmar Rottkamp as a new member of the ATP family!