New office in Nuremberg

The expansion of ATP HAID into a forward-looking integrated design office

Nuremberg, 1st October 2018The team from ATP HAID has been working in its new studios since the beginning of October. The move to eastern Nuremberg was made necessary by the growth of the company since the takeover by ATP. 

Urs Klipfel, Managing Director/Architecture, is looking to the future with great positivity after the company’s new beginning in Tullnaustraße: “Ten months after joining the ATP family this move will make it easier to appreciate and experience the development of ATP HAID into a powerful integrated design office.” In January, at the end of a three-year transition period, ATP architects engineers took over 100% of the shares of Haid & Partner, which meant that Nuremberg became its fourth office location in Germany – alongside Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin.

“Our new open plan office with its state-of-the-art infrastructure is ideal for integrated design and offers around 60 workspaces with enough room for our interdisciplinary team. Architects, structural and building service engineers and site supervisors work here together under one roof,” is how Andreas Rieser, Managing Director/Engineering, describes ATP’s well-established design culture.

ATP HAID Nuremberg
The office’s core competence is the integrated design of buildings in the health and social sectors as well as offices and residential projects. ATP’s newest subsidiary is supported by the experienced ATP network of 750 architects and engineers, which has over 40 years’ experience of integrated design.

The team from ATP HAID heading for their new offices. Photo: ATP
Managing directors Urs Klipfel and Andreas Rieser are looking to the future with great positivity after the company’s new beginning in Tullnaustraße. Photo: ATP/Wang
The new open plan office is ideal for integrated design. Photo: ATP/Wang

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