In his role as Deputy Chairman, CEO of ATP Frankfurt Ulf Bambach has committed himself to the strengthening of the "home town" of our Frankfurt office.
Offenbach, 3rd July 2013 – 14 companies, tradespeople, academics and other individuals established the association “Offenbach Offensiv – working together for a strong location” with the aim of strengthening Offenbach as a location and improving the town’s image.
“As an architectural and engineering office which has been located in Offenbach for many years, we want to use our know-how to contribute to identifying and making use of the town’s potential” were the words of Architect Ulf Bambach, partner of ATP architects engineers, who has made a personal commitment to the aims of the association in his role as Deputy Chairman. As Managing Director of the Offenbach-based ATP Frankfurt, he has already made an urban impact on Offenbach through the design of such buildings as the City Towers and KOMM.
As an equal partner of the municipality, “Offenbach Offensiv” will start by supporting and helping to finance an “Urban Development” masterplanning process. According to Alfred Clouth, President of the Offenbach am Main Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) and Chairman of the Association: “As employers we must get actively involved and help to improve Offenbach as a location”. (IHK press release 03.07.2013)
ATP Frankfurt architects and engineers is the Frankfurt office of ATP architects and engineers and emerged from the merger between the well-known Offenbach office N+M (formerly Novotny Mähner Architects) and the internationally active integrated design company ATP architects engineers. ATP Frankfurt architects engineers Frankfurt can point to a large number of reference projects and buildings in the areas of office/office tower, retail, research and health/hospital sectors. ATP Frankfurt is currently designing office buildings for, amongst others, BASF and E. Strauss, a research building for the Fraunhofer Institute (IFAM Bremen) and a base for Mercedes in Frankfurt. Recent works also include such office buildings as the Main Triangel and Dresdner Bank Tower (Gallileo) in Frankfurt and the City Tower in Offenbach. The KOMM shopping center in Offenbach was also designed by ATP Frankfurt architects engineers, which is now based in the complex.
In order to strengthen its expertise in the health sector, ATP Frankfurt established a joint venture in 2012 with APF Architektenpartner Frankfurt, one of Germany’s leading hospital designers, which is responsible for the refurbishment of the Westpfalzklinikum in Kaiserslautern and the remodeling of the Universitätsmedizin in Mannheim. Together, the companies established ATP APF health.