2012-05-01 Wolfgang Wildauer joins the Top Management of ATP Vienna
Associate partner and architect Wolfgang Wildauer (Managing Director/Building Technology) is to work alongside the architect Horst Reiner as a two-man team managing ATP's Vienna office.
Wolfgang Wildauer, born 1961, studied architecture at the TU Vienna and joined ATP architects engineers in Vienna in 1992. He has led his own architecture group since 1999 and became an associate partner of the company in 2001. Wolfgang Wildauer was the project leader with overall responsibility for such projects as the chemical and biological research building for Boehringer Ingelheim in Vienna and the KBC computing centre in Hungary in partnership with the m&e engineers of the company SAP Arcadis. He is currently overseeing the construction and refurbishment of the IWP Liebhartstal II residential and care home on Vienna’s Wilhelminenberg, the development of the PlusEnergie building for the Technology Centre aspern IQ near Vienna and a nuclear laboratory in Seibersdorf.
From 01.05.2012 Wolfgang Wildauer will strengthen the management of ATP´s Vienna office as the Managing Director /Building Technology. He will have particular responsibility for managing all employees in the areas of Structural Engineering (TWP), Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (TGA), Site Supervision (ÖBA), Controlling and Risk Management.
According to the architect Horst Reiner, who currently manages the office alone: “It was very important to us that these technical areas were as well represented as architecture amongst top management – as is the case in ATP´s other offices. Here in Vienna we have been successful in filling this position internally. Wolfgang Wildauer has many years of project experience and a very precise knowledge of ATP´s planning processes. We are delighted about his decision.“
Wolfgang Wildauer: “After 20 years experience as an integrated designer I am looking forward to this new and exciting role within ATP Vienna. I find it particularly important that employees are managed in a way which both respects and encourages them. Also because I see this as a way of encouraging performance which will directly benefit our clients.”