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Residential Park Csokorgasse, Vienna

Residential Park Csokorgasse, Vienna

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Project title:                   Residential Park Csokorgasse Vienna

Investment budget:      38.000.000 €

Service(s):                      Construction management / Construction supervision

Description:                  

Under the title "Wohnpark Csokorgasse" at Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 501 and 503 and Csokorgasse 4 and 6 in 1110 Vienna, a subsidized rental housing complex was built on three adjoining building sites.

The project consists of nine residential buildings and an underground car park under the entire complex.

The total plot area is about 18.000 m2 and the areas of the residential units amount to Gross Floor Area of 40.000 m2.

Total of 348 apartments and 230 underground parking spaces were built and the complex also has its own kindergarten. The construction time was around 2 years and the project was finalized in summer 2020.

Scope of services:

  • Construction supervision and coordination
  • Monitoring of deadlines and costs
  • Quality control
  • Invoice verification
  • Defect identification and processing
  • Warranty support

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Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

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Project title:                   Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

Investment budget:      270.000.000 €

Service(s):                     Project Monitoring and Control

Description:                  

The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) is a multidisciplinary research institute dedicated to cutting-edge research in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science and life sciences.

IST Austria was founded in 2006 by the Austrian Federal Government and the State of Lower Austria. In 2009 the Campus in Klosterneuburg near Vienna was opened and the design of the laboratory and administration buildings began.

In the course of the second expansion stage, three laboratory buildings, an administration building, a cafeteria and an extension of the kindergarten were implemented. In the years that follow, completion of a further laboratory building, construction of a visitor center and construction of a bridge over the federal highway are planned. And the growth does not stop there. In 2026, a total of 1.000 people will be working on the Campus and 90 research groups will be looking for new scientific methods and results on a daily basis.

Innovations:

  • Nanofabrication Facility with a connecting clean room
  • Cooling of quantum computers, atoms and molecules to almost 0 Kelvin
  • Cryogenic electron microscope
  • Ultra Low Temperature (ULT) and cryogenic refrigerators
  • Preclinical Facilities: first automated drinking system in Austria
  • Landmark architecture by international architects to set a landmark that crosses the borders of the country and thus represents the importance of the research institute

Achievements:

  • The practical project experience contributed significantly to improving of the knowledge of a functioning project structure for a large project.
  • The project was implemented within the budgeted costs.
  • The requirements of the newly recruited research groups were implemented at a short notice
  • The active support of the media proved to be an important part of the positive public perception of the project. Positive newspaper articles were published regularly.

Key figures:

  • 179,000 m² total area of the Campus
  • 28,000 m² of usable space - expansion stage 2
  • 6 new building complexes - expansion stage 2

Scope of Services:

  • Control of management and organisation
  • Ensuring an efficient project setup and project flow structure
  • Ensuring continuous project documentation (follow-up control)
  • Control of design - implementation of user requirements, compliance with technical standards
  • Contract management
  • Procurement (strategy): advice and control, compliance with legal regulations
  • Cost control - ongoing target / actual cost analysis
  • Quality control, including periodic on-site inspections - ensuring the required quality
  • Deadline control - ongoing target / actual analysis
  • Advice and control of change management
  • Invoice verification
  • Examination of contract addenda
  • Support for anti-claim management
  • Advice and participation in the handover process

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New University Building, expansion of Campus Krems

New University Building, expansion of Campus Krems

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Project title:                   New University Building, expansion of Campus Krems

Investment budget:      76.800.000 €

Service(s):                      Project Management

Description:

Campus Krems is one of the leading university locations in Austria, located 80 km from Vienna, in one of the most beautiful cultural landscapes of Europe, known as the Wachau. The Campus Krems Education Center shall be expanded by constructing a new building, with a gross floor area of 28.300 m2, which will be used jointly by three institutions:

  • Danube University Krems
  • IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems
  • Karl Landsteiner Private University for Health Sciences
In particular, the necessary framework conditions shall be created in order to correspond to the culture of openness, diversity of values and mutual appreciation lived by the users. By creating appealing meeting spaces that encourage exchange, the project shall open up to the surrounding area and blend in harmoniously with the urban environment. Inside, the students and the teachers shall be given the opportunity to pursue practical teaching and research in a pleasant atmosphere, due to the adapted light and air conditioning as well as the used materials.

In order to meet the social responsibility of users, special attention shall be paid to the issues of ecological and economic sustainability through the use of new and pioneering technologies. In particular, life cycle costs shall be adequately optimized.

The university location Krems is in the core zone of the UNESCO World Heritage "Wachau Cultural Landscape". The requirements of the Wachau World Heritage Management Plan shall be taken into account during implementation.

Scope of Services:

  1. Project management:
    • Organizing project structure
    • Organizing decision making
    • Architectural design
    • Laboratory equipment
    • Coordination and cooperation with the local authorities in respect of the building regulations and construction permit

  2. Management of costs:
    • Monitoring the budget and expenditures
    • Budget forecasting
    • Financial reporting

  3. Management of deadlines:
    • Timeline and deadlines
    • General work plan
    • Supervision of milestones
    • Proposing solutions for overcoming delays

  4. Project monitoring and reporting:
    • quarterly reports on progress and risks

  5. Procurement management: support and supervision of all necessary tenders (construction works, technical building equipment, furniture, laboratory equipment), as follows:
    • Advising the investor on the tender strategy
    • advising the investor on the tender dossier, draft contract, procedures and forms,
    • controlling technical specifications
    • launching tender
    • support to and supervision of tender evaluation procedure
    • assistance in contracting the awarded contractors

  6. Contract monitoring:
    • Overhead monitoring of costs
    • Managing of deadlines of all construction companies and suppliers
    • Anti-Claim management
    • Risk management

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Landesausstellung Wr. Neustadt

State Exhibition Hall Wr. Neustadt

Image Investment budget: 17.500.000 € Service(s): Project Management Description: The Lower Austrian Provincial Exhibition 2019 took place in Wiener Neustadt. The key themes of mobility, movement and traffic were presented based on the developments from the Habsburg Empire to the present time. Under the working title “Feet, Wheels, Wings”, two locations were essentially used: the historic casemates (the fortress structures from the 16th century, protected cultural heritage site) and the exhibition space St. Peter an der Sperr. INGOB.ZT GmbH was entrusted with the project management. The casemates were expanded to include high-quality exhibition space, thus contributing towards revitalization of the historical site. The St. Peter an der Sperr site includes a City Museum, a former Dominican convent and a church. In the course of the preparatory construction work, a large part of the premises was completely renovated. The internal air with regard to temperature, humidity and fresh air have also been upgraded in accordance with the high requirements. Furthermore, the city museum received a new entrance and an atrium, as well as partially redesigned Mayor's Garden. Scope of Services:
  • Project management
  • Management of coordination and Health and Safety at the construction site
  • Specific aspects of HVAC
Scope of Services:
  • Project management
  • Management of coordination and Health and Safety at the construction site
  • Specific aspects of HVAC

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Construction logistics & environmental management Berresgasse

Construction logistics & environmental management Berresgasse

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Investment budget: 400,000,000 €

Service(s): Construction logistics

Description:                  

In the Donaustadt district, directly on the Hirschtetten bathing pond, a new urban development area is being created with around 1.000 residential units and an infrastructural offer, for the benefit of not only future residents, but also of all the neighbours.

The school campus right next to the construction area was completed in 2019. By the time the project should be completed in 2024, local amenities, shopping opportunities and leisure activities will be added.

The higher-level construction logistics is the information hub for all those involved in the project on site. It organises the construction site traffic and takes over the spatial and time-based coordination of interfaces between construction sites, infrastructure contractors and road construction. Furthermore, construction logistics is responsible for the overall construction site safety and develops construction process concepts and schedule scenarios for an ecologically and economically optimised construction at the entire area. 

Scope of services:

  • Monitoring and coordination of construction schedules and timelines between contractors of the buildings, contractors of the infrastructure and of landscaping parks, MA42, MA31, MA33, MA28
  • Creation and continuation of the logistics matrix as interface management between construction of buildings, earthworks / greenery / media for the time-based and spatial coordination of construction processes.
  • Development of construction process concepts and various future scenarios.
  • Creation and updating of various plans, such as superordinate construction site plans, traffic plans and emergency plans and monitoring of compliance.
  • Control and support of the updating of the construction schedules for the infrastructure contractor.
  • Control and management of the heavy traffic of all project participants in and out of the construction site, including updating the traffic concept.
  • Daily construction site controls and on-site inspections, including photo documentation.
  • Planning, preparation, implementation and control of the traffic.
  • Organisation and administration of the additional construction site equipment areas, including final auditing, approval of the construction site equipment planning.
  • Planning and preparation of the soil disposal and support of earthworks.
  • Coordination and support for higher-level construction site coordination (especially with regard to the structural separation of pedestrians and construction sites).
  • Ensuring the flow of traffic in the project area, including the implementation of the traffic plan.
  • Support to the developers in tender procedures
  • Control of compliance with the superordinate building site regulations, especially with regard to material storage, parking and stopping bans.
  • Coordination and inspections with “blue light organisations”.
  • Implementation of emergency exercises with all project participants as well as departments of the City of Vienna (MA68, MA70 and police)
  • Coordination and support for planned events with regard to time-based and technical conditions, e.g. art projects, triathlons, opening ceremonies, ground breaking ceremonies.
  • Preparation and coordination of the moving-in the building sites with a focus on traffic management, demarcation of public space from building site, access roads (MA48, fire brigade) and building site security.

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Gradačac Water – Project Implementation including Procurement and Engineering Supervision, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Gradačac Water - Project Implementation including Procurement and Engineering Supervision, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Image Investment budget: 9.000.000 €

Service(s): Design Review, Construction SupervisionDescription:                   The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing a loan of up to EUR 6.0 million to the Public Utility Company Komunalac, in the City of Gradačac, responsible for water and wastewater services, to be co-financed by grants of up to EUR 3 million from international donors. Proceeds of the loan will be used towards financing of:
  • Replacement of dilapidated water supply pipelines on priority sections and for reconstruction of two existing wells.
  • Construction of new water intake and new water supply distribution network with reservoirs and pumping stations to connect 3,500 households.
The Consultant will prepare the Employer’s requirements, technical specifications and drawings as an integrated part of the project.
  • Construction of 2 wells (capacity cca 100 l/s), control command facility and procurement and installation of chlorination equipment;
  • Replacement of existing asbestos-cement pipelines (T4) and pipes with insufficient profiles in the urban part of the town of Gradačac (cca 40 km) ;
  • Reconstruction of central reservoir Skorici, 1.500 m3;
  • Construction of 5 pumping stations in the new southern water supply system and of 5 booster pumping stations in the new southern water supply system;
  • Construction of 6 reservoirs in the new southern water supply system;
  • Construction of water distribution networks to be connected to the southern system (cca 80 km)
  • Construction of wastewater collection system for 4 communities in northern area, total length of pipelines of 20.340m and 7 wastewater pumping stations
  • Assessment of the level of utilisation of the existing water supply network and modification of the detailed design for a new water supply network in the southern part of the municipality
Scope of Services:
  • advise the Company on procurement strategy;
  • design review and detailed design
  • assist the Company to prepare tender documents inclusive technical specifications and requirements,
  • support the Company during the procurement process
  • organise and manage the evaluation process
  • assist the Company with drafting the contract with the winning tenderer,
  • contract administration; and
provide full supervisory services during construction in accordance with the valid BH laws and Red FIDIC Conditions of Contract.

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“Generational living” Wolkersdorf, young – old – socially – affordable

“Generational living” Wolkersdorf, young - old - socially - affordable

Image Investment budget: 15.000.000 €

Service(s): Feasibility Study

Descirption:

The municipality of Wolkersdorf in the Weinviertel intends to construct a municipal building in Wolkersdorf with the topic of GENERATIONAL LIVING. The property owned by the municipality has a size of almost 5.000 m². The target groups are both young people and teenagers, young couples (= first time occupants), single parents and young families, as well as more senior people, who want to move into a house with an active community life. Part of the project is also the establishment of a small kindergarten and a community healthcare facility.

The Feasibility Study included an analysis of possible future usage, development of legal models and organizational models for property developers and building rights models, as well as the economic and tax assessment of the future development.

The Feasibility Study served as a basis for the relevant committee decision and can be used as the basis for the subsequent architecture competition.

Scope of services:

  • Basic investigation
  • Feasibility study

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School for Special Education Korneuburg

Special Education Center (SPZ) Korneuburg

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Investment budget: 9.000.000 €

Client: Provincial Government of Lower Austria

Service(s): Project Development, Project management

Completion: 2011

Architecture / Design: Christian Mang, Architect

Description: 

The new building of the Korneuburg Special Education Centre was built as a direct neighbour of the Secondary School, on the grounds of the youth home and offers space for up to 100 children and young people, in a total of 14 classes. The Gross Floor Area of the new building is 4,200m2.

Particularly noteworthy is that the Korneuburg Special Education Centre was built using the lowest energy construction method with an energy consumption of 10-12 kWh / m2 per year. In addition, geothermal water pumps are used to heat the building, using a floor heating and a photovoltaic system.

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