The Cannon & Cannon Group is building a residential project with 15 residential buildings and a shared underground car park on the Englische Strasse 20 / Wegelystrasse property in 10587 Berlin - Charlottenburg.
The architect Caroline Stahl is in charge of the conception and development of No.1 Charlottenburg.
The three-storey planned school building will be built in a wood module construction with a flat roof. The grid dimension of the modules is 2.86 m. The modules will be delivered to the construction site with a degree of prefabrication of up to 90% and will be assembled there. The modules are transported to the construction site just in time and moved directly from the truck. One module is delivered per truck transport and placed on the prepared foundation on the construction site. The daily output for assembly is approx. 10 modules per day. All fixtures such as windows, doors, building services, lighting etc. are already installed in the factory, so that the modules only have to be connected to the overall system on site ("Plug an Play"). After the modules have been installed, the facades are assembled on site using prefabricated facade elements.
Design: NKBAK Nicole Kerstin Berganski Andreas Krawczyk BDA
Kondius AG provided project control and project management services in all areas of action across all project stages.
The construction project consisted of an almost complete renewal of the upper and lower machinery with the greatest possible preservation of existing fixed components of the steel and supporting structure. The construction measure also included dismantling and disposal measures, strengthening of permanent steel and supporting structures as well as fire protection measures. A new spray flood/sprinkler and fire alarm system was also installed.
HOWOGE erected three new buildings under the project name "Urbaner Holzbau" in Berlin-Adlershof in wood/hybrid construction of building class 4. The new buildings have a living space of 2,850 m² above ground. The multi-storey residential buildings were constructed in wood/wood hybrid construction.
In order to achieve an optimal project progress with high transparency, quality assurance as well as cost and schedule security, the entire planning and realization phase was supported with the application of the BIM method.
General contractor Brüninghoff Bausysteme GmbH & Co. KG with Kaden + Lager Architects