BAM Deutschland AG (the German non-residential building company of Royal BAM Group nv) has won two contracts for the construction of the IT center for the City of Munich (contract value over € 63 million) and for a PPP school in Frankfurt am Main (contract value more than € 20 million).
Stadtwerke München GmbH has awarded BAM Deutschland the contract to build a computer center in the city district of Moosach. This ‘IT Rathaus’ Munich includes a service department of approximately 30,000 sq m and a data center of over 7,000 sq m. It will be the workplace for more than 650 employees. The IT center is designed by h4a Gessert + Rand Ecker Architects BDA from Stuttgart. BAM Deutschland will complete the IT Rathaus during 2014.
For the education department of the city of Frankfurt am Main, BAM Deutschland will deliver the school IGS West Frankfurt aM in the city district of Höchst. This ‘Integrierte Gesamtschule’ will house primary and secondary school buildings and accommodate 650 students. The project includes an auditorium, cafeteria and sport facilities (with three sport fields and seats for 200 spectators). The funding of this PPP project is provided by LHI Leasing GmbH. BAM Immobilien-Dienstleistungen GmbH is responsible for facilities management for the school and sports compex for a period of thirty years. The design of this highly energy-efficient project (to ‘Passivhausstandard’) is provided by architects Glück + Partner GmbH in Stuttgart. It is expected that the school will be completed mid 2014.