At Canzler you can grow on a personal level.


I like the feeling when you gradually get structure in processes and you notice that things are progressing!

CANZLER encourages people to bring in their own ideas and gives them room to develop freely.

I manage and lead projects and am responsible for meeting the cost, deadline and quality targets of our clients. Basically, project work for me means meeting new people and taking on new challenges. For me, it is important to be able to work independently and on my own responsibility, and I like the feeling when you gradually get structure into processes and thus move projects forward.

What do you particularly appreciate about CANZLER?

At CANZLER, you can not only grow personally, but the company also offers a wide range of expertise that you can easily access. The locations are well networked and a professional exchange is always possible. In my role as a project manager, I like to draw on this expertise to steer the project towards the set goals..

How did you decide to join CANZLER?

I started at CANZLER in 2015 - as the first employee in the newly founded office in Hamburg. We didn't even have a desk then. In the meantime, the office has steadily grown, moved and I have been given more and more responsibility. We are a young team that gets along very well and lives a close professional exchange.

What has been your most challenging project so far?

My most challenging project so far was probably my first for which I took over the project management. I was still relatively inexperienced in project management and was responsible for the renovation of an atrium roof over a passage in a listed Kontorhaus in the centre of Hamburg.

"I have learned to see problems as challenges and changes as opportunities."

I did almost everything here for the first time, so I hardly knew how things worked properly. But I kept at it, also mastered unpleasant situations and in the end the project was successful. Basically, I am a positive person who approaches things with confidence. I therefore see problems more as challenges and changes as opportunities.


Because he found the structure and smell of wood so beautiful, Eike Riggert almost became a carpenter. Now he is a Master of Engineering for sustainable and energy-efficient construction. In addition, he is a certified project manager according to DVP. He works as a project manager at the Hamburg branch. He now devotes his free time to wood as a material.