Andreas Broßmann

Environmental & Supply Technologies Engineer, Facilities Manager
Managing Director, responsible for FM

Andreas Broßmann

Andreas Brossmann is a CANZLER GmbH Managing Director with the right of sole representation of the company and is responsible for the FM division. The graduate engineer, a specialist in environmental and supply technology, and facility manager (ebs) oversees FM projects of all sizes.

  • At CANZLER since 1998
  • Managing Director and responsible for the FM division
  • 2007-2008 graduate studies in spatial planning, market and location analysis, project development,and real estate valuation at der IREBS
  • 2004 Facility Manager at the European Business School Immobilienakademie Essen
  • 1997 graduated in engineering (supply and environmental technology) from Glauchau Universty of Cooperative Education
  • 1995-1997 Paatz & Kautz GmbH
  • Planning and supervision of heating and sanitation technology


Specialist areas





  • Office buildings
  • Retail + malls
  • Buildings for financial service providers
  • High-rises
  • Industrial and production buildings
  • Hospitals and laboratory buildings
  • Computer centers telecommunications buildings 
  • Transportation buildings


Selection of supervised projects 





  • Immoebs e.V.
  • RealFM e.V.
    • Certification working group (servicem anagement, building management, resource management)
    • Job profiles working group (regional head Frankfurt/Main)
  • VBI
    • Project and facility management working group
    • BIM working group
  • GEFMA e.V.: Integral process responsibility
    • Facility Ma­nage­ment department
    • Facility management standardization committee


Publications and lectures


  • Die Berufsbilder der objekt- und servicebezogenen Leistungssteuerung Dienstleistungssteuerer, Objektmanager und Facility Services Manager 05/2014 Co-author
  • Beratende Inge­nieure, 11/12 2007 edition
    Facility Ma­nage­ment im Gesundheitswesen Charité Berlin 
  • FKT BuFaTa 2006
  • Vergabe GB Bau und Betriebe über EU-weites Vergabeverfahren
  • Facility Ma­nage­ment 1-2/2003
  • Energiedatenmanagement – Umweltschutz und Betriebskostenreduzierung