Andreas Masiorek

Graduate architect and economic engineer
Geschäftsführer und Fachbereichsleiter Projekt­management und Archi­tek­tur

Managing Director and Dept. Head of project management and architecture

Andreas Masiorek is a CANZLER GmbH Managing Director with the right of sole representation of the company and runs the office in Frankfurt. His main duties in the company include the development, management and planning of office and commercial real estate. He also supervises quality assurance and land development assignments, and monitoring of extension and conversion work on new and existing real estate. He acts as a technical adviser to our asset and property management clients. Andreas Masiorek is an architect entitled to sign off official planning documents (Hessen Chamber of Architects) and a German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) auditor.

  • At CANZLER since 2004
  • 2009 training as a DGNB auditor, DGNB Stuttgart
  • In 2008 graduated in Business and Engineering from Friedberg University of Applied Sciences
  • 2002-4 freelance work
  • 2002 Degree in Architecture from Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences


Specialist areas





  • Training and meeting places
  • Office and administration buildings
  • Buildings for financial services providers
  • High-rises
  • Hospitals and laboratory buildings
  • Sustainability con­sul­ting
  • Sports venues and leisure time facilities
  • Housing
  • Transport structures


Selection of projects supervised 



Further training


  • Realtor seminar, EIA Saarbrücken
  • Construction project development study module, EIA Saarbrücken
  • corporate management, EIA (Euro­päische Immobilien Akademie)
  • Projectv development at IIR Deutschland 




  • Hessen Chamber of Architects




  • Industriebau 04/2011, Risiken und Chancen von Be­stands­immo­bilien – Skylight Frankfurt
  • Wettbewerbe aktuell 09/2003, 1. Preis Grundschule Hemau
  • Aktion Hessenhaus – Auszeichnung für vorbildliche, qualitativ hochwertige Wohn­ge­bäude in preisgünstiger, ökologischer Bauweise