Revitalisation Red Cross Administration and Rescue Station Lehel

Technical planning of the electrical engineering for the revitalisation of the former headquarters of the Bavarian Red Cross in Munich into an office and residential building with integrated rescue station.
The Bavarian Red Cross (BRK) used the property on Seitzstraße in Munich's Lehel district as its administrative headquarters and rescue station since 1968. After the administration and the rescue station moved to another location, the building was revitalised into a residential and flexibly rentable commercial property. The measures included the extensive deconstruction down to the supporting structure, the sensible extension of the building structure and the addition of new development cores as well as the redesign of the building envelope. The result is an office and residential building that integrates well with its mix of uses in the neighbourhood close to the city centre. CANZLER provided the planning and construction management for the electrical technical equipment for the basic construction as well as the tenant planning for the office space including the network technology and the remaining small rescue station with a training room for the BRK. The contract included the planning of the new lift system, an access control system and 64 charging stations in the underground car park, where mobile phone coverage also had to be ensured for those in the building.
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Object details:
Five-storey office and residential building with eleven flats, 30 flexible office and commercial units as well as a rescue station and underground car park
Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz - Kreisverband München
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19.000 m2

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