Tempelhof airport air surveillance

Planning of the heavy current, telecommunication and IT systems with ZLT connection during the modernisation and new construction of an infrastructure facility.
The radar tower of the German Federal Armed Forces at the former Tempelhof Airport is used for long-range surveillance of Berlin's airspace. After the cessation of flight operations and conversion of the airport, the property around the radar tower was carved out and supplemented with its own service building and a guard building for access control to the security area. During the refurbishment, CANZLER brought the electrical installations, some of which were still built according to US standards, up to the current state of the art. For the new buildings, CANZLER planned the high-voltage current, telecommunications and IT systems in close coordination with the user, the Bundeswehr's Technical Platoon 353, and the Bundeswehr Service Centre. The facilities include extensive safety technology and emergency power supply systems.
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Object details:
New construction of a two-storey infrastructure building for the existing radar tower and a single-storey guard building
Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung
Archi­tekten am Kaiserdamm
1.400 m2

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