Project Development, Project Management, Consultancy


Seetalplatz Lucerne - new traffic routes

The area north of the city Lucerne has developed rapidly and substantially in the last decade. For more efficient traffic management and better landscaping the roads in the Emmenbrücke railway station - Seetalplatz - Reussbühl area were rerouted and rebuilt. The Seetalplatz as one of the most complex intersections of local, regional and interregional traffic routes in the canton of Lucerne required precise planning and constant monitoring of the construction activities as well as constant coordination with the neighboring projects Flood Protection and Master Plan Lucerne North.


In the railway station Schlieren: Move in

At the main square of the train station Schlieren, SBB Real Estate has developed a new 11'000 m2 mixed use project consisting of two volumes, immediately adjacent to the historic train station building. The 6 story elongated volume, situated along the traintracks and on the north parte of the site, consists of 30 apartments, which range from 2.5 rooms to 4.5 rooms. The other volume - a 5 story cube - houses attractive office spaces. The ground floor of both buildings gives ample space for retail and restaurant tenants; thus, creating a dynamic central meeting point for the neighbourhood. The construction for the two buildings including a large parking garage has now been concluded, with the first tenants moved in per the End of August.


Federal Asylum Centre, Basel

The first construction phase of the federal asylum centre in Basel - the office and application processing building - was completed and handed over to the user SEM approximately one year ago. In the spring aof 2020 ground will be broken for the accomodation building, which is situated in the rear area of the property and will be directly linked to the office building. The current shelter providing 400 beds, has reached its end of life and will be replaced by a modern and efficient wood construction, housing up to 350 people from all over the world. foto: Hector Egger Holzbau AG (Totalunternehmer) und Baubüro in situ AG (Architekt)