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Work in progress..

The conversion and extension of an elementary school from the 70s in Berlin Lichterfelde is taking off with the workshop with the school management and SuS (school and sports) Berlin. As soon as the space requirements have been determined, RBA will work out the conversion options, coordinate them with the district and determine the construction costs. 

Technical handover and snagging list

RBA has been retained as technical advisor for an international buyer who could not attend. The investor acquired 22 apartments and 2 commercial units in a new build residential estate in Berlin-Mitte. RBA carried out the handover and acceptance inspection with 3 teams. The corner building was a part of a just completed Berlin-Block structure.

Ronski+Burke commissioned as planner to carry out and supervise the conversion of vacant attic floor into new apartments

Ronski+Burke have been commissioned by a Swiss family office as a planner to carry out and supervise the conversion of the vacant attic into new apartments. The contract includes all the necessary architectural services up to the turnkey transfer. Best place to live and overview: The attic is located right in the middle of vibrant Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, close to the Kollwitzplatz with its buzzing atmosphere.

Ronski + Burke commissioned accompany demolition and renovation of facade of multifamily home

Since the construction of an apartment building in Berlin in 2004, a southern German real estate firm has been experiencing problems with poor construction. Roof areas are leaking, construction work has not been completed, the façade is now to be demolished for the second time and re-built for the third time. Ronski+Burke were commissioned to accompany the demolition and renovation up to the turnkey handover. At the same time, expansion possibilities on the property are to be developed and examined.

Ronski + Burke commissioned to supervise the revitalization of an empty approx. 6000 m² 1970s nursing home

Ronski+Burke have been commissioned by a German project developer (commercial property) as architects to supervise the conversion of the approx. 6,000m² vacant former nursing home from the 1971s to a new use. Areas for working, art and culture are planned. The contract includes all necessary architectural services from the building permit to the turnkey handover. The 70s building on a hillside has particularly impressive room formations in the basements. The location next to a Kreuzberg park is a prime location.