Things are moving forward

Progress on the construction site: Building details for the renovation of a Gründerzeit house in Berlin-Wilmersdorf

20 Years!

An anniversary is a good opportunity to look back on what has been achieved and set new goals for the future. We still enjoy our work. A big thank you to our staff and clients over the last 20 years!

A Residential Tower from the 1960s in Berlin-Neukölln is to be Extensively Refurbished

A residential tower from the 1960s in Berlin-Neukölln is to be extensively refurbished. The tower shell has never been renewed before. There is spalling on parts of the façade and corrosion. Individual flats have only been modernised sporadically by tenants in recent years. RBA is commissioned to present a comprehensive investigation report of the damage, possible measures and costs. The investigation includes structural parts, building contaminants, building services, energy efficiency investigations and general building & construction. In subsequent phases and years, the entire building is to be thoroughly refurbished in occupied condition.

Completion and Grand Opening of Live-Work Space “Creon” in Kreuzberg

Ronski + Burke Architects is pleased to announce the completion of the 7,000sqm Co-Working/Living Space Creon located in Kreuzberg near Victoria Park. Commissioned by DWI to plan and supervise the project development, Ronski + Burke celebrated on Thursday, June 22nd the grand opening of the versatile space ideal for art and cultural events. Highlights in the space include a walk-out basement with entrance to a garden and interactive lighting installation in the hallway.

Senior Citizen Residential Buildings in Leipzig

Ronski + Burke has been commissioned to investigate and analyze the structure and technical building condition of two senior citizen residential buildings in Leipzig – one of which is listed as a historically protected building.  The survey results of Phase I provide the client with the proposed building improvements that will modernize the buildings for decades to come. In addition to updating the heating, electric, sewage, roof, windows, and façade, the recommended alterations include the creation of more single-rooms, the development of barrier-free mobility though out the buildings, up-to-date bathroom facilities and a comprehensive fire protection concept. For the upcoming Phase II, the proposed building improvements are to be awarded, planned, and supervised.