The Most Liveable Capital in the World
For most Berliners there is no doubt: Their city is the most liveable capital in the world! We can’t say with absolute certainty whether that is really the case. What is certain, however, is that we also like Germany’s capital city very much and that we are very happy to be here – with our own office since 2019, by the way.
Projects Ranging from Small Sculptures to Skyscrapers
For many years, we have been involved as planners in the design of projects in the City of Berlin, from the construction of the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz to the extension of the Staatsbibliothek Berlin and the new building of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to the first Efficiency House Plus with electric mobility. Our services range from ephemeral projects such as space-light-sound installations to neighbourhood developments and innovative high-rise buildings.
Dipl.-Ing. Radu Berger
Director of Werner Sobek Berlin
Working in our Berlin Office: Teamwork, Projects, Vision
Selected Projects in Berlin:
Sony Center, EDGE East Side Tower, Zalando BHQ-Z
Our Offices in Berlin
Werner Sobek Berlin is centrally located in the heart of the city. From our premises it is only a few metres to Potsdamer Platz and the eastern and western shopping districts of Berlin.
By the way, there is a second Werner Sobek office in Berlin: It is called IFT and has been an integral part of Werner Sobek since 2020. The range of services offered by the experienced team of inspectors, structural engineers and project managers includes the preparation of structural engineering including their official review, expert opinions as well as expert advice and support for construction projects in the entire field of structural engineering.
In the field of structural engineering, IFT is particularly specialized in industrial buildings, geothermal plants and self-storage buildings. When it comes to the official inspection of structural verifications, the office covers all areas from conversions to new buildings, residential, commercial and public buildings. Clients include the public sector as well as private companies.