Frankfurt Main // 5. March 2022

IGP Ingenieur GmbH receives order for FOUR Frankfurt

  • One of the largest real estate projects in Germany with four towers up to 233 meters high
  • Residential, office, retail and hotels as well as daycare and gastronomy under one roof
  • Groß & Partner commissions IGP Ingenieur GmbH with site supervision for towers T1 and T4

Even for experienced industry professionals like IGP Ingenieur GmbH, FOUR Frankfurt still has superlatives in store. At 233 meters, FOUR Frankfurt will be Germany’s highest office floors with a unique view over the banking metropolis and the Taunus hills. Three further high-rise buildings with 178, 120 and 100 meters as well as a plinth complete the new quarter. “We are very pleased that Groß & Partner has chosen us to work on this project, which is outstanding in the truest sense of the word. As IGP Ingenieur GmbH, we are responsible for the construction management of one of the high-rise buildings. The task now is to work with the client to implement the tight schedule,” explains Stefan Ehgartner, Managing Director of IGP Ingenieur GmbH.

It took around six months of coordination before Ehgartner, Harald Leonhardt and their team could start working on the project. “In the end, both the bidding phase was a team effort, just as the fulfillment of our tasks will be a team effort. Of course, it is an advantage that we can use a very experienced project manager on site in Dr. Harald Leonhardt, who most recently was able to hand over the myhive offices in Düsseldorf to the client ahead of schedule and on budget,” says Ehgartner.

FOUR Frankfurt is already in the building construction phase. The finishing work for the T4 began in July 2021. What will emerge is a sustainable and open, lively quarter in which more than 600 apartments and apartments for sale or rent will be created with various sizes and some as subsidized housing. High-quality office space in two of the four “skyscrapers,” a five-star Kimpton hotel, serviced apartments, and restaurant space with urban flair round out the uses of the high-rises. In the open podium, which is accessed by pathways, lively passages are created with city squares including retail, kindergarten, offers for fitness, wellness as well as gastronomy and a roof terrace that can be used by the public. “Due to the urban uses and the pathway relationships, the newly created quarter at Roßmarkt between Junghofstrasse and Gallusstrasse will provide new impulses and a revitalization of this long-neglected interface between the city center and the banking district,” Ehgartner expects.

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