The Federal Chancellery
Reliability and confidentiality are indispensable in the Federal Chancellery for the global political decisions made by that office. Security technology plays a major role. In addition to the federal authority of the same name, the building of the Federal Chancellery also accommodates the Federal Chancellor's office. The new building in Berlin Spreebogen, designed by Axel Schultes, is separated from the German Parliament building by 'Platz der Republik'. The building opens onto the central square opposite the Paul-Löbe Building. It is part of the group of buildings called the 'Bond of the Federation' located near the Spreebogenpark.
Vattenfall Main Administration
A prerequisite for a modern industrial society is a fail-safe power supply. Preventive fire protection makes another important contribution. This also applies to the main administration of Vattenfall Europe AG in Berlin, the fourth largest electricity generator in Germany. The company operates numerous power plants and is a subsidiary of the Swedish Vattenfall AB.
Sensitive customer data is of paramount importance to one of Europe's largest insurance companies. State-of-the-art securities technology protects this data and, at the same time insures the employees and visitors. In Berlin, the company is located in the Treptowers, which, at a height of 125 meters, is the highest office building in Berlin. Located at the intersection of the districts of Treptow, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain near the River Spree, the complex of buildings can be seen from far away, and, when lit at night it becomes a prominent eye-catcher of the Berlin skyline.
Federal Press Conference Building
There is a lot of visitor traffic in the Federal Press Conference Building; at this site, over 900 political reports about the Federal capital invite government representatives to attend press conferences several times per week. The new building at Kronprinzenbrücke is equipped with state-of-the-art security and communications technology to protect visitors and employees reliably, and to enable the quick dissemination of important news around the world. The glass-covered roof, which stretches across the inner courtyard, serves as a lobby to the pressroom with its characteristic panoramic windows that protrude from the facade, which is accessed via a large staircase.
B.E.S. Brandenburger Elektrostahlwerke GmbH
High availability under rough conditions – this is the main task of security technology at the electric steel works in Brandenburg. It has two 150-ton arc furnaces, one ladle furnace, as well as continuous and wire casting plants. The company was founded in 1992 by the Italian Riva Group, after taking over the former VEB Quality and Stainless Steel Combine Brandenburg.