- When it comes to electromobility, Munich is a pioneer. So how does one get to the Oktoberfest in style? With leather shorts and a Segway, of course.
A test drive.
- Author Philipp Maußhardt found a Bilfinger Berger e-mobilitiy shop in Munich and put some of the electric vehicles to the test in the downtown core.
INGENUITY MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND.
Saving energy with everything from combined heat and power plants to electric vehicles. A pioneering real-estate project from Bilfinger Berger and IBM.
Trust makes new ventures possible
An interview with Hans-Hermann Junge. The Branch Manager for IBM in Munich, responsible for the “Smarter Buildings” initiative.
One and only
With the new “one” brand, Bilfinger Berger now offers private investors a comprehensive real estate product with the benefits of a public-private partnership.
Mutts on skis
Training your brain: In an interview, Christiane Strenger, a world champion in memory sports, offers some unusual tips.
Innovation with a watering can
In “Construction Botany” architects are using trees to create living structures. The birth of a new discipline.
Clever ideas from
A spherical camera for building renovation or a bridge made entirely of waste – creativity reveals itself in the little things.
Biomass does it
Biomass is making progress as a renewable energy source. New technologies make it attractive even for large-scale energy suppliers.
Heinrich Schäfer wasn’t able to make ends meet with his traditional farm. Now he operates biogas plants and Germany’s first shrimp farm.
The jungle bloggers
A teacher has used the Internet to connect remote villages in Sri Lanka to the wider world. His “e-village” concept has won many awards.
Inside story: Barbara Steffen
Bilfinger Berger employs about 60,000 people around the world. They each have a story to tell.