Study place for over 2,000 young people: new University of Applied Sciences in Duisburg
The new building for the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration is being built close to the main station in Duisburg. For about 2,000 students of the police and tax authorities, the new building is a central training location in the north-western part of North Rhine-Westphalia. Heinle, Wischer und Partner won the investor competition together with Aurelis as the investor. The total cost is about 70 million €, the university is to be opened for the winter semester 2021/2022.
The university President Martin Bornträger is pleased about the new university building: "The new building should offer our students and teachers optimal conditions. It fulfils our self-imposed quality attributes for a high-quality teaching, learning, research and working environment and will thus become another ground-breaking reference object for our university. "
Team: Markus Kill (Partner in charge), Andreas Schaube (project management), Dennis Mertens, Pablo Allen-Vizan, Magdalena Jurdziak