Turner & Townsend delivers “office of the future” for Microsoft Germany

UK consultant Turner & Townsend has completed a headquarters for tech giant Microsoft in Munich, Germany.

The 26,000 square metre building can accommodate 1,100 employees and is based on Microsoft’s vision of creating an "Office of the Future".

The HQ contains unassigned work spaces, multiple break-out areas, including formal and informal meeting rooms and outside terraces.

The project aims to showcase Microsoft’s values of "transparency and openness".

T&T provided project and cost management services and carried out feasibility studies, due diligence, management of the project lifecycle, procurement of construction experts and the relocation to the newly built premises.

Stefan Reimoser, T&T’s managing director for Germany, said: "For this project, our team was able to draw upon our extensive local and global cost benchmarking knowledge to ensure best value for money." 

John Lenz, Microsoft’s real estate manager in Germany, added: "The relocation to larger offices in Munich has been seamless, thanks to the professionalism of T&T. 

T&T has previously worked with Microsoft on projects in Russia, South Africa, Sweden and the US.

Images courtesy of Turner & Townsend

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  1. Really? How is this the “office of the future”, when the description is for every other office built during the last decade?
    I’m unsure if this is really just an advert for either Microsoft or Turner and Townsend.

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