Extension of the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus
The extension of the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus will complete the "Band des Bundes" (row of government buildings) in the government district and create a representative main entrance from Luisenstrasse. Construction started in October 2010.
In addition to 330 new MPs' offices, the extension will house a publicly accessible art exhibition area, the public reading room of the parliamentary archive, a canteen for staff and MPs, and various meeting rooms. A prominent feature of the extension is a 36 m high tower. The hall in the existing building will be upgraded to a meeting place and a public bistro will be integrated on the Spree side while the parliament and library continue to operate.
Schüßler-Plan is supplying project management services for the extension to be built based on the design made by the architect Stephan Braunfels. Since 2019, Schüssler-Plan has provided construction management/ construction supervision services in structural engineering and technical building equipment (interim management for the resumption of construction activities, and coordination of overall costs, schedules and quality).