Completion of the Federal Police building at Berlin Brandenburg Airport
The new Federal Police building at Berlin Brandenburg Airport has been completed on time and can now begin operations. The new Federal Police station is located in close proximity to Terminals T1 and T2 at BER. The building will be the workplace of around 400 Federal Police employees.
Prof. Dr. Ing. Engelbert Lütke Daldrup, Chief Executive Officer of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH: “The Federal Police and their security service providers are essential for safe flight operations. The completion of the Federal Police building is another important step for us on the path to commissioning BER. The new building provides Federal Police officers with their own building. They have arrived at BER. Welcome!”
Karl-Heinz Weidner, President of the Federal Police Headquarters Berlin: “An essential foundation has been created for the successful performance of Federal Police tasks at the capital’s future airport thanks to the completion of the T1 building three months before BER opens. We will already be moving into the new office building in August, which will soon be part of what will be the largest Federal Police station of Berlin’s regional Federal Police headquarters. The remaining time gives us the chance to familiarise ourselves with the building and to prepare ourselves well for the start.”
The new building provides Federal Police officers with a reception on the ground floor with a guards’ office and processing rooms for searches and questioning, for example. In addition, 40 office workspaces as well as changing rooms, social areas and training rooms will be set up. The building has a self-sufficient power supply in case of emergency. The building’s net floor area is 2600 square meters over three floors. The investment costs, including development and planning, come to a total of approximately fourteen million euros.
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