Burkhard Krüpe has been a member of the team since 1994. He has extensive experience and competencies in the development of public open spaces and in coordinating processes with municipal and public clients as well as in the preparation of construction drawings and on-site supervision during implementation.
As a project manager, he worked on numerous projects and master planning projects with a special focus on the development and open space planning for research and education institutions (including sports grounds construction and ecological stormwater management). His projects include the Biomedical Research Centre (BMC) in Munich, the extension of the Philipps University Hospital in Marburg many schools in southern Germany (in Friedberg, Nuremberg, Olching, Augsburg and Munich ), housing and residential neighbourhoods, such as sustainable urban developments in Linz-Pichling, in Fröttmaning in Munich, in Dortmund and in Heidelberg.
Burkhard has a long-standing experience in leading urban transformations with complex traffic planning challenges, such as the Mittlerer Ring Süd-West and the central coach station in Munich as well as competition entry and study for the reorganization of Munich central train station.
He is currently working on the Fraunhofer Society in Freiburg, the TUM Research Campus in Garching, the neighbourhood park at Domagkstraße, the Heckenstaller Park on top of a road tunnel, the Luise Kisselbach Square and a park at Froebelplatz in Munich. He also leads the open space design of the Eichendorff school in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstadt.
Burkhard earned his Landscape architecture diploma at the Technical University of Munich in 1994.