New Office Airport Stuttgart (NOAS) Ernst & Young – check engineering

© Oliver Rieger

The accounting firm Ernst & Young located its headquarters in the new Airport City in Stuttgart. The building will provide space for offices, conference and lecture halls, a staff restaurant, library, archives and underground parking. The building is composed of three elements with curved floor plans. The fundamental structure is a flat roof with support columns. Wherever the columns are not continuous, they are supported by girders, some of which are pre-stressed. The façade elements span one floor and are attached to the edge of each floor slab, as is a wide steel-glass awning over the entrance area. As the building is constructed without expansion joints, special consideration must be given to the constraining forces. The basement floors go below groundwater level, requiring a waterproof construction. The foundation is partially supported by drilled piles.
The construction of the building was completed in February 2016. In addition there was also a membrane roof built in one of the courtyards. We were also responsible for the check engineering of the roof. Its construction was completed in May 2018.

Stuttgart, Germany
Hascher Jehle Architektur, Berlin (Entwurf); BKF Architekten, Stuttgart (Ausführung)
Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH
Project Responsibility
Jochen Gugeler


Technical Data

Gross cubic capacity
247,000 m³
Length x width
130 m x max. 100 m
Gross floor area
40,000 m² above ground,
20,000 m² under ground
6 above ground,
2 under ground
max. 30 m
Column spacing
max. 8 m
Thickness of floor slabs
35 cm




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