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    • Werner Frosch

      Position
      Partner, Managing Director Munich, Architekt BYAK, MAA
      Phone
      +49 (0) 89 8563 3380
      Email

      Werner is Managing Director and Founding Partner of Henning Larsen’s office in Munich. He is responsible for the daily management of the office financially, contractually and in relation to its strategic development. Concurrently he manages the office’s large projects for both public and private clients. He is a project manager with an impressive overview and a thorough experience in the management of complex projects, balancing considerations of time schedules, budgets, and architectural quality. Furthermore, he has the valuable ability to secure a constructive and open dialogue between clients and consultants. With these abilities, he manages projects towards their completion with a high degree of professionalism. 

      Werner has been engaged in projects in Denmark, Norway, and Germany. His experience extends from contractual negotiations to secure the quality of the final details in the construction phase. He was Project Director on Henning Larsen’s key project in Munich, the Siemens Global Headquarters. Siemens is one of the world’s largest producers of sustainable technologies and its headquarters is among the most resource and energy efficient workspaces in Europe with a highly ambitious sustainable profile.

      Werner was Founding Partner of the office in Münich in 2011. Previously he was Project Manager in Copenhagen for significant projects such as Novo Nordisk’s Global Headquarters and Viborg Town Hall.

      Lately, Werner has overseen the completion of a number of important projects in Germany such as Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, The Stuttgart Visitor and Media Center and a new research facility ZSW Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research.

      Professional Experience

      Henning Larsen, 2000

      Education

      Technische Universität München, 2000 
      Building Economisk, 2006 
      Copenhagen Business School, Organization and Management, 2011

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