Cluster Smart Logistics, RWTH Aachen Campus One of Europe’s largest technology-oriented campus areas is being created at the RWTH Aachen over an area of 800,000 m2 with 19 research clusters and an investment volume of 2 billion euros. This will enable a  market leading level of collaboration between research and industry.

The ProLog building is the first project  originating from a European competition process. The building complex was planned by renowned architecture office Meyer & van Schooten in Amsterdam. An extensive research hall, the so-called “Enterprise-Integration-Center (EICe)”, elegantly links office space and a large atrium. The atrium, at the core of the design,  reaches from the workshop to the innovation laboratory floor to the offices on the top floors.


Project type & statusAwarded contract as part of a Europe-wide competition procedure // New building, completed, sold
LocationRWTH Aachen Campus (Campus Melaten), Campus-Boulevard 55, Aachen
Floors & areasGround floor, 1st to 5th floors, basement level (technology), 1st stage of construction approx. 14,500 m2 gross floor area, usable space approx. 13,200 m2; total cluster approx. 39,000 m2 gross floor area
Use & tenantsOffice and administrative building with workshop and warehouse for research purposes; FIR e.V., FIR Aachen GmbH, WZL Aachen GmbH, PSI Metals Ferrous GmbH/PSI Metals GmbH, RWTH Aachen Campus GmbH, Sparkasse Aachen
DGNB certificationGold

The concept of the building impresses more than just its tenants. In 2015, the ProLog building at the RWTH Aachen Campus was nominated for the immobilienmanager Award in the “New Building” category. While it did not make first place in this national competition – “the Oscars of the Property World” – the nomination itself was a special recognition both for Landmarken AG and RWTH Aachen Campus GmbH.

The project was awarded gold certification by the DGNB, the German Sustainable Building Council.

More background information about this project – from the initial idea to the competition procedure and completion – can be found in our work report. The impressive video from FIR, the Institute for Industrial Management, in the media bar above demonstrates its current use.

The property was sold to PATRIZIA Immobilien AG.

Contact partnerJens Kreiterling
Site areaapprox. 19,000 m2 in total, 1st stage of construction approx. 4,140 m2
Start of construction & completion2nd quarter of 2012, 4th quarter of 2013
Special features/ otherNominated for the immobilienmanager Award 2015, “Project Development – New Building” category
Bronze in the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Germany 2016, “Commercial” category
Project participantsMeyer & van Schooten, Amsterdam (architecture)