At the Zurich location, around 50 employees from the disciplines of engineering, environmental, economic, real estate and social sciences work together on an interdisciplinary, cross-project and cross-thematic basis. With employees from different nations, we cultivate a cultural exchange and advise our clients locally and internationally.
In the heart of the industrial district in Zurich-West, intep is part of the Kulturpark Zurich. A place where interculturality, networking and urbanity characterize the neighborhood, where work, living, education and culture come together. In the immediate area of Hardbrücke railway station, where the main railway station is only 2 minutes away, the location is ideally connected with public transport.
Our offices were designed by the architect Daniela Saxer. Natural and ecological materials and different types of workplaces provide space for concentrated work, team exchanges and discussions as well as workshops with our clients and partners. Paintings and sculptures by Swiss painter and writer Jaques Guidon (Zernez), from the Niggli art forge (Samedan), and by stage designer and designer Vaclav Elias (Lucerne) create an atmosphere for creative work. In addition, our offices also served as a set for the SRF web series “No. 47”.
Intep | Integrale Planung GmbH
Pfingstweidstrasse 16 | CH 8005 Zurich
Tel.: +41 (0) 44 578 11 33
How to find us
Train: Stop Zürich-Hardbrücke I Tram: Stop Schiffbau (Linie 4, 8) oder stop Escher-Wyss-Platz (Linie 13, 17) I Bus: Stop Schiffbau (Linie 33, 83, 72) I Car: Temporary parking slots for visitors in front (Parking permit intep) or in parking Parking garage just across the street
February 2nd, 2022
Sustainable entreprenuership based on sufficiency and carbon accounting and reporting
June 30th 2021
A globally harmonized and broadly supported approach to measuring and assessing circularity
Verwaltungsgebäude Guisanplatz 1
Festschrift zum neuen Verwaltungsgebäude Guisanplatz 1 in Bern mit Leistungen der Betriebsplanung von intep
Fighting Climate Change
The 2000-Watt Society fights climate change by focusing on the issue of energy waste and inefficient energy use.
Bauen mit dem Sonnen-Zeit-Mass
Prof. Peter Steiger's Beitrag zur Energiewende und dem Ausstieg aus der Kernenergie
Eigentümer- und Be-treiberverantwortung
Durch Eigentum, Nutzung und Betrieb von Werken entstehende Verantwortung - ein Modell zur Umsetzung aus Sicht Facility Management.
Qualität und Nachhaltigkeit
Das 2000-Watt-Areal verkörpert die neuste Generation von nachhaltigen Immobilienzertifikaten.