The Dorsch Gruppe is consulting, planning and managing: airports, transport and infrastructure, architecture, water and environment

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Respected consulting and engineering partners for industrial clients, private investors, and public institutions

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DC Egypt has experience in working for institutional, public and private clients

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Dorsch Egypt

Reputable consulting and engineering partner in Egypt

Dorsch Consult Egypt LLC is a multi-disciplinary and innovative consultancy firm, and is a Subsidiary of Dorsch Global with its Headquarter in Offenbach, Germany.

Successfully accomplished Consulting Services to a number of Projects in Egypt, Middle East & Africa regions, Dorsch Consult Egypt (DCE) is specialized in providing complete Consulting Engineering services starting from feasibility studies, conceptual design through to construction supervision & completion.

Our broad scope of our service portfolio includes:

  • Buildings
  • Landscape
  • Urban
  • Infrastructure
  • Transportation
  • Ports and Marine Engineering
  • Environmental Projects
  • Airports

Contract awarded: INGE Plärrer - Dorsch for general planning redesign of the Nuremberg Plärrer

As INGE Plärrer - Dorsch, the companies of the Dorsch Group (PB CONSULT, GRE German Rail Engineering and KREBS + KIEFER) together with two renowned Nuremberg architectural offices (wgf Landschaftsarchitekten and Bermüller + Niemeyer Architekten) have been awarded the general planning services for the redesign of the Plärrer in Nuremberg.

The concept developed in cooperation with Mr. Maximilian Krug of Dorsch International, which was one of the main criteria for the award, was ultimately able to convince the jury. The Plärrer is one of the main traffic junctions in the Nuremberg city area, which borders directly on the Nuremberg Old Town and is of great importance for all public and individual transport users. In the course of the redesign, the traffic facilities (road and rail | tram incl. catenary) will be restructured.

The underground structure under the square will be repaired and adapted to the new conditions. In addition to the redesign of the traffic facilities and the underground structure, square-designing high-rise buildings will be created and an additional 100 trees will be planted (in addition to the existing trees).