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Club news: New headquarters for all of ÖAMTC’s services

Publication date: 09 January 2017

With the construction work finished, the relocation completed, and the members’ technical service and assistance centre up and running, the new ÖAMTC headquarters in Vienna’s Landstrasse district opened its doors on 5 December 2016. It is home to some 800 employees and, for the first time in its 120-year history, the ÖAMTC has now grouped all its emergency services together under one roof. The official opening ceremony is to be held in March 2017 and, when the Christophorus 9 emergency rescue helicopter is set to land at the new site for the first time.

The new headquarters amalgamates five of the ÖAMTC’s office locations in Vienna. In addition to incorporating all the administrative sectors, the new building also boasts a spacious customer service area for Club members and a technical service and assistance centre. Particular importance has been attached to e-mobility to meet the requirements of all motorists, motorcyclists and cyclists. Access to the new ÖAMTC headquarters by all modes of transport from cycling to private and public transport could not be more convenient.

The requirement profile for the new premises revolved around functionality and environmental compatibility. The energy-optimised building offers a high-tech, feel-good environment not just for ÖAMTC members, but also for the Club’s employees. The ÖAMTC headquarters also sets new standards as a contemporary working environment: staff have access to a wide selection of workspaces for communication and privacy.

ÖAMTC’s CEO Oliver Schmerold, said: “This building will take the ÖAMTC into the future. So we’re looking forward to the next 120 years of ÖAMTC’s successes.”

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