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BMW Group pose la première pierre de l’extension de son Centre de Recherche et Innovation (FIZ)

BMW Group investit 400 millions d’euros dans l’extension du FIZ à Munich. La première phase de construction créera un environnement de travail innovant pour les 5 000 employés supplémentaires d’ici 2019. L ’architecture a été conçue pour offrir une organisation de travail agile et à la pointe de la technologie. Harald Krüger, Président du Directoire de BMW AG : « Le FIZ Future montre l ’engagement fort de BMW dans la ville de Munich et la force d’innovation de l’Allemagne. Nous construisons le futur ici ». FIZ Future, la nouvelle usine à idée, vise à augmenter les capacités de R & D de BMW Group de 50% à l’horizon 2050.

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    • BMW Group investit 400 millions d’euros dans l’extension du FIZ à Munich.
    • La première phase de construction créera un environnement de travail innovant pour les 5 000 employés supplémentaires d’ici 2019.
    • L ’architecture a été conçue pour offrir une organisation de travail agile et à la pointe de la technologie.
    • Harald Krüger, Président du Directoire de BMW AG : « Le FIZ Future montre l ’engagement fort de BMW dans la ville de Munich et la force d’innovation de l’Allemagne. Nous construisons le futur ici ».
    • FIZ Future, la nouvelle usine à idée, vise à augmenter les capacités de R & D de BMW Group de 50% à l’horizon 2050.

 

Munich. The BMW Group is embarking on an extensive expansion of its FIZ Research and Innovation Centre in the north of Munich. The "FIZ Future" masterplan, which was developed as part of an urban development competition, will expand the development centre by around 50 per cent by 2050. The BMW Group will invest around 400 million euros in the first phase of construction, which will create a viable infrastructure for developing tomorrow’s mobility.

Bavarian Prime Minister Horst Seehofer, Mayor of Munich Dieter Reiter and Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, launched the construction project today in the Milbertshofen district of Munich. In an official ceremony, the foundation was laid for a building complex with a total floor area of 157,000 m 2 . From 2019 on, around 5,000 employees will work here in innovative open-plan workspaces, developing hardware and software for the company’s future vehicles.

"Here in Munich, we will be creating the next generations of electrified drive trains, with decisive innovations for the mobility of the future. Focusing on IT and artificial intelligence, this will also be home to a new industry and a new generation of engineers and IT specialists," according to Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG. "Today, we are laying the foundation together for our new idea factory. FIZ Future signals our strong commitment to the Munich location and Germany’s innovative strength. We are building the future right here."

Prime Minister Horst Seehofer: "My congratulations on this far-sighted choice of location. This day will continue a 100-year success story. The mobility of tomorrow is being created right here. The expansion of the BMW Group’s Research and Innovation Centre in Munich is a strong vote of confidence in Bavaria’s future strength."

"BMW’s development, creating jobs and promoting research and development here in the north of Munich is a great gain for our city," explained Dieter Reiter, Mayor of the City of Munich, at the ceremony. "And the fact that FIZ Future in Munich is thinking about the future of the car, researching and developing electro-mobility and alternative drive trains and forms of mobility is also a gain for urban mobility in general."

FIZ Future masterplan

As part of its Strategy NUMBER ONE > NEXT, the BMW Group and its FIZ Future programme aim to create a framework for the long-term development of its Research and Innovation Centre in the north of Munich. With around 26,000 workspaces and approx. 1 million m 2 net floor space, the development centre is already the BMW Group’s largest location. In several stages, the expansion will create workspaces for another 15,000 employees by 2050. The aim is not just to create space, but, more importantly, to provide the right conditions for working in the future. Technological changes, driven by digitalisation and connectivity, demand agile team structures, quick decisions and immediate implementation. That is why the new buildings will primarily offer open, flexible spaces where staff members can meet, discuss and implement their ideas quickly – for example, by testing new software for a vehicle prototype in a workshop just a few steps away and seeing the results immediately. The FIZ expansion and remodelling is therefore not only an investment in the future competitiveness of the company, it is also an investment in attractive state-of-the-art workplaces.

In the urban development competition, organised in September 2014 in close collaboration with the Department of Planning and Building Regulations of the City of Munich, it was the proposal of the architectural firm HENN that impressed the most. On this basis – and with regular involvement of the people living in the north of Munich – a FIZ Future masterplan was developed and approved by Munich City Council in July 2016 as the basis for the expansion. Following today’s start of construction, other administrative, research and workshop facilities will be created over the medium and long term, as well as test benches and design studios.

 

 

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