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Dom-Römer Quarter, Frankfurt/Main, Germany

In the heart of Frankfurt, on the site of the former "Technisches Rathaus" (Technical Town Hall), along the axis between Römer and Frankfurt Cathedral, the so-called "New Old Town" of Frankfurt was created. This became a relic of Frankfurt's city history, where historical and contemporary architecture meet.

The project

The entire reconstructed area now comprises 35 houses, of which 15 are replicas of historic old town houses that were rebuilt after their destruction in World War II. A multitude of different architects and craftsmen were involved in the planning and implementation of the construction project, creating unique works with great attention to detail.

BCL was responsible for the construction logistics planning and execution.

Dom-Römer Quarter, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
© Uwe Dettmar
Dom-Römer Quarter, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
© Uwe Dettmar

Services in detail


  • Construction site setup planning
  • Authority management


  • Delivery traffic management
  • Area management
  • Floor logistics
  • Material transportation
  • Waste disposal logistics
  • Access and entry control / Security
  • Construction site setup
  • Container facilities
  • Street cleaning / Winter service

Further information

Location Krönungsweg
60311 Frankfurt/Main
Services Planning & Execution
Usage Flats
Start of construction January 2012
Completion September 2018
Project type Construction (new building)
Contracting entity DomRömer GmbH, Liebfrauenberg 39, 60313 Frankfurt/Main
Architect Various architects
Plot size 7000 m²


  • Consolidation of supply traffic flows
  • Separation of construction waste and disposal via certified companies.