Berlin's construction policies are aimed at removing barriers.
Ensuring fewer obstacles in everyday life requires a coordinated approach and project planning aimed at meeting the needs of people who want to benefit from the city's diversity without having to overcome barriers.
The "Barrier-Free Construction" coordinating office
at the Senate Department for Urban Developmentand Environment is a key partner for public and private property developers, institutions, architects, and engineers. They offer advice on construction projects, head the "Barrier-Free Construction and Transportation" working group
, and host continuing education seminars and informational events.