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schneider+schumacher Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH
Poststraße 20A
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
fon: +49 (0) 69 25 62 62-62
fax: +49 (0) 69 25 62 62-99
office@schneider-schumacher.de
www.schneider-schumacher.de

Local court Frankfurt am Main
Commercial register No. HRB 82281
Vat-Identification-No. DE 274526581

Managing directors:
Till Schneider, Michael Schumacher

Partners


Dipl.-Ing. Till Schneider, Architect BDA
registered architect and urban planner at the Hessian Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen)

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Michael Schumacher, Architect BDA
registered architect at the Hessian Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen)

The professional title 'architect' was awarded in Germany, unless otherwise stated.

 

 




 


Competent supervisory authority


Hessian Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (AKH)
Bierstadter Straße 2
65189 Wiesbaden
Germany
fon: +49 (0) 611 17 38-0
fax: +49 (0) 611 17 38-40
info@akh.de
www.akh.de

Vocational regulations and codes of professional conduct


Hessian Act of Architects and Urban Planners, main statutes of Hessian's Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (Hauptsatzung der AKH), rules concerning continuing professional education, arbitration and mediation regulations. The vocational regulations and codes of professional conduct can be viewed (in German), accessed, and downloaded via the homepage of the AKH (www.akh.de) under the section titled “Recht”.

Out-of-court settlement of disputes


In the interest of an amicable settlement of any dispute arising out of the employment of professionals, and professional societies, between these and third parties, an application for settlement may be made according to § 7 of the arbitration regulations for Hessen’s Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (§ 7 der Schlichtungsordnung der Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen) (office@remove.this.schneider-schumacher.de).

Mandatory information for consumers
In case of any dispute with our clients, we always strive to settle by mutual agreement. This means that, in appropriate cases – which may require the assent of our professional indemnity insurers – we also participate in a conciliation procedure, which is heard before experts of the Arbitration and Conciliation Committee of the Hessen Chamber of Architects and City Planners, Bierstadter Strasse 2, 65189 Wiesbaden. We do not, however, refer such cases to a consumer arbitration board, under the terms of the EU directive on ‘Alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes’ (VSBG).