Alexander Bongartz

Alexander Bongartz

Alexander Bongartz

Essen

T +49 201 9220 15265

Lawyer
Certified Specialist in Building and Architectural Law
Senior Associate

Areas of practice

Alexander Bongartz’s legal practice focuses on real estate law. As a construction lawyer, he particularly helps clients draft and review contracts, as well as enforcing and defending against claims. He also advises clients during construction, in particular on variation issues and in the event of delays in construction that are due to impediments.

Practices
Vita

Alexander Bongartz studied law in Kiel (Germany). After graduating from university, he carried out his legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf (Germany). He was admitted to the German Bar in 2012, following which he worked for a law firm that specialised in real estate law. Alexander Bongartz joined Luther in 2018.

Clients

  • Advising a general contractor during the construction phase of a large public project in Bonn
  • Enforcing a general contractor’s claims from a public-sector construction project in Hamburg in court
  • Advising a general planner during the construction phase of a project regarding the construction of a clinic in Northern Germany
  • Providing public procurement law advice to a university hospital in connection with the restructuring and extension of the annex of an ENT/eye clinic
  • Advising on an architectural design competition, procurement strategy, project structuring and subsidy law in connection with the construction of a new children’s clinic and nuclear medicine unit including chemoradiotherapy
  • Advising Universitätsklinikum Bonn AöR during construction and providing public procurement law advice in connection with the implementation of the “NPP” construction project (clinic for neurology, psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine)
  • Advising DMT (Gesellschaft für Lehre und Bildung) on the renovation of the northern and southern parts of the museum building and on the creation and renewal of further exhibitions at the German Mining Museum