Building Technology

The technical equipment in modern buildings is in a state of constant development. Intelligent building technology plays an increasingly important role in the operation of a property. Through Apleona Wolfferts Building Technology in Cologne, Apleona provides its customers with comprehensive advice in the planning and execution of their building technology so that their investment in this area is both resource-friendly and economical.

As an innovative service provider, the company delivers a complete portfolio covering all trades in technical systems engineering. Concept design, project management and execution are as much a part of the service range as customized service concepts for the maintenance and repair of the systems that are installed.

Business activities

Our services

We deliver tailor-made concepts for new construction, conversion or revitalization. We are a reliable partner for industry, the public sector, the health care sector and the real estate industry. All of our customers depend on the competences we have demonstrated over decades in building technology and project management

  • Interior air technology
  • Climate and cooling technology
  • IE&C/building automation
  • Sanitation technology
  • Electrical engineering
  • Sprinklers and fire protection technology
  • Heating technology
  • Innovative energy concepts

Locations Building Technology

Apleona Wolfferts has locations in Cologne, Bonn, Essen, Berlin, Hamburg, Mannheim, Rüsselsheim and Kirchheim unter Teck . 

You will find the names of the contact persons at the locations here: 

Apleona Wolfferts Gebäudetechnik

Realising your Building Technology Potential

Horst Kever
Vorsitzender Geschäftführung Apleona Wolfferts GmbH

Data & facts


  • approx. 800

Key figures per year:

  • 15 hospitals, approx. 20 industry projects
  • 100 refrigeration units
  • 130 ventilation and air-conditioning units
  • 50 combined heat and power units and boilers
  • 200 km of piping
  • many thousand m² of ventilation ducts
  • 4,000 technical drawings, thereof 1/3 in 3D