TEC Event Campus
The industrial-historical building of the TEC Event Campus offers 4 event areas with daylight, which are all barrier-free on one level.
The largest room, the Main Hall, has a floor space of 834 m2 and is suitable for large-scale events, vehicle presentations, conferences or even trade fairs.
Directly next to the former turbine dispatch hall is the viaduct of the old Siemens railroad, which lends the outdoor area its own unique charm.
The TEC Event Campus is located in the north of Charlottenburg, in the immediate vicinity of Siemensstadt and not far from Messe Berlin.
Commitment to sustainability
Preserving our ecosystems, acting in an economically responsible manner and promoting social justice are part of the greatest tasks and challenges of the 21st century that we must face globally in politics, business and society.
With the "Agenda 2030" adopted in 2015, the global community has already set itself global goals for a better and sustainable future.
Together, all actors from politics, business, science and civil society should work to enable a decent life worldwide,
while at the same time permanently preserving the natural foundations of life.
We want to offer our customers a suitable space in which the forward-looking decisions of this world can be made.
Safety & hygiene instructions
We are in constant consultation with our partners and visitBerlin Convention Partner e. V. to guarantee and ensure the planning reliability of events in our locations.
We work on the basis of the current and official hygiene framework concept, created by visitBerlin Convention Partner e. V., which, taking into account the current situation, enables the implementation of events. A large part of the measures mentioned are already implemented in our locations.
- max. room dimension up to 832m²
- 4 Event spaces total
- max. room height up to 5.1m
- Exhibition space from 1,216 to 1,458m²
- suitable for up to 1,000 participants
Equipment in event spaces
- Full darkness
- Natural light
- WiFi in event spaces
Downloadable material about the location
Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) High Performer
- Governance - Integrating a sustainability strategy
- Governance - Implementing sustainability goals
- Governance - Sustainable business development management
- Compliance - Observing laws and guidelines
- Compliance – Integrating a code of conduct
- Compliance - Active incident management for breaches of compliance
- Data Privacy – Ensuring data management meets the statutory requirements
- Corporate culture – Communicating the sustainability vision statement
- Risk analysis - Structured risk management
- Shareholders - Transparent information on shareholder structure and participations
- Transparency - Public sustainability reporting
Environment Advanced Performer
- Energy – Use of renewable energies
- Carbon emissions – Auditing carbon footprint
- Carbon footprint - Travel management system to cut carbon emissions
- Carbon footprint - Mobility management strategies to reduce carbon emissions
- Energy – Managing energy saving and efficiency
- Emissions and environmental pollution control - Avoidance of noise, light, etc.
- Waste – Systematic waste avoidance, sorting, and recycling
- Environmental management – Environmental management system in place
- Environmental management – Increasing energy efficiency of facilities
- Environmental management – Safe treatment of hazardous materials
- Environmental management – Reducing water consumption
- Environmental management – Eco-friendly furnishings for premises and locations
- Environmental management – Using eco-friendly consumables
- Environmental management – Putting green office strategies into place
- Environmental costs – Carbon offset for projects and business activities
Society High Performer
- Employee satisfaction – Promoting employee loyalty and motivation
- Work-life balance - Flexible working time models and CSR catalogue
- Occupational health and safety measures - Safeguarding productivity
- HR strategy – Supporting staff development and training
- HR plan – Strategic HR management
- HR strategy – Appraisal interviews and incentive system in place
- HR strategy – Incentive system integrating aspects of sustainability
- Diversity - Management of diversity and equal opportunities
- Diversity - Ensuring the workplace is free from discrimination
- Diversity - Integrating not-for-profit organisations
- Training and further training – Promoting professional and personal development
- Training and further training – Developing skills in sustainability
- Mitbestimmung - Einbezug der Arbeitnehmer
- Dialogue - Involving stakeholders groups
- Accessibility – facilitating participation
- Suggestion scheme – Strengthening sustainable processes
- Social commitment - Regulating donations and sponsoring
- Social commitment - Supporting company volunteer programmes
Business High Performer
- Quality – Introducing structured quality management
- Quality – Establishing a structured complaints management procedure
- Quality – Regular dialogue with stakeholders to improve quality
- Risks – Established risk analysis of products and projects
- Innovation – Expanding the sustainable service portfolio
- Innovation – Sustainable product and innovation management
- Security – Establishing a user safety process
- Performance - Nachhaltige wirtschaftliche Leistung
- Budget discipline – Structured bid and invoicing management
- Remuneration policy – Equitable remuneration structure
- Rating & Reputation - Positives Management von Reputation
- Suppliers – Aligning the supply chain along sustainable lines
- Suppliers – Monitoring sustainability criteria in the supply chain
- Resources – Efficient purchasing of sustainable products and services
- Financing – Ecological and ethical financial participation
- Memberships – Transparent information on association memberships