VITAAfter completing his training as an industrial management assistant at Siemens AG (apprenticeship at the company’s head office), Armin Preussler went on to study law in Berlin and Heidelberg. After finishing his legal traineeship in the Federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, he was admitted to the Bar in Halle (Saale) as a lawyer in 1994. Ever since embarking upon his professional career, he has almost exclusively devoted himself to private construction law matters. Since 2000, he has also been handling procurement law topics.
Armin Preussler built up the construction law unit at a cross-regional law firm located in central Germany, became partner and then took over the management of the firm’s Berlin office in mid-2002. In September 2006, he moved on to join Leinemann Partner Rechtsanwälte in Berlin.
Armin Preussler advises and represents contractors and contracting parties, architects and engineers in all construction law-related questions and procedures, including proceedings before the civil and arbitration courts. He actively supports bidders and contracting parties during the award and review procedure. On behalf of public contracting entities, he conceptualizes the award procedures for the procurement of supplies and services - which also includes architectural and engineering services - and manages the tasks normally handled by the awarding office upon request.
In addition, Armin Preussler works as a lecturer and author in the construction and procurement law field. This includes legal seminars, seminars for the Arber-Seminare company, Dashöfer publishers and the Behörden Spiegel [public sector magazine]. Alongside practitioner seminars (including in-house training sessions), he also lectures on construction and architecture law as well as procurement law at specialized legal training courses. He is a member of the Bar Association in Berlin, a specialist in construction and architecture law and a procurement law expert.