Albert Heilmann (6 June 1886 Munich – 20 December 1949 Berlin-Wilmersdorf) was an architect and contractor who worked in Munich and Berlin. From 1909 to 1929 he was junior boss of his father Jakob Heilmann's construction company, Heilmann & Littmann. Later he became chairman of the board of supervisors of this company, after it had been transformed into a corporation. He constructed the Europahaus (House of Europe) in Berlin, in which the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development is currently located, in cooperation with the Berlin building tycoon Heinrich Mendelssohn.

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  • Albert Max Heilmann (* 6. Juni 1886 in München; † 20. Dezember 1949 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf) war ein deutscher Bauunternehmer, der in München und in Berlin tätig war. (de)
  • Albert Heilmann (6 June 1886 Munich – 20 December 1949 Berlin-Wilmersdorf) was an architect and contractor who worked in Munich and Berlin. From 1909 to 1929 he was junior boss of his father Jakob Heilmann's construction company, Heilmann & Littmann. Later he became chairman of the board of supervisors of this company, after it had been transformed into a corporation. He constructed the Europahaus (House of Europe) in Berlin, in which the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development is currently located, in cooperation with the Berlin building tycoon Heinrich Mendelssohn. (en)
  • アルベルト・ハイルマン(Albert Heilmann、1886年6月6日 - 1949年12月20日)は、ミュンヘンで生まれベルリン・ヴィルマースドルフで死去した、ミュンヘン及びベルリンで活躍した建設・開発業者。 1909年、世界観光旅行中来日。アメリカを経てドイツに帰り、父のヤコーブ・ハイルマンの建設会社に管理者として入社。 (ja)
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  • 1886-6-6
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  • German architect and contractor (en)
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  • Albert Max Heilmann (* 6. Juni 1886 in München; † 20. Dezember 1949 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf) war ein deutscher Bauunternehmer, der in München und in Berlin tätig war. (de)
  • Albert Heilmann (6 June 1886 Munich – 20 December 1949 Berlin-Wilmersdorf) was an architect and contractor who worked in Munich and Berlin. From 1909 to 1929 he was junior boss of his father Jakob Heilmann's construction company, Heilmann & Littmann. Later he became chairman of the board of supervisors of this company, after it had been transformed into a corporation. He constructed the Europahaus (House of Europe) in Berlin, in which the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development is currently located, in cooperation with the Berlin building tycoon Heinrich Mendelssohn. (en)
  • アルベルト・ハイルマン(Albert Heilmann、1886年6月6日 - 1949年12月20日)は、ミュンヘンで生まれベルリン・ヴィルマースドルフで死去した、ミュンヘン及びベルリンで活躍した建設・開発業者。 1909年、世界観光旅行中来日。アメリカを経てドイツに帰り、父のヤコーブ・ハイルマンの建設会社に管理者として入社。 (ja)
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  • アルベルト・ハイルマン (ja)
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