Arnd Holzapfel studied at the universities of Tübingen and Cologne. After completing his second state examination and being admitted to the bar in 1992, he joined the construction law team led by Manfred Haesemann as an apprentice lawyer with steadily growing enthusiasm for the legal profession at CBH.
His work focuses on advising - in particular - public-sector clients on all issues of private building law. However, numerous contractors from the construction industry also count on his help, especially with regard to legally demanding and difficult issues.
Arnd Holzapfel has special knowledge and experience in the legal support of nationwide road construction and tunnel construction projects. He is a member of STUVA and the German Building Court Council and has appeared in numerous publications. Most recently, he commented on the construction contract and the building supervision contract in the standard work "Kersten/Bühling", which has been known for many decades.
For many years, Arnd Holzapfel has been listed in the JUVE Handbook of Commercial Law Firms as a frequently recommended lawyer in private building law.