Innovative processes and methods such as Building Information Modeling and Lean Construction Management allow Blue Buildings to be built economically and established buildings to be upgraded both technically and structurally for the future.
Getting the best out of established buildings represents both a challenge and an opportunity. Those who know the courses of action open to them and can meet future requirements for living and work environments will be able to achieve economic success.
Whether properties used for core business operations or represent an attractive asset class in themselves, current real estate know-how is always an important competitive advantage.
Above all, the operation of a property should be economical. In this respect, digitization is an important facility management tool. This applies to property companies as well as to companies that use their properties to conduct their core business.
Buy, invest or sell? You can only take the right decisions if you are adequately informed about the costs, potential and risks involved in your property portfolio. And this requires comprehensive analysis of the existing assets.
Creative and flexible planning, fast and stable execution: Lean Construction ensures the efficiency of the overall construction process.
Regardless of whether or not the client is planning a construction project, processes – such as those in production or building operation – have to run smoothly and be future-proof. Our process consultants support their clients in this area.
Ideally, construction management experience and building services equipment (BSE) know-how come together to ensure that a building site operates smoothly and that the construction project remains cost-efficient. Integrated Construction Management offers this outcome.
The early stages of a project are crucial to its later success, and professional project management ensures that everything runs according to plan from start to finish – and beyond.
When responsibility for project management, planning and construction management rests in one pair of hands, the chances are good that a large-scale project will be successful.