Towards a Public Authority of the Future
Germany's public authorities need to embrace the digital age definitively. In a European comparison, Germany only ranks 14th on the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) compiled by the European Commission. Drees & Sommer advises cities and local authorities on these issues and shows how they can position themselves and their real estate for a viable future.
Green Stadium in a Blue City
What does building a sustainable sports venue entail? And how can the local district or the city as a whole benefit from such a project? Arne Sebastian Fritz and Tristan Schmedes will speak on these and other topics at the Coliseum Summit Europe on 20-21 March 2019 in London.
Buildings as Material Banks
The objective of the EU research project Buildings as Material Banks (BAMB) is to develop recycling-enabled solutions using standardized data sets for product manufacturers and the construction industry that can be used for all data platforms. A recently published book gives fascinating insights into this topic.
MIPIM 2019: Analyze before you digitize
From March 12 to 15, 2019, real estate industry experts and decision-makers will meet at the MIPIM international trade fair in Cannes. At the top of the agenda: current trends and challenges facing the industry. As an innovation driver and market leader, the focus topic for Drees & Sommer will be the role digitalization plays for the real estate industry.
Residential Development Klosteranger in the Bavarian Village of Weyarn Nears Completion
Located close to the German city of Munich and boasting an old monastery complex, the municipality of Weyarn is developing into a model district. A previously uncultivated meadow has been transformed into a settled residential area.