Always Committed to Climate Protection: Drees & Sommer Marks Its Anniversary Year by Becoming Climate Positive
Climate positive by 2025 or 2030? Far too late, according to construction and real estate planning and consulting company Drees & Sommer SE. Based in the German city of Stuttgart, the company has implemented such extensive measures to reduce and compensate for its CO2 emissions that it is now already climate positive.
Emergency Hospitals for Coronavirus Patients
Pictures from the Chinese city of Wuhan circulated around the world: there, within a matter of a few days, a hospital for Coronavirus patients was built at lightning speed. Hospitals in Germany are also preparing for the emergency.
Role Model Instead of Just Intention: First Climate Neutral Federal Ministry
Since January 1, 2020, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) has been the first climate-neutral federal authority in Germany. To achieve this, the BMZ determined its greenhouse gas emissions and implemented measures to reduce the levels and compensate for them.
Trend Study of Real Estate in Industry: Room for Improvement in Real Estate of Many Industrial Companies
It is not only trade disputes, a sluggish economy and declining orders that are putting German industrial companies under enormous pressure. Above all, far-reaching structural transformation is forcing automobile manufacturers and suppliers, mechanical engineering firms and companies in all other branches of industry to make sweeping changes.
eSports Venues: from the Background into the Limelight
The worldwide esports market is booming, and the audience for esports has been growing constantly for several years. But what is the real estate infrastructure like for these sporting competitions based on computers and video games?
digitales bauen GmbH Makes Challenging Architecture Buildable Using Industrial Techniques
What has long been a recipe for success in the automotive industry is seen by many in the construction industry as the death-knell for architecture: modular construction does promise speed, savings and efficiency, yet at the same time, images of concrete slab constructions and 1970s satellite towns inevitably come to mind.