Drees & Sommer Survey: How hospitals avert Facility Management risks
Hospitals that commission third party service providers to handle their Facility Management (FM) may find it worthwhile to review their current self and third party management strategy. This was the central outcome of a survey conducted by Drees & Sommer for the first time at the InServFM Tradeshow.
Berlin’s Heidestraße quarter: Winning design for project’s first stage confirmed
Berlin architect company Robertneun has won the architecture competition for the special area of the Heidestraße quarter. The design award was offered by Drees & Sommer, who also conducted the preliminary review of the entries.
C2C Day at BAU 2017: Cradle to Cradle now well established in the real estate industry
‘The Future of Construction’ is the theme of BAU 2017 in Munich from January 16 to 21, 2017. To make this future as sustainable as possible, the construction industry needs to make greater use of practical concepts such as Cradle to Cradle (C2C).
Drees & Sommer Snap Survey 2016: Digitization will define the future of urban living
At Drees & Sommer’s Expo Vision event in November, more than 70 experts from the real estate and construction sectors and other industries discussed what the cities of the future would look like. The central topic was ‘Blue City – Cities of the Future’. The market experts also expressed their views in a snap survey.
Construction in the Alps: The Waldhotel Healthy Living is developed in the Swiss Bürgenstock Resort
The Bürgenstock Resort above Lake Lucerne will be redesigned until summer of 2017. Along with the Waldhotel, one of the three new hotels, Bürgenstock Hotels AG is also building a Healthy Living Centre.
Drees & Sommer provides management support for a new urban development project in Munich
A new and sustainable city district is to be built across an area the size of 250 football pitches in Freiham, Bavaria. Upon final completion, the new district will provide housing for more than 20,000 people and create around 7,500 jobs.
International Financial Center in Moscow: A new urban district is being created with the help of City BIM.
New housing is to be provided for 65,000 people in the west of the Moscow metropolitan region. As part of the International Financial Center (IFC) project, a modern district is to be built on a 460-hectare site in Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye.
Berlin TXL: A research and industrial park is to be created for up to 17,500 employees in the heart of the capital city
Five times as big as Mainau Island: That’s how much building land will become available following the closure of Berlin’s Tegel airport. An innovative and sustainable research and industrial park for urban technologies is to be created there...