Trend Study on Real Estate Management: Centrally Organized and Digital?
Real estate is the core business of property companies and binds much of the capital of corporates. The management of structures, processes and costs related to real estate therefore has a defining influence on both company forms. The new Drees & Sommer study documents trends and the opinions of people who have responsibility for real estate.
Drees & Sommer Opinion Poll 2018: How Digital is the Real Estate Sector?
Like a mantra, it is repeated everywhere and continuously: in the future everything will be even more digital and even smarter. The extent to which the real estate sector will actually make digital transformation a reality was discussed by more than 70 experts from the real estate and construction sector and other sectors at Expo Vision, a series of events hosted by Drees & Sommer.
Freiburg City Hall Wins German Sustainability Award
The DGNB Sustainable Building award of the German Sustainable Building Council was bestowed to the new city hall in Freiburg’s Stühlinger district for outstanding implementation of ecological and architectural standards. The award was presented in the German city of Düsseldorf on December 7, 2018.
Siemens Celebrates the Topping-Out on the New Campus in Erlangen
The topping-out ceremony for the Siemens Campus project, which is planned in the south of the German city of Erlangen, was held on November 30, 2018 with all project participants, the client Siemens Real Estate, the corporation Siemens AG and representatives of the city.
Munich Metropolitan Region Gets Mobile and Awards First Mobility Prize for the Region
Fast cycle routes, app solutions, flying taxis, car sharing, and park and ride concepts – the mobility concepts and projects in place in the Munich Metropolitan Region are as varied as the individual regions it covers
Integration of BIM, LCM® and Timber Construction: Campus of Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts on Suurstoffi Site wins Swiss Architecture Prize Arc-Award
The new campus of Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU) on the Suurstoffi site not only boasts the tallest timber high-rise building in Switzerland, but the implementation of the project is also innovative.
City of Dresden: Green City Plan Promises Better Quality of Life
The German city of Dresden is developing a masterplan to reduce the level of air pollution – especially particulates and nitrogen oxide – produced by car and truck traffic in and around Dresden, and to encourage environmentally friendly modes of transport.