Healthcare buildings are becoming more and more complex, implementation periods shorter and shorter. Economic pressure and the requirement to comply with budgets place high demands on the planner. It is therefore essential to identify and manage the risks attendant upon structural execution as early as possible.

The focus of all our endeavours lies on sustainable planning and construction. Energy efficiency, sustainability and a conscious use of resources form the basis of our concepts, which are developed in cooperation with our certified passive house planners and DGNB and LEED auditors.

When designing healthcare buildings, we combine the disparate interests of owners, users and the various parties involved in the planning process and bring about an optimum economic result for your project. In doing so, we place an emphasis on process-related function sequences tailored to the needs of the patient.

By employing BIM (Building Information Modelling) and integrating a wide variety of trades into one central, 3-dimensional model it is possible to coordinate the planning of the different disciplines in an optimum manner.

Besides hospitals our range of experience also embraces surgeries, old people's homes and medical centres.


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