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Building development

“A challenge for every project manager.”

Building development is a big challenge for project managers. The strategic objectives must be taken into account, countless detailed tasks need to be organised, and it is important to permanently keep track. We make your life easier and will manage your projects in an economic, reliable and responsible manner until the building can be successfully operated.

We will guide you through all (!) building development process levels – in 4 stages, from the vision to operation
 
  • We firm up your considerations and check their feasibility, creating a reliable basis for all subsequent stages.
    Process
    • Project planning and project management – set-up and performance of organisational, management and control services

    • Procurement strategy – development of a procurement strategy for planning,
      implementation and operation

    • Acquisition of land – determination of requirements, monitoring of the procedures,
      collaboration in drafting the contracts
    Organisation
    • Organisational and requirements planning – development of the organisational
      requirements and of the future working concept, development of the space, functions,
      fitting and interior design programme and the service qualities

    • Action planning for the change management / securing acceptance – identification of
      changes which need to be attended, and elaboration of measures
    Life Cycle
    • Structure of the project budget – determination of budget based on life cycle costs

    • Feasibility study / profitability calculation – qualitative and quantitative evaluation of implementation options based on the need

    • Analysis and evaluation of properties and premises – as-is analysis and potential analysis
    Management
    • Analysis of the FM organisation and development of a FM strategy
  • Our team of consultants will accompany the selection of suitable planners and the development of the architectural concept. An integral optimisation process results in a value-oriented investment decision.
    Process
    • Project management – organisation, coordination, cost, deadline and quality management,
      project marketing

    • Selection of planning staff – monitoring of the procedures, analysis and evaluation of contributions, collaboration in drafting the contracts

    • Interim spaces and interim relocations – development of the relocation strategy,
      coordination of adaptation measures in the interim space
    Organisation
    • Update of requirement planning – update, detailing and extensions if required by the users

    • Change Management / measures to secure acceptance for the relevant stakeholders
    Life cycle
    • Determination of life cycle costs and key figures which accompany the planning –
      identification or evaluation of optimisation measures using key figures and calculation
      of life cycle costs

    • Planning controlling / quality monitoring – planning quality assurance with respect to
      competition, preliminary design, design and licence planning (secured by sustainability
      certificates according to DGNB and TQB)
    Management
    • Initial assessment of FM organisation and FM tools

    • Planning of service concepts and operator concepts
  • We match the detailed design and the procurement processes with the risks which can be controlled with your resources and competences, and control the planning, tender and negotiation processes in a focused manner until conclusion of a contract. This creates legal certainty, cost certainty and schedule reliability.
    Process

    • Project management – organisation, coordination, cost, schedule, quality and change management, project marketing

    • Competitions for interior design, art, exhibition, etc. (optional) – monitoring of the procedures, analysis and evaluation of contributions, collaboration in drafting the contracts
    • Procurement of execution and management services in different implementation models (individual package GU-TU or PP award)

    • Interim spaces and interim relocations (optional) – coordination of adaptation measures in the interim space, relocation management
    Organisation
    • Update of requirement planning – update, detailing and extensions if required by the user

    • Occupancy planning – rough depiction of the organisation within the building

    • Change management / measures to secure acceptance for the relevant stakeholders
    Life cycle
    • Determination of the life cycle costs and key figures which accompany the planning and the tender process – identification or evaluation of optimisation measures using key figures
      and life cycle calculations

    • Planning controlling / quality monitoring – quality assurance of the detailed design and
      the tender process (optional: integration of the requirements of sustainability
      certificates of DGNB and TQB into the invitation to tender)
    Management
    • Planning of the scope of work for FM products and services

    • Development of specifications for FM tools

    • Planning of the scope of work for property management
  • Your premises will be constructed. Our team of consultants controls the success of the project by controlling the deadlines, quality and costs parallel to the project. We plan, procure and optimise the equipment and operations, we control the relocation and accompany you in the handover and commissioning of your new premises.
    Process
    • Project management – organisation, coordination, cost, schedule, quality and change management, completion of the project, transfer to the line organisation

    • Procurement of equipment, FM services, CAFM tools and relocation logistics – monitoring
      of the procedures, analysis and evaluation of contributions, collaboration in drafting
      the contracts

    • Planning and control of the relocation incl. communication and training measures
    Organisation
    • Final agreements and detailing on user requirements

    • Furnishing kit, furniture and occupancy planning with the intense involvement of the users

    • Assessment of the use of existing furniture in the new building

    • Change management and securing acceptance for different stakeholders
    Life cycle
    • Quality monitoring – quality assurance of the detailed design, execution and commissioning (optional: integration of the requirements of sustainability certificates of DGNB and TQB
      into the tender process)
    Management
    • Implementation of the property management

    • Implementation of FM products and services (technical, commercial and infrastructural)

    • Implementation of the FM tools
Result
  • Customised property

  • Fully functioning building

  • Sophisticated working environment

  • Optimised operating expenses

  • Broad acceptance

  • If necessary: Certified according to DGNB/ÖGNI