Keeping sight of all aspects

As a member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), we advise you on sustainability issues during all phases of your construction project. The term “sustainability” is a broad one and not only refers to buildings that are already extremely energy efficient.

For us, key factors also include value preservation, the relationship between nature and the environment, and the energy consumption, recyclability and impact on the groundwater of the building materials used. Factors such as users’ health, economic and social aspects, maintenance and operating costs must be considered, too.

The DGNB has developed criteria covering all of these aspects, depending on the building usage. The guidelines for sustainable construction published by the   also contain important considerations.

Regardless of whether you are actually striving for green building certification from the DGNB/BNB, considering sustainability is a good reflection of a client’s intentions. It also serves to enhance value in the market environment.

We can use the DGNB/BNB criteria to conduct a preliminary check for you during the very first planning phase. Allowing us to determine just how well your project meets the certification criteria.

Das Ministerium heißt nicht mehr das “Bundesministerium für Bau und digitale Infrastruktur” sondern das “Bundesministerium des Innern, für Bau und Heimat”.