Water, warmth, light and air make buildings into spaces for living. We take care of the supply systems for your building – make them as they ought to be - and make your building your space for living. We are engineers with heart and soul. When we can tame fire and water, earth and air, we are in our element.
Successful supply services work effectively and efficiently behind the scenes - and in harmony with the building’s architecture. The individuality and complexity of these services are the challenges we face as planners of building technical installations, and every project spurs us to new effort. We strive for the perfect, individual solution, maximum efficiency and higher quality, all implemented at appropriate cost. From the start we think entrepreneurially and work sustainably in your interest.
You place your budget in our hands – a sign of great trust. We see ourselves as your trustee, and pursue your economic interests in the planning stage, in site management, and when operating the building. Individuality can still be consistent with economic reality.
Every project calls for special efforts. They can only be realised when all gearwheels mesh reliably with each other. We are referring here to our project partners and our staff. For this reason, matters such as team building, continual training, and trustful cooperation among our staff are very important to us.
With our roots in the Black Forest town of Hüfingen, our specialists there and in our branch offices in Berlin and Hamburg have been planning and executing projects in the sectors:
- Administration buildings and high-rises
- Industrial and production buildings
- Pharmaceuticals and foodstuffs
- Printing and publishing
- Buildings for research and development
- Clinics and social services
- Apartment buildings and hotels
both nationally and internationally since 1996. Our experience is based on handling variety, because every building poses its own challenges, which may be in the form of functionalities, of costs, of comfort, of flexibility or ecology.