Hyllie / Malmö
The third largest city in Sweden, but clearly in the premier league: In Hyllie, Malmö, we plan, build and operate a quarter with sustainable energy solutions and timeless sustainability.
Nordic Urban Development Concept: Lund City's Medicon Village Science Park is installing the world's first ectogrid ™ which will integrate a total of fifteen buildings.
The Swedish research site employs more than 1,600 people in 120 organizations and devotes itself every day to innovations and research in the field of life science.
Urban development in the east of Munich: Where once dumplings and mopeds rolled off the assembly line, the energy transition is now gaining momentum - including culture, commerce, living and leisure.
10,000 people will live here and about 20,000 will work here. See how the Tegel Airport project develops into a down-to-earth high-flyer.
Elephant & Castle
Our sustainability experts developed an eco-friendly, smart warmth concept for a community of 3,000 apartments, 50 shops, restaurants and cafes in London’s bustling Elephant & Castle area.
We are working with waste management company Ragn-Sells in Högbytorp, where we will be integrating material and energy recovery in a unique, efficient and sustainable way, generating electricity, heat, biogas and bio-fertiliser from waste products.
Underground, and above all efficient: In London's financial district, we generate energy for the equivalent of 11,300 households, ensuring sustainable development.
One of Germany's central projects is emerging on the outskirts of Berlin with a district of 216 apartments including a combined heat and power plant. A beautiful view and sustainable perspective.
Stapelfeld, near Hamburg
A combined heat and power plant with 13,000 hp supplies 27,500 people with energy and sustainability - and is a good example of excellent district development on the outskirts of Hamburg.
Berlin office space
Thanks to a large heat pump plus a heat exchanger, unusually unusual channels have been tapped for a new project by one of our customers not far from the Spree: the sewage pipes of the city.
Discover how fluid the development from classic building to sustainable living in the district of the future can be.