Central to all considerations is the project and the goal of the client. A complete concept is prepared in close cooperation with our clients. From the very first conceptual stage, it is important for us to absorb all your desires and demands: the subtelties and nuances, the processes, and the general atmosphere of your operation.
Successful projects require first-rate project management. This includes the cost control, design reviews, and professional communication between the individual advisors and planners.
We place great importance on supporting our clients from start to finish in the successful realisation of their ideas.
An industrial kitchen is a hugely complex system, one which influences all other aspects of the Gastronomy concept.
A good and efficient kitchen plan must place the kitchen logistically into the entire gastronomical concept; as only a carefully and thoroughly planned kitchen lays the foundation for a long-term and high-quality operation.
Only with the close collaboration of all those involved with the kitchen operation can a comprehensive overview of all potential risks be attained: with this overview, any potential problems can be quickly and efficiently dealt with.
The appeal of a room is often decided in the first instant when a guest enters.
A sense of well-being comes subconsciously in these first moments. Only after a longer period does the guest systematically and critically appraise the room.
Together with the menu, the presentation of meals and the comfort-factor, the guest gets an overall impression which is vital to the success of the establishment. This applies to anywhere: for example be it an A la carte restaurant, a canteen, a cafe, or a hotel bar. The most important thing is that all the details work together harmoniously.
The following factors count for the overall impression:
Laundries are complex industrial plants, with fully automated washing, drying, and ironing facilities. This is a technical and logistical challenge. An enormous amount of water and energy is consumed by such a plant, and an therefore efficient and careful use of resources is required. A complete design is economical as well as ecological, and must take into account all aspects of the future operation.
Facility management encompasses the entire life-cycle of a building and site; from the planning, to the implentation of the design, through to the management of the real estate itself.
Central to all considerations is the property in its entirety. Only a systematic approach like this can ensure that the best options are found, from the finest details to the site as a whole.
The goal must always be to find the most economical solution as possible.
Only once the building and site-specific coherencies and processes are identified, can the cost-effectiveness can be optimized.
Assistance with strategic company goals
What data is relevant to the decision-making
What and where are the necessary resources
Condition of the Building
Highlighting where costs can be reduced
Greater efficiency with floor-space & Data management
Monitoring of Costs
Work Flow Controls
Examination of Reports