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Our portfolio

We have a lot to offer.


Commercial and logistics properties with special requirements

Whether it involves warehouses or cross-docking halls storing dangerous goods, production halls or halls for assembling in the automotive sector, special halls, such as in the field of railway maintenance, and classic office properties: having realised several hundred thousand square metres of space, we know our way around. We're the benchmark here, too, in terms of the local rental price per square metre in relation to the current supra-regional construction prices. This is how we help our clients to develop and realise market-driven and sustainable properties that meet the requirements of the constantly changing market in the long term. We can also handle technical facility management.


Combined transport terminals

In contrast to seaport terminals, the layout of the future terminal is determined by the delineation, the connections and possible planning law requirements of the available land. That's why we know that manuals available on the market for the design and layout of terminals are a real alternative to individualised consulting.


(For example, a terminal in Uzbekistan has to be constructed differently than one in Africa. Temperatures of -35 to +45 degrees Celsius require a different technical construction method than at other locations. It would be pointless for us to invite tenders for high-tech construction methods because we believed they were the only correct ones, if neither these the necessary skilled personnel available to implement them were available in the respective country.)


All terminals developed so far are individually designed and equipped. Here, we focus on the OpEx costs, because from our experience we know all too well that it isn't the CAPEX but the OpEx costs that determine the success of a terminal.

It's important for us to be familiar with all the market-side conditions of the future terminal.


To make this possible, we ensure that the customer's ideas of the planned volume flows to be handled via the terminal are checked for conformity in workshops.

Information on the planned slot times, the peak times over the time at the gates, the mix of cargo units (containers / trailers / swap bodies), the distance between the terminal and the shunting yard, the probable time for the intermediate storage of the cargo units, the number of empty containers in the depot, on dangerous goods and/or waste form an important basis for defining and optimising the layout.


If we know the marketable price for the handling of a cargo unit, for instance, we can determine the maximum capital investment in a top-down procedure. This way we can determine the construction costs for creating the terminal from the outset.


infrastructure construction

Road construction, road and railway bridges, track systems including signalling and digital signal boxes, sewage treatment plants, water treatment plants, local filter systems for discharge into receiving waters, sewer construction, storage areas for bulk and other bulk materials, construction of dangerous goods areas or for the storage of waste, construction of areas in accordance with WHG 19, tank farms and implementation of various other requirements.

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From planning on the basis of the local development plan or its development and application to the preparation of applications for building permits, planning permission and planning approval, including those in accordance with the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG) or the Major Accidents Ordinance (12.BImSchV), the preparation of service specifications and implementation of tendering procedures, including public competition procedures, support in awarding contracts to project management and acceptance of the services, including checking the accounts and the submitted as-built documentation.

Preparation of feasibility and market studies, determination of CAPEX and OPEX costs and their appropriateness, funding applications according to the KV guideline

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