megawatt hours of energy are consumed by office buildings in Germany per year.
Highly efficient solutions for the optimization of heating systems in office buildings, for example components for air-conditioning or fan coil units.
Speed control for ventilation, water pumps and refrigeration compressors increase the lifetime of systems and save energy.
New energy and performance standards require air-conditioning systems with high reliability and improved temperature control.
Modern working environments, a great address and representation - office buildings are no longer just workplaces.
For some companies, they are an expression of corporate philosophy and a factor in the fight for talent. But buildings also have to cope with dynamic growth and sustainable management. Whether it’s large-scale or individual office, conference or public space: building technology must adapt to market needs and to both tenants and investors.
Welcome to the future office. In order to meet the demands of companies, the office building of tomorrow must offer much more than just room to work. Flexibility, modernity and third-party usability are crucial for new, highly flexible floor plans that meet dynamic corporate strategies. Companies react quickly to personnel requirements and planning, and the offices must follow suit. The same applies to room climate, comfort and quality of stay – all of which are influenced by the building technology. Temperature control of rooms, modern lighting, intelligent dimming and elevator control - all this contributes to employees' comfort in the office. But the demands of companies are changing, too. As many corporations have committed to sustainability, they also expect office buildings to meet green standards. Certifications such as LEED, DGNB or BREAM are becoming more important and act as a proof of quality and environmental standards. Also, these certified buildings are very interesting for investors. As trophy buildings, they increase the value of the investment and at the same time meet the demands of future viability and environmental compatibility.