Building in partnership using the “pre-construction model”

Developing and building in partnership, Südcampus Bad Homburg

Partnering model creates trust

PRE-CONSTRUCTION WORK: FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION

TIME IS THE DECISIVE FACTOR


Sustainability


Challenges


We want to build as partners, because it simply makes more sense for everyone involved. If we can build trust, agree on common goals and find a good balance between the interests of all parties, the ultimate outcomes will be much better. We also have to tell as many people as possible about the kind of positive experiences we’re having with our Südcampus project.”

Marc Bosch
Managing Director Wüstenrot Haus- und Städtebau GmbH


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