The way we work - 1 to 1 like our name
We work according to the principle “first plan, then request offers”, because the result can only correspond to the ideas and wishes if everyone involved is sure of what is to be built. In order to support the imagination, we prefer to plan our projects five-dimensionally according to the BIM method. With “Building Information Modeling” we can capture the imagined “1 to 1” in a three-dimensional volume model and also take into account the fourth (qualities) and even the fifth dimension (life cycles).
Why should buildings be planned and built with BIM?
(Building Information Modeling)
BIM is a process in which an intelligent CAD model is created and used to make informed project decisions. It optimizes the processes involved in planning, designing, erecting and managing buildings. The BIM method is used to create multi-dimensional models. After displaying and evaluating all parameters, you are able to set up transparent creation and / or life cycle costs for each project, even before construction begins.
The result: better project results and more security for investments.
What is the role of LCC?
(Life Cycle Costing)
“Life cycle costing” or LCC consistently considers a product from the cost aspect. This is understood to be the sum of all costs that a building causes over its entire period of existence. This includes the total costs for planning, production or construction, but also usage, maintenance, repair and renovation costs.
For a construction project, this means that not only the construction costs are determined, but also upkeep such as energy costs, maintenance costs, etc. After a few years these already exceed the construction costs significantly and, when considered over the entire life cycle of a building, make up three times the construction costs the end. They are therefore largely responsible for the profitability of construction projects and can only be decisively influenced in the early design and planning phase.
Since these costs accompany you throughout the entire use of the building, we can determine them in advance.
If the zero point is extended, a straight line is obtained - the first dimension.
Expanding the straight line, you get a rectangle. A geometric figure emerges.
A Z-axis turns the figure into a body. And the bodies or components developed by us can all be evaluated and used.
Our advantage: Our components receive evaluable properties. We define size, material, surface, etc.
Another benefit: the timeline. We can calculate costs for maintenance and repair already in the planning phase.