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COMPLEX SERVICES FROM A SINGLE SOURCE
General Planning

COMPLEX SERVICES FROM A SINGLE SOURCE

General Planning is characterised by coordination and integration, interdisciplinary thinking and the early involvement of all involved parties. Overall responsibility for projects will increasingly be determined by new forms of collaboration and digital planning processes. As General Planner, we offer a comprehensive range of specialist engineering services as well as client support and representation, interface management and project control services – all with the aim of optimising project planning. We bring together a diverse range of planning and design services in the areas of complex buildings, hydraulic/maritime engineering and ports, energy and environment, approvals management, project control and construction management.

General Planning in Numbers

> 700

Employees

> 85

Years of experience

> 800

Projects

> 20

Specialisations

“As a successful General Planner, we aim to increase our activities as a consultant and generate new demand for our services – for example, in relation to sustainable solutions and the associated certification processes.”

Lutz Hempelt, Executive Director
What is important?
Planning processes of the future are intelligent and adaptable

What is important?

New markets, digitalisation and our responsibility for the future demand new focuses and perspectives. For the General Planner, it relates to how complex value chains are viewed with their diverse structures, processes, resources, project participants and interactions. What opportunities to optimise can we take advantage of in making our work, and the wider industry, more sustainable?

Schwerin’s Technology and Commercial Centre
Building with vision

Schwerin’s Technology and Commercial Centre

The office and production floor space of the Technology and Commercial Centre (TGZ) in Schwerin is currently being expanded. The need has increased for new space for start-up companies, whose founders have been realising and developing their business ideas here since 1990. Especially for technology-oriented companies, the TGZ constitutes an important network in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The new building, with a gross floor area of approximately 6,650 m2, is characterised by its efficient and sustainable design. The rooms can be individually adapted to the needs of startups, increasing the cost-effectiveness of their use.