Due to the interdisciplinary composition of our staff, we are able to plan and accompany complex and demanding construction projects.
Our many years of experience with refurbishments in existing buildings enable us to provide the client with a high degree of cost certainty and adherence to schedules while maintaining above-average quality standards.
Object planning according to the german scale of fees for architects and engineers (HOAI) for listed buildings is a main focus of our planning activities.
An interdisciplinary team of architects, restorers, art historians and natural scientists can meet the demanding requirements of dealing with historical substance.
In contrast to new construction, the determination of the basics plays an essential role in 'building in the existing fabric'. Ideally, building on existing building research, the existing stock, damage and the corresponding causes of damage must be identified and analyzed at an early stage in order to be able to carry out sound and target-oriented planning.
Sound basic evaluation, preliminary design and implementation planning, object supervision, documentation
Inventory and assessment, mapping (inventory / damage / measures), measure-oriented damage analysis, planning and execution of samples and tests, laboratory analyses accompanying construction work
Due to the interdisciplinary composition of our staff, we are able to plan and accompany complex and demanding restoration projects.
Intensive restoration and scientific support is provided throughout the entire planning and construction process. While the specialist conservators develop and coordinate the design goals, our laboratory qualifies material- and damage-oriented facts for all planning steps.
We offer professional support and design services for a wide variety of objects with a wide variety of materials (natural stone, artificial stone, concrete, plaster, setting, textile, wood, paper, metal, museum objects, ...).
Material inspections during construction by our monument laboratory ensure the quality and sustainability of the work performed.
sound basic evaluation, preliminary design and implementation planning, technical site management, documentation
Inventory and evaluation, mapping (inventory / damage), measure-oriented damage analysis, planning and execution of samples and tests, laboratory analyses during construction, search for suitable restoration materials and techniques (samples and tests), investigation of damage causes and processes (moisture, salts, etc.), preparation of measure catalogs, measure mapping
In addition to architectural monuments, museum and archaeological objects are also the subject of our planning.
We take over the planning for site relocations and depots as well as the related transports and, if necessary, interim storage.
The objects are restorically attended starting from their location, through transport, to their presentation in the exhibition or storage.
Preventive conservation in terms of climate planning, storage conditions and care plays an essential role in museum and depot planning.