Environmental Planning

  • Envi­ron­men­tal Impact Assess­ment
  • Life Cycle Ana­ly­sis
  • Con­cepts for plan­ting
  • Risk Assess­ment
  • Envi­ron­men­tal Plan­ning
  • Envi­ron­men­tal Moni­to­ring
  • Spe­cia­li­zed pro­ject manage­ment for envi­ron­men­tal aspects

Our envi­ron­men­tal design approach com­bi­nes clas­sic engi­nee­ring design with eco­lo­gi­cal aspects. In our envi­ron­men­tal engi­nee­ring work, we com­bi­ne our clas­si­cal engi­nee­ring design focus (on func­tio­na­li­ty, mini­mi­za­ti­on of con­struc­tion costs and ope­ra­ti­on costs as well as exten­si­ve usea­bi­li­ty) with envi­ron­men­tal con­cerns (pro­tec­tion of natu­ral envi­ron­ment, envi­ron­men­tal law, health aspects). App­ly­ing the­se high stan­dards, we pre­dict the type and size of envi­ron­men­tal impacts of pro­jects, assess envi­ron­men­tal risks and ela­bo­ra­te con­cepts to inte­gra­te struc­tures into land­s­cape while con­s­i­de­ring flo­ra and fau­na.
We crea­te eco­lo­gi­cal com­pen­sa­ti­on are­as which meet envi­ron­men­tal legal frame­works and which con­si­der eco­no­mic via­bil­ty and land use aspects. Our engi­neers and geo­lo­gists dedi­ca­te to deli­ver fea­si­ble and via­ble solu­ti­ons for envi­ron­men­tal miti­ga­ti­on to avo­id or redu­ce impact on the envi­ron­ment. Alre­ady long befo­re “sustain­ab­le deve­lop­ment” beca­me a fashion­ab­le term, we were proud to achie­ve las­ting envi­ron­men­tal bene­fits in each sin­gle pro­ject. Prac­tical­ly speaking, our work out­put is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by long life span and maxi­mum envi­ron­men­tal bene­fit in the given finan­ci­al frame. In all the­se disci­pli­nes we are well awa­re, that the diver­se cir­cum­s­tan­ces which we encoun­ter in our world wide activi­ty deman­ds tailor made solu­ti­ons in every sin­gle case.