In the commercial real estate sector, in particular, the tenant and industry mix plays a central role – especially for larger properties. From the moment a building is let, we regulate the tenant mix and ensure an optimum layout when drafting contracts. Accompanied by the revitalisation of unused floor space, potential for new rentals can often be gained. Reviewing outdated technology also provides opportunities to make savings with regards to energy and running costs. Modern equipment is often more efficient and compact, meaning that here too reserves can be harnessed.
Building management optimisation is another focus area. In this case, contractual and performance adjustments frequently result in savings that increase the premises' appeal and thus the rental opportunities. We achieve these objectives via framework agreements and cost centre audits, during which regular building checks identify hidden costs, as well as inefficient contracts and structures.