“Simplicity is the only thing that sufficiently reorients our lives so that possessions can be genuinely enjoyed without destroying us.”

Richard Foster

Sustainable Development

  • Meeting present needs without compromising meeting future requirements.
  • Based on international standards:
    • United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDG’s)
    • International Finance Corporation Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiency (IFC EDGE)
  • Integrated approach based on “triple bottom line”:
  • Economic Prosperity.
  • Environmental Stewardship.
  • Social Responsibility.
  • Connectivity to nature and/or natural elements – biophilic design.
  • Following the ASHRAE Standard 55
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water Resources Optimization
  • Low carbon print
  • Science based optimization
  • Certification by third party evaluation


  • Higher sales prices.
  • Quicker sales cycles.
  • Lower operational costs.
  • Healthy and Comfortable.
  • Ecological and Nature Related.

Design Management

  • Master Planning, Architectural and Interior Design Packaging, Scheduling, Coordination and Management.
  • Design and Quality Standards definition
  • Design & Constructability Review
  • Coordinate design and construction with statutory submissions regarding legal and statutory requirements.
  • Liaise with client and other consultants for a coordinated, consistent and objective design result.
  • Assist to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones.
  • Verify Shop Drawings, Method Statements, Inspection and Test Plans and Material Submittals.
  • Collaborate or lead teams of architects, engineers, and other specialists in projects from conception – to execution completion.
  • Monitor the selection, scheduling, and coordination of main contractor and subcontractor activities, and other issues that may occur, prepare cost estimates, budgets, flag current or potential issues.


  • Circular economy design.
  • Design to reduce waste and pollution.
  • Green design

Programme Management

  • Value engineering
  • Scope definition and project procedures, work packaging strategy
  • Planning and Scheduling Construction Works
  • Construction Progress Reports and Architectural Status Reports.
  • Change & Claims, and Payment management
  • Project Execution and Implementation Planning, Project Delivery Strategy
  • Contractor pre-qualification procedures and processes
  • Monitor the selection, scheduling, and coordination of construction activities, prepare estimates of work timetables and report work progress during construction, flag delays.

Building and Urban Rehabilitation

  • Provide solutions most adapted to your goals and needs, maximizing the advantages associated with an rehabilitation compared to a new building.
  • Construction, reconstruction, alteration, conservation, improvement, repair (of constructive, functional, hygienic and safety pathologies), recovery and adaptation of the space works.
  • Improving functionality, habitability and conditions of use, while maintaining its fundamental character.
  • science and experience based solutions.
  • Optimize the use of the building’s space and maximize physical and financial capital.
  • Ensuring agility, control and transversal coordination of the entire construction process.


  • Unique to your vision.
  • High constructive quality.
  • Lower initial investment.
  • Reduce the ecological footprint.
  • Simplification of procedures.


  • Focused on environment, art, engineering, architecture, and sociology.
  • It can include sustainable development of natural spaces with many plants, creating an ecosystems that suits the needs.
  • Using principles of ecology, hydrology, horticulture, geology, and design technology to create a green space that allows for sustainable urban living.
  • The soil, climate change, pollutants, and various other factors are evaluated carefully to choose the plants and trees, while keeping design aesthetics in mind to finally create a natural environment that boosts the well-being of you and your loved ones.


  • Combat environment toxicity.
  • Storm Water Management.
  • Troubleshooting using nature.
  • Weather Control.
  • Healthy and Therapeutic environments.

Construction Management

  • Construction planning
  • Order Management
  • On Site and Off Site investigation
  • Check for compliance with building regulations, safety regulations and appropriate construction techniques.
  • Take act in site surveillances and inspections, respective reports, to identify conflicts and impacts in the construction, analyze rectification proposal carried-out on-site by the contractor, and survey the works.
  • Prepare punch list reports for defect rectification during construction and/or handover.
  • Flag defective works and liaise with other parties for defect rectification.
  • Testing & Commissioning
  • Guarantees & Warrantees management
  • Tender, Negotiation & Award


  • Precise material use to reduce waste.
  • Controlling waste management.
  • Constructing green buildings.
  • Conserving Energy.
  • Selecting sustainable materials.

Maintenance Management

  • Streamline Preventive Maintenance.
  • Organize Inventory Management.
  • Reduce Downtime.
  • Improve Cost-Effectiveness.
  • Enhance Communication.
  • Increase Compliance.
  • Simplify Bookkeeping.
  • Improve Asset Management.
  • Support Condition-Based Monitoring.


  • Maintenance Plan.
  • Operations and Maintenance Setup.
  • Safety standards definition.
  • Cyclic Enhancement.
  • Team Management.

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