Buildings as a source of valuable raw materials: Experts at the first Cradle to Cradle forum call for a change of mindset in the construction industry
The growing scarcity of raw materials is a cause of concern for commercial enterprises around the world. In Europe, the construction industry alone consumes nearly 50 percent of all raw materials and generates nearly 60 percent of waste.
The Esslingen University of Applied Sciences has extended its cooperation with Drees & Sommer in the field of energy-efficient construction.
The Esslingen University of Applied Sciences (UAS) and Drees & Sommer combine theory and practice in the field of energy-efficient buildings and building services equipment.
Internationally active companies want to cooperate with FM service providers that offer innovative cross-border models with in-depth service provision. All manufacturing companies are experiencing market pressure: To increase their competitiveness, they need to standardize secondary and facility management processes throughout Europe.