Green Building

The buildings sector contributes a large part to greenhouse gas emissions – whether in operation through electricity, natural gas or oil use or already during the production of building materials and the construction of the building. However, buildings can already be constructed today in an economically viable, almost greenhouse gas-neutral and thus sustainable manner. The biggest drivers for this can be found in the idea and planning phase, i.e. long before the building is completed.

Green Building Assessment

There is no uniform standard for the ecological assessment of buildings. For this reason, various, partially obligatory partial balance sheets are combined. Here too, an integrated life cycle analysis of the building materials used is prepared and summarised in a material balance. In addition, there is a detailed energy balance during the use phase. With the help of this balancing, an evaluation of the entire GHG potential as well as the energy flows can be represented. This information is increasingly requested by potential users, authorities and builders.

Our Service

We support you in the selection of building materials and construction methods that enable a building that is as sustainable as possible. If you are unsure which of your desired variants is the most sustainable for your new building or renovation project, we will be happy to analyse your designs and support you in optimising them with the help of an ecological building assessment.

Through research and pioneering projects, we draw up dedicated ecological analyses and comparisons of variants on the basis of recognised international standards and norms.

Green potentials

The greatest savings potential in raw materials and energy, as well as the optimum ecological footprint, are realised during the planning phase.


With the help of life cycle assessments and life cycle analyses we create transparency when it comes to the evaluation of alternative construction methods and building materials.

Life cycle approach

Our analyses follow the life cycle approach. In addition to input flows for the production of building materials, we also consider useful lives and the disposal of building components.