From system engineering to building digitisation and green building design.
M&P is helping to build new living environments
Our way of life is changing. Strictly separating the workplace and living space is a thing of the past. As are conventional off-the-shelf construction solutions.
Existing buildings are being transformed into new, urban quarters that create space for communication and development – with a mix of office space, shops, workshops and apartments. The flexible usage concepts pose major challenges for architecture and building planning. M&P responds with a future-oriented service portfolio, broad-based expertise and creative, interdisciplinary cooperation between the Engineering, IT and Energy divisions.
Potential for new ideas: the transformation of existing buildings into urban working and living environments
The conversion of existing buildings into new office and living space is making a decisive contribution to relieving the strained real estate markets.
The possibilities are there: especially in the urban environment, there are considerable vacancies in non-residential buildings – office and administrative buildings, schools, clinics, churches or even airports.
Roof extensions on old buildings, supermarkets or multi-storey car parks also offer enormous potential for new ideas.
Rethinking repurposing – M&P is shaping the transformation!
Existing buildings that are developing into new quarters are shaping the urban future. The flexible forms of use require enormous ability to transform and creativity in building planning – they require the expertise of M&P. Our highly skilled team, diverse in terms of subject areas and personnel, always keeps an eye on the big picture – from planning to commissioning in a wide variety of sectors. An important factor for success.
Across all locations, our experts put together an interdisciplinary competence network for each project – and develop tailor-made and increasingly digital solutions for new working and living environments, together and with a great deal of enthusiasm for the process of innovation.
Building smarter with M&P
M&P provides important impetus for the smart city: through the use of modern technologies, cities will become more efficient, climate-friendly and pleasant to live in.
To achieve these goals, products, services, processes and infrastructures that are supported by highly integrated and networked information and communication technologies are needed. In addition to the factor of digitisation, the smart city also needs innovative and sustainable solutions for energy supply and mobility. The path to a smart city or a smart district requires an interdisciplinary approach.
Our expertise in the fields of engineering, energy, digitisation and consulting ensures this interplay of overarching systemic concepts.
Here are some project examples from the M&P Group that demonstrate our exceptional position in the conversion of existing buildings into new, networked living environments:
- Multifunctional use of locations at the former Berlin-Tempelhof Airport: from emergency accommodation and office space to a museum and creative quarter. M&P provides the framework for future facility management: from tendering to implementation.
- A lively and creative business park, the Naumann-Park, is being built in Berlin. It creates productive synergies between work and leisure, individually designed office space and accessibility. In addition to funding in accordance with KfW 40 and the DGNB Platinum district certification, the aim is also to achieve CO2-neutral construction. Planned by M&P.
- In the Forum on the Museum Island in Berlin, state-of-the-art office units, catering facilities and a hotel are being built in a listed-building ensemble. M&P was commissioned with the planning of the BSE for the former main telegraph office. One highlight of the project is the additional commission for our facility management consulting team: the planning of a smart-office system, which in addition to process optimisation and increased comfort also includes optimal control of the technical systems and facility management.