The seamless integration of building services installations into the architectural and structural design concept is one of the core tasks of our generalists and M&E specialists. The resulting systems are ideal for user needs.
Working in tandem with our customers, we analyze the scheme and develop concepts, designs and construction programs, plus associated operating and maintenance regimes, for the entire M&E component of a project.
With complex buildings, the design development for all building services systems is closely supervised by our generalists. Optimizations are implemented in collaboration with the project team. Our specialists then hone the technical solutions into a product that maximizes eco-efficiency and cost-effectiveness over the full service life of the facility.
Analysis, Support, Building application, EIA, Client consulting, Energy concepts, Controlling, Expert opinions, Operational optimization, Viability, Overall design, Lead design, General planning, Site development, Specialist design, Business plans, Strategic planning, Technical monitoring
Investing in our energy future. As general planner, we not only provide you with technical support, but also advise you on eco-efficiency and business management issues. In developing solutions for our energy future, Gruner’s experts are involved at all project stages, from strategic planning and design through to operation. Their work embraces the investigation of renewable energy systems as well as the applications of geothermal, biomass, hydropower, solar and CHP (combined heat and power) technology.
Biomass, Environmental heat, Condensate management, Combined heat and power (CHP), Refrigeration, Heat-recovery heat pumps, District heating, Downhole heat exchangers, High-temperature hot water systems, Geothermal systems, Sewer heat recovery, Heat generation systems, Electricity production plants, Heat pumps (groundwater, air, surface water, wastewater), Hydrothermal geothermal systems, Pellet-fired heating systems, Scrap-wood-fired systems, Steam systems, Tunnel water heat recovery, Waste heat recovery