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    For individual projects or entire real estate portfolios The initial situation of a potential analysis can be an existing planning concept, a finished building or a developed or undeveloped property. Through the detailed analysis of the initial situation and representation of the status quo, measures can be identified that represent greater sustainability or certification options. The result is a concrete portfolio-specific or project-specific strategy to achieve the previously defined goals. The potential analysis is also the basis for the possible achievement of the QNG seal as part of the Federal Funding for Efficient Buildings (BEG)< /a>.
    Holistic certification management ensures that the set target level of sustainability or the desired and possible certification level is achieved. The pre-check includes the clarification of the possible quality levels of a certification, the identification of optimization measures (depending on costs/benefits), the estimation of the additional planning effort and possible cost increases, as well as the determination of the results in a target agreement. This represents the basis for further action in the project. The sustainability certification is understood as sub-project management and quality control. This includes the coordination of the project participants, the provision of information as well as the constant control and optimization of deadlines, costs and quality in coordination with the project management.
    As part of the KFW-Bank's new building subsidy, funding applications can be submitted for the efficiency house level 40 with NH class and for the efficiency building level 40 with NH class. The prerequisite for this is the “Sustainable Building Quality Seal (QNG)”. This can be awarded by independent bodies upon receipt of the DGNB or NaWoh certificate on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Building. FAQ on BEG funding | DGNB System (
    Basic determination and specification of the planning task In requirements planning, the requirements, needs and goals of the planning task are specified. It is at the very beginning of the development and planning process and forms the basis for the successful course of a sustainable real estate development project. The result of the requirements planning represents the qualitative and quantitative basis for further investigations and planning by architects and specialist engineers.
    Claim, coordination, preliminary examination Integral planning competitions are suitable for finding the best possible design, structural, technical and constructive solution for a building project. Planning competitions with the target definition of sustainable real estate development are carried out with the SNAP (system for sustainability requirements in planning competitions). The implementation of competitions is rated particularly positively in the DGNB system in terms of process quality.
    Internal organizational development to implement the processes of sustainable construction In order to develop sustainable real estate, holistic planning (integrated planning) is required - especially in the conception phase. This ensures that the life cycle of the real estate project is designed in the best possible way. In order to successfully implement the processes of sustainable construction in outdated internal development and planning processes, a new organizational development is required. The static, incoherent planning stages, which are often associated with a high loss of information, are broken up and transferred to a smooth planning flow. All specialist disciplines are equally taken into account from the start. This is the only way to ensure that the criteria for sustainable building can be successfully implemented.
    ESG verification for the EU taxonomy (DGNB) In addition to the obligation for financial participants to disclose their project investments, project developers and portfolio holders can use ESG verification to create transparency and minimize risk during the purchase and sale process. The EU taxonomy serves as a set of rules for defining sustainability on the capital market. Investors can use the clear criteria and precise parameters to determine whether sustainable management can be achieved with a real estate project. The offer as part of the verification of the DGNB initially refers to the taxonomy of environmental goals "climate protection" and "climate adaptation" and the associated "Do Not Signify Harm" criteria as well as the "S" and "G “-criteria that are aimed at the acting companies themselves.
    e.g.  Development of individual solution strategies for problems in the current project or at the beginning of the project e.g. Specialist lectures or employee training for project developers or construction companies or general contractors/entrepreneurs e.g. Marketing Consulting: Selling Sustainable Buildings - How to score points with buyers.
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