Advances in digitalisation have changed society and the behaviour of people, and will continue to do so. These changes have an influence on the use and features of a property. Therefore, the topic of “digitalisation” and the associated technologies and opportunities will be a major part of the development, planning and implementation of real estate projects in the future.

In the age of digitalisation, modern office spaces and business, science and technology parks require standardised, future-proof and high-performance information and telecommunications technology infrastructures and business-supporting products and services for their tenants. Global employment and virtual collaboration are trends that will change the workplaces of the future. Companies are increasingly employing external staff, while employees are mobile and spend part of their time on-site with clients, in co-working locations or working from home.


Modern technology makes it possible to work from almost anywhere in the world. The transformation to digitalisation is defining the new requirements for the infrastructure of information and telecommunications technology.


  • Planning and construction of carrier and connectivity infrastructures (WAN/LAN) including connection concepts for data centres, internet service providers and IaaS and SaaS providers
  • Development of suitable connectivity concepts for the connected property/smart building (high-performance internet access, hybrid WAN connections, WLAN, cloud providers and carrier diversity, data cabling, network connections to data centre and cloud providers)
  • Planning and construction of redundant information and telecommunication rooms (“muff rooms”) for the data and network technology (carrier) of the campus or building
  • Planning and coordination of broadband expansion projects and provider handover rooms
  • Client representation for the planning and construction of telecommunications infrastructures
  • Manufacturer-independent and superordinate project management and coordination of suppliers, architects, technical building equipment and electrical planners as an interface for the client, as well as authorities and experts, during the construction phase
  • Development of individual operating concepts for critical infrastructures
  • Carrier management and provider selection
  • Inspections and assessments of the connectivity infrastructure