1. Design for disassembly
In all the buildings that we realise the premise is that they are all designed for disassembly.Once a building has reached the end of its life cycle its parts can be dismantled and re-used. The buildings are therefore not "worthless" but provide revenue at the time of disassemly. The materials of the variouscomponents are re-used or serve as a source for other projects. The value of the various components will be included in the new development(s). Together with the client we determine the design and value and from there agreements are made with suppliers. This design strategy means that building values increase due to an increased residual value.