Are you looking for support in designing or realising buildings? The specialists of our Architecture & Construction department work as consultants, architects and engineers on a wide variety of issues. They ask questions to properly understand your plans, they oversee the steps you still need to take and make adjustments. For example, at Vicoma we approach every design assignment pragmatically and across the full width. You keep the focus on your primary process, business operations and organization.
The architectural office within Vicoma
You can see our Architecture & Construction department as the architectural office within Vicoma. Under the label Archicom we focus on creating, realising and managing your buildings. The symbiosis with the other disciplines of Vicoma makes Architecture & Architecture unique in our industry. Our colleagues know everything about the processes, production lines and machines in the buildings we design. Together we arrive at the best total solution.
Appealing, feasible and practical
Our field of work is changing rapidly and is expanding. Developments in regulations, sustainability ambitions and energy issues play an important role in this. Vicoma has specialists with ready, up-to-date knowledge in every market segment. As a result, at the beginning of each collaboration, we oversee which actions we need to take in order not to be faced with surprises later on. Our Architecture & Construction specialists understand that beautiful must also be feasible and practical. This pragmatic approach is characteristic of how we approach projects.
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Our specialists support with:
- Real estate consultancy
- Complete new construction and renovation projects
- Optimisation of business processes in relation to real estate
- Building Inspections
- Designing buildings and structures
- Engineering of buildings and structures
- Performance guidance
- Sustainability certification according to BREEAM
- Permit guidance