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is an attitude.

Buildings for generations. Working Environments for a livable future.

Planning and constructing sustainable high-performance buildings - this is what we do, successfully with for years. Several certified passive house buildings, including the largest in Baden-Wurttemberg or North Rhine-Westphalia, are working environments in which people feel comfortable and are active and productive.

Proven Sustainability: (from left) Dietmar van Crüchten, authorized signatory at GfA, Stephan Kleine, managing partner at GfA, Jo. Swodenk, Partner and Managing Director Vollack West and Jörn Böhl, Managing Partner at GfA, with the plaque of the Passive House Institute, which distinguishes the new building as a certified passive house and the sculpture "Win with energy".

Reducing the footprint

Around 35 percent of energy consumption and around 30 percent of CO2 emissions in Germany are caused by buildings. In order to achieve the goal set out in the German government's climate protection plan of a virtually climate-neutral building stock by 2045, the ecological footprint must be reduced.

By 2030, CO2 emissions are to be reduced by at least 65 percent compared with 1990 levels, and by as much as 88 percent by 2040. The decision to build an energy-efficient new building or to renovate existing buildings to improve energy efficiency therefore pays off for companies in several respects.

Medium-sized companies in particular need the best possible property not only at the time of handing over the keys, but over the entire life cycle of the building. They feel an obligation to future generations and need investments that are suitable for their grandchildren.

Klimaneutrales Bauen ist eine wichtige Stellschraube zur Senkung des CO2-Fußabdrucks von Unternehmen.

Ecological, economic and

Building sustainably has many aspects. Conservation of resources is a decisive criterion for an ecologically meaningful investment. This applies to the selection of building technology and building materials. Economic aspects such as operating costs also play an important role. Last but not least, corporatevalues are a compass for applicants when it comes to finding their way on the job market. The focus is on companies that assume responsibility - toward employees, customers, and with regard to the environment and society.

Positioning as an employer brand, a company should also keep an eye on the working environment and create conditions of use in which people enjoy working, are motivated and successful. We say: Buildings always have an effect, every day.

A passive house
is active

Several energy-efficient buildings and certified passive houses underline that Vollack, as an expert in methodical building design, thinks sustainably into the future. Because a passive house is an active contribution to environmental protection. Studies that we have conducted on completed buildings show: Sustainability pays off. Even additional costs for innovative energy concepts pay for themselves in operation after just a few years.

The largest certified commercial passive house in Baden-Württemberg: Kreativpark Karlsruhe

Timber construction

Building with wood is experiencing a boom, and no wonder. Wood is a renewable resource and actively contributes to climate protection by binding CO2 in the long term.

A particular strength is the factory prefabrication of the  timber components. This can reduce assembly costs and shorten construction times. Wood is recyclable; at the end of its service life, it can simply be deconstructed and individual components recycled.

Building sustainably for the future - Solarparc's new headquarters: built and operated CO2-neutral.

Timber construction: future headquarters of in timber hybrid design

Also revitalization
pays off

Revitalization can also be a forward-looking option - such as for the well-known outdoor brand VAUDE. Vollack developed the master plan for the conversion of the company headquarters. For its sustainable implementation, the VAUDE Campus received the GreenTec Award, among others.

The future of your working world can start today.

Sustainability is firmly anchored in VAUDE's values and corporate culture

A building with a built-in work-life balance

Benefit from funds

The new Bundesförderung Energieeffiziente Gebäude (BEG) creates an economic benefit for investing in a green future. It makes investments in energy efficiency and renewable energies particularly attractive for new buildings and renovations. In this way, companies benefit from subsidies, employees from working environments with a pull effect, and the environment from climate protection.

Digital is sustainable

Digital innovations in design and construction create real added value. Vollack successfully uses Building Information Modeling (BIM). In the construction industry, BIM stands for the global trend of digitalization. In this process, all relevant building data is digitally modeled, recorded and combined. Lean Construction (LEAN) aims to increase customer value through continuous improvement and the elimination of wastefulness in processes. The combination of BIM and LEAN ensures a sustainable investment and transparency throughout the life of the building.

Make your building fit for a sustainable future with us.

Learn more about the possibilities of sustainable building and how  to save energy and to reduce costs.

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