Rubin 65 GmbH
Stadtbau Leipzig AG
Architektur von Domaros GmbH
Car park, Office
approx. 2.200 m²
approx. 17 m
Priedemann sees the implementation planning as a precise simulation of the construction process and the building – in detail, digitally and, depending on the complexity, as a 3-dimensional model.
The supervision of assembly and installation is particularly important for us, to ensure the agreed quality. Our principle is that deviations from the agreed planning must be identified at an early stage, documented and the implementation corrected. This controlling refers both to production and manufacturing as well as to the assembly on the building site:Regular inspection of production and assembly in the factory
Priedemann stands for system and facade concepts that think ahead with detailed solutions and technical feasibility even before the contract is awarded, always keeping an eye on the project as a whole and maintaining the project’s design standards even after the contract has been awarded.
Saving fossil fuel, reducing operating costs, increasing efficiency.Around a third of the world’s primary energy is used to operate buildings. Fossil, non-renewable fuels are used for more than 80 percent of this, while the demand for energy is growing at the same time. Energy is usually generated in large central power plants, and the energy is provided via wasteful supply networks. Decentralized energy generation seems more than logical. In addition to solutions to use energy more efficiently and reduce consumption, renewable energy sources must increasingly be developed. Priedemann considers locally usable solar energy in particular to be one of the most sensible solutions.
We know that planning is a living process accompanied by change. Parametric data models allow us to react flexibly to changing conditions or situations. Parametric planning can be an integral part of a BIM process or an independent part of planning and implementation. Using different 3D software, we design individual facade components, elements or entire assemblies and use them to generate CIM (computer integrated manufacturing) and DFM (design for manufacture) compatible data sets.
These data sets can be transferred to CNC data (Computer Numeric Control) for production. Parametric planning is an efficient and reliable tool for consistent planning and accuracy, especially for complex facade geometries – from design to manufacture and installation. Our parametric data models provide us with a reliable basis for tendering, awarding and implementation.