The establishment of fire safety notices and the adaptation for People with Reduced Mobility (PMR) are essential elements to ensure the safety and accessibility of everyone within a building.
Establishing the environmental profile, conducting thermodynamic simulations, and calculating the Daylight Factor (FLJ) are key steps to optimize the energy performance and comfort of a building while minimizing its impact on the environment.
The establishment of Technical, Construction, and Execution (TCE) specifications ensures the coordination and quality of the work carried out in a construction project.
Cost analysis and environmental profile assessment allow for the identification and implementation of innovative energy solutions for sustainable development.
By examining costs and the environmental profile, we can determine and integrate new energy sources for a more sustainable future.
Cash flow forecasting associated with the implementation of “environment” files such as those from ADEME and Cerqual allows for the optimization of financial resources and ensures compliance with environmental standards.
Time forecasting is essential to ensure effective time management and adherence to deadlines during a project.
The call for bids is a procedure used to select the most qualified supplier or service provider to carry out a project based on pre-established criteria such as cost, quality, and deadlines.
End-of-project reports are essential documents for effectively closing out a construction project. They provide an overview of the work completed, issues encountered, and measures taken to resolve them.