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Environmental issues now seem crucial in understanding how the society of tomorrow is going to function, with an approach based on preparing for the future and promoting sustainability. So when designing our projects, we always ensure they consider and can adapt to changes in our society. Our clients and partners place their trust in us, so our approach to environmental issues must be consistent with our status as a major participant in the real estate market.
Low-carbon issues are among our main concerns, and we firmly believe it is our duty to innovate and promote responsible construction. Our view is that wood, with all its qualities, is a potential and coherent solution to the environmental stakes we face if it is incorporated and used intelligently. We aspire to be considered by our clients a worthy operator of sustainable cities and to offer a competitive range of low-carbon solutions.
Transform your obsolete assets into opportunities with Revivalis
With Revivalis we go beyond mere renovation, no matter how ambitious the project. We approach each project with the aim of redeveloping the property and conferring on it all the qualities of a new asset, so that it is fully consistent with its market and meets the expectations of its occupants.
Our goal: to confer on an existing building all the qualities of a new building
- transform the property’s obsolescence into opportunity
- reposition the asset in its market
- prepare for changes in the legal and regulatory framework
- optimize space to create value
- reduce the energy consumption and carbon footprint of corporate occupants
- capitalize on Kaufman & Broad’s expertise and methodology
Urban logistics: or how to optimize the value creation chain while lowering costs
Kaufman & Broad also decided to invest in Urbismart, a start-up dedicated to urban logistics. Ubismart’s purpose is to rethink the entire supply chain, pool collection and delivery processes in order to cut costs and reduce urban pollution, and aspire to “one truck per street” rather than “one truck per store”.