Planning and implementation of laboratory buildings
|CONCEPT||Design draft of a laboratory building|
|DETAILS||Detailed planning for the construction of a laboratory building|
|SUPERVISION||Supervision and attendance during the construction phase|
Laboratory building – a wholistic solution
You plan to build a new laboratory building or to renovate or expand an existing laboratory building?
You want to issue a design study, a technical or financial feasibility study for a laboratory building?
We issue a draft of the building conjointly with architects, TGA-planners and experts for analytics, adapt this to your wishes and accompany you executing or supporting during the implementation.
We offer wholistic solutions for laboratory buildings and plan acc. to HOAI.
THIEMT carries out national and international projects. Following, please find some reference examples.
Laboratory building – survey of the planning
The planning and implementation of a laboratory or a building basically consists of the following steps:
- Preliminary planning
- Detailed planning
According to HOAI these three steps are subdivided into work phases:
1. Basic evaluation
2. Preliminary planning
3. Outline planning
4. Licence planning
5. Implementation planning
6. Preparation of the placing
7. Object surveillance
8. Object supervision and documentation
Steps 1 to 3 belong to the preliminary planning and provide the investor a basis for the decision regarding the realization of the project.
Steps 4 to 6 are in accordance with the detailed planning. Herewith we give definite information about how the project should be performed.
With steps 7 and 8 the project will finally be executed and the implementation will be attended.
The HOAI (fees regulation for architect’s and engineer’s activities) regulates the fees for correspondent activities in Germany. It is a federal regulation and is a means to achieve a quality- and not a price-competition.
The cost estimation in the work phases
The more information has been compiled, the more detailed this information is and the more advanced the planning is, the more precise the cost estimate will be.
The cost estimate is described more detailed in the DIN 276.
The exactitude of the cost estimate in the single steps is:
- Cost estimate acc. to the preliminary planning: plus/minus 30 %
- Cost estimate acc. to the outline planning: plus/minus 20 %
- Cost estimate acc. to the tender offer: plus/minus 10 %
The last work phase – object supervision and documentation – consists of the cost determination with the billing.