Satisfied clients and successful throughout the world
Currently, Conclude supports more than 100.000 users in more than 2.000 projects with a construction volume of more than €300 billion in 38 countries and in 13 different languages. The projects – from small to giant-scale – primarily include structural engineering (administration buildings, factory halls, chains, museums, hospitals), plant engineering (pharmaceutical, energy, automotive industries) and infrastructure (tunnels, airports, railroad stations) projects.
Elbphilharmonie: The new landmark in Hamburg, Germany
The new landmark of the north gracefully towers over the Elbe on the western tip of HafenCity quarter and was built on the base of the previous warehouse “Kaispeicher”. It houses two concert halls, a hotel and apartments. The generous Plaza – the junction between the old warehouse and the new construction – serves as public viewing platform. Even though the construction was delayed and press coverage was not very uplifting, the project was an exceptional challenge for Conclude: more than 600 planning partners at peak times as well as more than 1 million documents and drawings, the processing and approval of which was organised in more than 150 Conclude workflows with up to 50 individual steps.
Image: Elbphilharmonie © Thies Rätzke
BMW: Production, R&D, offices, and showrooms
For years, the car manufacturer BMW has relied on Conclude’s solutions when constructing new production plants in Munich (Germany), Leipzig (Germany), Varese (Italy), and Spartanburg (U.S.). Based on the Conclude module, BMW introduced a transparent claim management system for the construction sites in Munich that involves all companies. Additionally, our software is used as inventory document management system for all properties in the United States. Currently, we support the BMW Campus Paris, France.
Image: Aerodynamic test center (AVZ) © BMW Group
Roche: Worldwide and entirely
The healthcare company Roche has been using the Conclude solutions for all building project in Switzerland since 2005. The projects range from logistics and R&D buildings to district developments and multi-storey buildings in Basel. Right from the outset, Roche has utilised all functions of our software for a structured, documented and transparent project management. Since 2014, every Roche project around the globe has been equipped with an additional cost module that includes an SAP interface, and thus is the basis for a harmonised worldwide reporting with the Conclude Platform.
Image: Site Roche Basel © F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
House of One: Three religions. One house. One platform. One donation.
Starting in 2019, a worldwide unique building will be constructed in Berlin, Germany: Jews, Christians and Muslims are planning a joint house that will combine a synagogue, a church and a mosque under one roof. A house of prayer and interdisciplinary teaching. A house for people of different religions to encounter, meet and exchange ideas. We support this unique and important project by providing our platform and services free of charge.
Image: Gertraudenstrasse © Kuehn Malvezzi
Visualisation: Davide Abbo-nacci, Kuehn Malvezzi
Siemens: Headquarters in Munich and Campus Erlangen, Germany
After the completion of the new Siemens headquarters building in Munich, we also support the excellent Campus project in Erlangen. One challenge will be to maintain the overview of the many components over the long period and, already now, to make sure that the data is created, documented and archived in a way that enables a smooth transfer after completion.
Image: Siemens Headquarters Munich © Siemens AG
BPD: Conclude helps create living environments
BPD ranks among the leading project and area developers in Europe and is strongly represented in the Netherlands, France and Germany. Currently, Conclude supports more than 40 projects of bpd Germany. Due to the co-operation with bpd and other developers such as Howoge, Gesobau, Bayerische Hausbau, Dornieden, Frankonia Eurobau we developed special functions that not only support the tenant and buyer management during the planning and construction phase, but also defects and warranty services after completion.
Image: © BPD Immobilienentwicklung GmbH
European Central Bank: Complex projects are our thing
This large and complex project attracted widespread media interest and we were able to support this project right from the beginning. With 1,000 users and more than 2 million documents it is one of the largest projects we have served. Conclude modules used for this project included Documents, Messages and Defects. In addition to managing the sheer volume, it was of utmost importance to meet the ECB’s distinct security requirements – for the benefit of our other financial services customers, such as Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, MEAG, UBS and many Savings Banks.
Image: ECB © Oliver Wendel
Koelnmesse: Balancing many challenges
Koelnmesse set itself the declared aim to become the world’s most attractive inner-city exhibition centre so that it can continue to provide an appropriate setting for trade fairs, events and congresses. Hence, Koelnmesse plans to invest more than €600 million until 2030 in its modernisation called “Koelnmesse 3.0”. The Conclude Platform supports the project in its full size (50 parts and subprojects, respectively), depth (Documents, Messages, Cost Control, Defects, etc.) and length (nearly 15 years).
Image: Koelnmesse © Koelnmesse GmbH
Stadtwerke München GmbH: We also can infrastructure!
Stadtwerke München GmbH first used our platform for the construction of a fire station. Then, tramways, bus terminals and other technical buildings and elements followed. In addition to the exchange of documents and messages, Stadtwerke München GmbH relies on modern construction cost controlling by using the module Cost Control. Currently, we support many further municipal and national infrastructure projects.
Image: Sendlinger Tor © Raupach/Bohn with Ingo Maurer
Fichtner: Unique features for power plant projects
Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG is an expert in constructing power plants around the globe. In addition to many solar and coal-fired power plants in Asia and Africa, we also support Fichtner in managing the world’s largest seawater desalination plant with a construction volume of almost $2 billion in Saudi Arabia. For the power plant projects, we have introduced the Identification System for Power Plants (KKS) that helps identify and label power plant components.