Green Building

A sustainable factory design is characterized by ecological construction. At the same time, it conserves natural resources, uses regenerative energy sources and takes local conditions into account. Thus, the ecological footprint can be significantly reduced.

  • Use of climate-friendly building materials and a compact, climate-optimized design to reduce the energy consumption of the factory buildings and the environmental impact of their operation.

  • Procurement and self-generation of energy from renewable sources for production and logistics processes in the factory.

  • Strategies to reduce the consumption of water and other media.

  • Consideration of sustainability aspects in site selection to reduce environmental effects, e.g. through shorter transport routes or efficient use of existing buildings.


Hans-Georg Scheibe

Hans-Georg Scheibe
Member of the management board
Tel.: +49 89 1215 90-0

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Case Studies

Case Study

A dairy company is continuing its success story with a clear vision: After times of war and factory fires, it is building the most technologically advanced "Future Factory" in its region. With ROI-EFESO, the company is developing a concept for the factory, which is to be built on 70,000 square meters by 2030 - and is combining this planning with a digitization/Industry 4.0 initiative for ongoing production

Case Study

A start-up wants to position itself as one of the highest-volume European heat pump manufacturers within only four years. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, ROI-EFESO develops a production and material flow planning for the construction of the planned Gigafactory and ensures a fast scalability of the production capacities through a Smart Factory concept.