In the development and planning of new buildings and neighbourhoods as well as in renovations, the cost framework sets an economic upper limit on the construction costs. Understandably, many planning decisions are made on the basis of investment costs. The inclusion of follow-up costs and the calculation of life cycle costs is also often difficult, as the cost bases often do not appear reliable.
e7 calculates life cycle costs already in the project initiation phase and accompanies clients in every project phase so they have a sound basis for their investment decisions:
- Budgeting of life cycle costs already on the basis of area programs and desired equipment
- Comparison of different planning concepts (e.g. competition entries, variant studies)
- Optimization of all systems and components including a cost-benefit analysis
- Controlling of all life cycle costs in planning and execution
The focus of e7 is on the comparison of life cycle costs of different energy concepts in order to make sustainable solutions more attractive for the client.
|Holistic assessment and innovative stakeholder involvement process for identification of Positive-Energy-Districts||Austrian Research Promotion Agency (Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH)||2021|
|On the way to Positive Energy Districts in Melk||Austrian Research Promotion Agency (Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH)||2020|
|Life Cycle Cost Assessment for the Renovation of the Indoor Swimming Pool in Leipheim||Pohl ZT GmbH||2020|
|Consultation for the adaptation of the Energy Efficiency Act||Federal Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology||2020|
|Energy concept and life cycle costs for the new construction of a residential building||2019|
|Energy efficiency and demand response in building retrofits||European Commission||2019|
|Energy supply options for the Donaufeld||City of Vienna, Municipal Department 20 - Energy Planning||2015|