Innsbruck, 10th January 2022 – Since 2021, ATP and its subsidiary redserve have complemented their upstream integration of consulting services at the start of the integrated design process by offering Design Construction Management (DCM) as a downstream extension of the same integrated approach. In doing so, we are reacting to the increasing verticalization of the building process in the direction of design+build requirements. Because: “In future, the entire process of “developing, planning, building, and operating” will be offered as a continuous process by a single provider rather than, as is generally the case today, as separate working steps by a range of different partners,” says a convinced ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer.
With our complete service package DCM, we assume responsibility on behalf of the client for the coordination of the entire design and construction process for both the building and its operating technology. The DCM Contractor acts together with the Leader of the Design Process as the representative and trusted partner of their client, as a result of which they always have the overview. They are responsible for the complete development of the building project – from the first quick check, via development, design, and construction, to the turnkey building. This enables new processes to be implemented and unnecessary interfaces to be avoided, thus massively reducing the likelihood of the errors that such interfaces often create.
In this way, DCM ensures the effective and efficient shaping of processes throughout all phases of the project, leads to smooth workflows, and minimizes waste. Hence, it enables us to take another major step towards a sustainable building industry. As summed up by Christian Grottenthaler, Managing Director of redserve, “DCM allows us to reduce complexity and waste throughout the building process.”