Not as far as we are concerned. The best proof of that may well be the fact that we take objects that have been written off and give them a new lease on life. We do that by combining the solidity of the past with today’s best practices. Focus on the future can also be found in our new construction projects. So when we develop (new) projects, we want a sustainable design that is tested throughout the design phase and modified where necessary. Recognised measuring methods are used to do so. For example, each project is assigned a score in terms of energy, the environment, health, user friendliness and value for the future. By measuring these aspects in the design phase, timely modifications can be made to improve the final results. As a result, the buildings we build consume less energy, emit less CO2 and have a longer economic lifespan.
We work together with partners whose participation helps us to make more sustainable buildings, like the Triodos Bank (“most sustainable bank 2009”).
Aedes cooperates amongst others with: