The secret of Deutsche Werkstätten is to think processes through, never losing sight of the desired outcome. In essence, they build from the inside out. Holger Gehl and Jens Kulzinski from Design & Build (D&B) highlight the extensive ‘know-how’ the company has gathered over the years in interior outfitting. With this vast experience behind them, D&B ensures a smooth construction process, from the initial design right through to after-sales activities.
Jens Kulzinski explains, “What makes this ‘one-stop service’ so unique is that Deutsche Werkstätten can draw on the full range of expertise, from the design engineers, cabinet makers, and architects through to the contractor.” By incorporating the different perspectives as early as the planning phase, it is possible to avoid many of the problems more commonly associated with badly managed projects, such as missed deadlines, increased costs and poor quality.
"What makes this ‘one-stop service’ so unique is that Deutsche Werkstätten can draw on the full range of expertise, from the design engineers, cabinet makers, and architects through to the contractor."
“It goes without saying that if you do your own build and fitout, you bear the consequences of the planning phase. The sooner D&B are involved, the better the project will be and the easier it is to organise the best possible process.” The difference between Deutsche Werkstätten and a more traditional general contractor is easy to see; Deutsche Werkstätten focus on quality and client satisfaction, rather than on costs and maximizing profits.