A person stands in front of a gatehouse

Safe and friendly welcoming of visitors

Contacts with people who do not belong to one’s own company cannot and usually do not want to be avoided. Employees of parcel service providers and forwarding agents as well as other guests are also welcome in “Corona times”.

Roofing with two entrances and a partition wall

Heartfelt encounters

Grandparents, mothers and fathers. Those of them who require support are particularly affected by the Corona crisis – not only in terms of health. For weeks they have been suffering from having to live in isolation. Now the ban on visiting nursing and old people’s homes is being relaxed, simultaneously bringing new challenges with it.

A top down view of a shelter with a green roof

A plus for people and nature

Create real added value for people and nature. Promote your positive and sustainable image in times of climate protection with the design protected Green+ roof greening system from WSM.

A spit guard with a pass-through stands on a reception counter

Despite distance, close to the customer

There will also come a time after the shutdown. Even now, in Germany, selected businesses are being allowed to open their doors to customers. Shop owners are required to implement special hygiene measures.

A room system created in a hall from SmartUnit elements.

Responding to current challenges with the SmartUnit

The corona epidemic will be occupying the economy for a while and poses considerable challenges for authorities, enterprises and private individuals. WSM’s SmartUnit is the solution to some of these dilemmas.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Dettmar from the Technical University of Darmstadt

How our cities can become green again

Since 2001, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Dettmar has been Head of the Department of Design and Open Space Planning at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University (TU) Darmstadt.

Grafik zum AGFS-Kongress 2020

AGFS Congress 2020: Parking as the main issue

Once again, the AGFS (Arbeitsgemeinschaft fußgänger- und fahrrad-freundlicher Städte, Gemeinden und Kreise in NRW) was delighted with a record number of participants: over 700 participants accepted its invitation to the congress in Essen on 27 February.

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