Property development in Switzerland from initial idea through to finished construction project.

656,734(766,829)

Land reserves, m2

5,259(5,030)

Residential units in development

186(196)

Real estate portfolio, CHF m

50(49)

Headcount, FTE

Key projects

Haus Adeline-Favre, Sulzerareal Winterthur

Implenia, working as total contractor for the Department of Health at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), is developing a six-storey training centre on the Sulzerareal site in Winterthur. Switzerland’s biggest training facility for occupational therapy, physiotherapy, midwifery and nursing is being built in accordance with SIA Energy Efficiency Path 2040 standards. SISKA Heuberger Holding AG has been brought in as an investor on the CHF 100 million project. The new centre will open its doors to students in summer 2020.

Les Rives de la Broye, Payerne

Implenia is building the sustainable “Les Rives de la Broye” project to help meet demand for high-quality housing in the up-and-coming town of Payerne. Developed by Implenia, the complex comprises 19 buildings with a total of 390 apartments and around 500m2 of commercial and retail space, as well as a 220-berth underground car park. The first five buildings, with 144 rental apartments, will be completed in spring 2017 for the UBS (CH) Léman Residential Property Fund “Foncipars”.

Rivus, St. Gallen

The Rivus development will provide attractive, sustainable homes on the site of a former Implenia workshop in the city of St. Gallen. The project, which consists of two spacious four-storey blocks offering a total of 51 condominiums, was developed by Implenia itself. Residents should start moving into their new homes, situated close to the local recreation area,, in spring 2019. The Minergie-standard project is an excellent example of how to repurpose a former industrial site.

Haus Adeline-Favre, Sulzerareal Winterthur

 

 

Development

Segment has an impressive project portfolio

  • Previous year’s record result exceeded again
  • Growth driven by Greater Zurich and Lake Geneva regions
  • Full project pipeline ensures future earnings

The Development Segment, which includes the Group’s real estate project development activities in Switzerland, can look back on another successful year. EBIT rose by 1.9% to CHF 37.0 million, just beating the record level recorded in the previous year (2015: CHF 36.3 million). This result confirms Implenia’s good positioning in project development in Switzerland.

Property development in Switzerland from initial idea through to finished construction project.

656,734(766,829)

Land reserves, m2

5,259(5,030)

Residential units in development

186(196)

Real estate portfolio, CHF m

50(49)

Headcount, FTE

Key projects

Haus Adeline-Favre, Sulzerareal Winterthur

Implenia, working as total contractor for the Department of Health at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), is developing a six-storey training centre on the Sulzerareal site in Winterthur. Switzerland’s biggest training facility for occupational therapy, physiotherapy, midwifery and nursing is being built in accordance with SIA Energy Efficiency Path 2040 standards. SISKA Heuberger Holding AG has been brought in as an investor on the CHF 100 million project. The new centre will open its doors to students in summer 2020.

Les Rives de la Broye, Payerne

Implenia is building the sustainable “Les Rives de la Broye” project to help meet demand for high-quality housing in the up-and-coming town of Payerne. Developed by Implenia, the complex comprises 19 buildings with a total of 390 apartments and around 500m2 of commercial and retail space, as well as a 220-berth underground car park. The first five buildings, with 144 rental apartments, will be completed in spring 2017 for the UBS (CH) Léman Residential Property Fund “Foncipars”.

Rivus, St. Gallen

The Rivus development will provide attractive, sustainable homes on the site of a former Implenia workshop in the city of St. Gallen. The project, which consists of two spacious four-storey blocks offering a total of 51 condominiums, was developed by Implenia itself. Residents should start moving into their new homes, situated close to the local recreation area,, in spring 2019. The Minergie-standard project is an excellent example of how to repurpose a former industrial site.

 

Large-scale projects ensure business

The Development Segment put in an impressive performance in 2016, driven by generally favourable market conditions and, above all, a strong portfolio of self-developed projects. The bulk of development activities was once again concentrated in the key regions of Zurich and the “Arc Lémanique” along Lake Geneva. A full project pipeline, featuring numerous large sites in western Switzerland (Geneva/Lausanne) and the German-speaking part of the country (Winterthur), ensures a healthy future for the segment and creates a major volume of work for the downstream units, Implenia Buildings and Modernisation. With a view to future volumes and earnings, this year the segment will be expanding its range of development services in the direction of service development, co-development and co-investment.

Development Segment’s share of Group’s operational unit results




A leader in real estate project development
In the Development Segment, Implenia brings together its expertise in project development, from initial idea to completed building. As a partner for private and institutional property developers, Implenia develops and realises sustainable property and sites in Switzerland, and can utilise its own very solid land bank. It concentrates especially on housing, health and the ageing population, and has a geographically broad project portfolio with a focus on the strong growth regions of Zurich and Lake Geneva.

Haus Adeline-Favre, Sulzerareal Winterthur