Real estate architecture

Real estate development at STEM 

BSE GROUP ETS real estate development is the business with the goal of leveraging the value creation for the Group through a diversification of investments supported by an integrated management of a set of assets and projects complementary to the Engineering and Construction or Environment segments, working closely with the Group’s core businesses.

With this strategic vision, BSE GROUP ETS real estate development focuses on its portfolio:

  In a certain sense, the technology is transversal, but the solutions are effective when the technology is calibrated to the application. The best technical and economic compromise, the best design solutions are the result of experience, system choices and component choices. The careful and detailed analysis of the needs of the case of interest defines the user case.

Core needs

  Currently, the strategic lines that guide the definition of the characteristics of a building are aimed at satisfying 4 classes of fundamental needs:

  These classes of basic needs can be translated into 7 performances that measure the quality of the building itself. Transversal aspects common to all the required performances are scalability and modularity, more important the more rapidly the market demands change.


  Connectivity: The building enables its intelligent components to connect providing proper cybersecurity, preventing software vulnerabilities and minimising risks associated with data flow and storage.

  Efficiency: The building optimises the energy consumption and supports the efficient use of resources.

  Total Cost of Ownership: The building gives the transparency of the operating and maintenance costs. Warnings occur before a major fault.

  Sustainability: The building aims to reduce the CO2 footprint of its operation in accordance global standards for people and planet.

  Productivity: The building increases the productivity of employees, sets the right conditions (light, air quality, temperature …) adapting to the occupancy and expected performances.

  Flexibility: The building technology allows it to adapt easily to new usage requirements.

  Well-being: The building technology keeps employees and visitors healthy.