Comprehensive consulting services for project development

Project development: Develop real estate and cities in partnership

Cities need good, fast, inexpensive and flexible solutions for the future. We are your partner when it comes to the quick implementation of real estate projects. With our solutions, you can complete a building just one year after the start of the project. And do so with the highest level of quality. We also offer services as part of a so-called Service development. Participation in our project developments and urban development measures within the framework of a joint venture or a project-related collaboration are always possible.

Living in a small space: on a big scale

The average micro-apartment has a size of approx. 20 – 30 m². That makes them perfect for single households, commuters, students and trainees.
Living in a small space is a steadily increasing trend. In times of consumerism, minimalism, sustainability and resource conservation seem to gain in importance more than ever. Proximity to the city centre and cultural diversity usually have a higher priority than the desire for space within your own four walls. Or also the affordability.
Of course, we are also your partner when a project in the area of small apartments can be implemented. We offer convincing solutions.

Micro-apartment Berlin

Shorten project times, lower project costs

Many factors in project development cannot be influenced. The price and location of the land are usually specified, the construction regulations and municipal statutes are usually fixed.
And yet there is another option:

  • We can fall back on standardised modular concepts
  • We can increase the speed of project development
  • We can use the experience of planners and developers that have all this expertise
  • We can question the functionality in the floor plans and leave out superfluous components
  • We can accurately adapt the building equipment to the available budget
  • We can increase the flexibility for future usages by using modular concepts
  • We can make housing spaces available quickly and
  • We can implement the perfect living experience in smaller apartment floor plans.

Advantages of modular construction with SEMODU:

  • modular construction cuts project costs considerably
  • modular construction cuts the construction time by more than half
  • modular construction saves our resources
  • modular construction reduces construction defects considerably
  • modular construction using timber can lead to a CO2-neutral project
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Projekt LEVEL

Location: Leverkusen, Neue Bahnstadt Opladen

Starting point:
In the Opladen district of Leverkusen, a new urban district is being built on around 70 hectares, the “Neue Bahnstadt Opladen”. The impetus for the development was the closure of the railway repair works in 2003. The aim is to create a new urban district with housing estates, educational establishments, offices, retail trade, but also with green and leisure areas. The area of the Neue Bahnstadt is divided into an east and a west side. Here on the west side, directly on the new Europa-Allee, the LEVEL project is being built.

Project LEVEL:
Living and working on a better level. This project is a mixed-use property with a share of more than 80% of the total rental area. In addition, there is a day-care and two office and office offices. Practice areas located in one of the buildings. LEVEL convinces with a high-quality architectural concept and a perfect location that meets every requirement. Modern infrastructure, proximity to major universities and DAX-company Bayer AG as a pharmaceutical company make Opladen a more attractive place. The city district with green areas and playgrounds is ideal for families with children. Here we were able to make full use of our project development expertise.

Total residential area: approx. 4.316 m2
Of which or (that is) publicly funded: approx. 1.300 m2.
Total (number of housing) housing units: 63
Of which or (that is) publicly funded: 18

Residential: approx. 4.316,08 m2
Of which or (that is) publicly funded: approx. 1.300 m2
Corporate Offices/Practices: approx. 472,40 m2
Daycare center: approx. 698,44 m2
Basement/other uses: approx. 469,30 m2
Parking spaces (not for vans or large vehicles): 62

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Olympisches Dorf Projekt in Berlin

Location: Berlin, Elstal

Starting point:
On the former site of the Olympic Village, taking into account the historical context, approximately 180 apartments are built. The park-like area, which is only about 10 minutes away from the 9 km from the city center of Berlin and at the same time the proximity to the nature reserve “Döberitzer Heide” provide good framework conditions for this. In addition, the excellent connection to public transport and the Berlin motorway ring is a perfect base for harmoniously combining life and work.

Project ODE:
12 sustainably and modularly planned point houses with approx. 180 apartments will create space and living space for couples, singles but also for families. The project has recently been successfully sold to a strategic investor.

Plot area: 16.291 m2
Outdoor area: 11.404 m2
Gross floor area: 16.291 m2
Rental area 14.489 m2
Space efficiency: 81.5 %

Projekt Neubulach Dorf im Dorf

Location: Neubulach

Starting point:
The city of Neubulach with its 5,600 inhabitants is conveniently located to the economic regions of Stuttgart, Böblingen, Sindelfingen and Pforzheim. In Neubulach, industrial and production companies as well as craft and service companies are represented. The city offers everything you need for everyday life. Particularly noteworthy are the city centre with its many half-timbered houses, the visitor mine with a healing tunnel and the Black Forest. On the one hand, the character of the city centre should be preserved and on the other hand, a way of living and living for vital and needy older people should be created.

Project Dorf im Dorf:
The aim is to realize the village within the village as a communal housing project. Around a square with a village lime, a fountain and a café, which is also used as an event room, four houses are grouped. The spatial rhythm of the historical street spaces with their narrowing and expansions forms the basis of the architectural concept. All apartments are barrier-free and have their own access addresses. The latter also to strengthen the independence and personal sense of home of the older residents. As a counterpoint and unifying element, the continuous and connected verandas serve as a continuous counterpoint, allowing residents to communicate with their neighbours in short distances.

 Am grünen Anger Project

Location: Wernau/Neckar

Starting point:
In Wernau am Neckar, a future-oriented, flexible new residential quarter is to be created with a socially mixed resident structure with age-appropriate living, a focus on family living and other forms of living. At least 20 % each of subsidised or rent-reduced apartments are to be provided for age-appropriate housing, family apartments and other types of housing. In addition, the new quarter is to be characterised by a high design quality with regard to architecture, housing and also the way in which the interweaving of green spaces and Landscape space with the urban formulation of the settlement edge distinguish.

Project: Am grünen Anger
Together with the architects Kränzle, Fischer-Wasels and the developer “die Mehrwertbauer”, SEMODU developed a concept for age-appropriate and barrier-free living based on serial/modular construction. With this approach, the urban planning specifications were completely fulfilled and at the same time the architectural, design framework for the project “am grünen Anger” was established – and the competition that was held was won. The project responds to the urban development framework plan with its clear building volume and connects the new quarter with varied spatial sequences and path networks. There are two atmospheric residential courtyards with different themes and high quality of stay, the active courtyard and the contemplative quiet courtyard. The project offers different housing typologies for a variety of living situations and enables a good social mix. This concept convinced the jury and will inspire the future residents.

Total residential area: 7.308 m²
Of which publicly funded: approx. 1059 m²
Total (number of housing) housing units: 115 WE
Of which or (that is) publicly funded: 18 Wohnungen
Residential: 83 Wohnungen + 5 Cluster Wohnungen
of which rent-reduced apartments: 15 Wohnungen



Ten days for a clinic for 1000 patients – what is a reality in China is up to now only a dream of the future in Germany. However, it is precisely this degree of efficiency and quick action that is needed when it comes to getting a pandemic under control. In order to be able to treat a large and rapidly increasing number of sick people, capacities must be increased rapidly.

We faced this challenge and, with the help of experienced intensive care physicians, we have developed two concepts for clinics, both for moderately and severely ill patients, which took both the needs of patients and staff into account: this modular micro-clinic can be set up on site in just a few days. The modular design makes it possible to combine rooms in different ways and thus to react to the most varied situations. This is particularly important in a hospital, where entrances, exits, patients, staff and material disposal must be organised.

The first clinic concept offers space for 36 patients and 20 people on the staff side and is therefore specially designed for the treatment of the coronavirus but can be expanded if necessary. The rooms are organised in such a way that the paths of patients, staff and material do not cross unnecessarily. The patients arrive from the south, via the entrance area, directly into the shock rooms, from where they are brought to the sides into the patient rooms after initial treatment. There are rooms for the storage and disposal of material directly opposite the shock rooms. The supply takes place centrally, which minimises walking distances within the clinic and therefore valuable minutes can be saved. This is particularly important for waste, so that it can be transported as quickly as possible and without much contact. All rooms offer enough space for beds and equipment as well as a washbasin and disinfection area. Cleanliness is particularly important with infectious diseases, which is why there are washbasins and disinfection areas in the hallways.

The situation is similar in the second concept. Since it is intended for twenty seriously ill people and 10 people on the hospital side, patients are brought directly to their rooms via the entrance.

Both concepts are not only designed for the current COVID-19 pandemic but can also be used as emergency clinics for all crisis situations worldwide and, thanks to the modular design and serial prefabrication, they can be dismantled, converted or reused at another location after their use.

Micro-clinic Covid-19 vorbeugende Maßnahmen