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Nous recherchons une valeur ajoutée utile

La taille de notre entreprise nous confère une souplesse tant dans la durée que sur le plan financier. Cela nous permet de conférer un soin particulier au redéveloppement de nos sites et de contribuer à ce que ces derniers s'intègrent toujours plus à leur environnement avec chaque étape du redéveloppement. 

Nous recherchons les locataires appropriés pour chaque site. Nous leur proposons les bases pour leur développement sur place. Le cas échéant, grâce à notre large offre de sites, nous sommes en mesure d'identifier de nouveaux lieux pour nos locataires.

Plus la valeur ajoutée est utile, et plus la valeur à long terme est sûre.

Nous développons les sites à long terme en intervenant dès l'élaboration des plans d'aménagement du territoire. Très en amont, HIAG recherche le dialogue avec la population locale et avec les services concernés – de la conservation des monuments historiques jusqu'aux autorités chargées de la planification et de la délivrance des permis de construire en passant par la protection de l'environnement et du paysage. À cela vient s'ajouter notre volonté d'être présents sur place du début à la fin des opérations.

Ainsi, nous trouvons la stratégie de redéveloppement qui convient et le business plan porteur sur le long terme. Cette conviction, ainsi que notre large portefeuille de sites industriels, constituent les principaux piliers de notre entreprise.

Strategy and Sustainability

 

Strategy

A combination of income sources

HIAG has many value drivers that work together to generate attractive overall returns for shareholders. Thanks to a diversified and high-quality group of tenants, the property portfolio provides stable and projectable income and therefore ensures the distribution of attractive dividends. The added value from site redevelopment comes from three core disciplines: architecture and planning processes, site and project sales and cost and process control. The added value created by the redevelopment process also expands the collateral value for financing new projects. The company thereby manages to press ahead with further redevelopments in its own portfolio without significant additional capital requirements. HIAG invests in infrastructure where its integration at the site provides an economic or environmental benefit. For that reason, HIAG has five hydroelectric plants in its portfolio and invests in network development and cloud infrastructures.

 

Differentiation through the land bank

The Group disposes of a site portfolio at about 40 locations that stretches over a total surface area of 2.5 million m², 1.6 million m² of which is zoned. In addition to its existing property portfolio, the company currently plans to establish 638’000 m² of additional usable area in roughly 50 redevelopment projects in the short, medium and long-term with an investment potential of approximately CHF 1.8 billion. This large “land bank” together with its impressive track record in site redevelopment, are important distinguishing features for the company. Furthermore, the portfolio provides a broad mix of uses, which, compared with other portfolios, presents a good balance between residential and industrial/commercial use and features a relatively low proportion of office space.

 

Focused organisation and continual process improvement

HIAG directs its strategic focus towards the activities that it considers to be the most intensive value creators in the development process. Core processes such as site acquisition, control of redevelopment processes, approval procedures, portfolio management and sales activities are primarily carried out internally and can be continually improved through a culture of open feedback. Building management is conducted by our own personnel at sites where HIAG deems it important to be close to the object; for example, in the case of redevelopment activities at sites with an industrial background. At the same time, the company also focuses heavily on the opportunities and usability of new technologies when designing uses, as well as in all core processes. Activities that are exposed to stiff competition, that have low margins or which are very work-intensive are outsourced. This includes, for example, architectural and technical planning, construction work and property management for yielding properties.

 

Work environment and employee development

The highly qualified HIAG employees are the architects of the corporate culture, which serves as the basis for individual and overall development paths. Thanks to the flat organisational structure and the generally very high level of specialisation, each employee takes responsibility, makes decisions and is often the direct contact person for his or her field of responsibility. Bearing in mind that every employee contributes to success, HIAG promotes training and further education and discusses possible measures in these fields during individual performance reviews. The open exchange between employees and managers, which is both regular and sporadic, is promoted by HIAG’s culture of values. This culture is characterised by trust, the courage to take initiative and a strong team spirit. HIAG always strives for appropriate work requirements, fair remuneration and an extremely attractive work environment.

 

Good locations in economic areas

HIAG’s sites are very well located. Approximately 92% of the portfolio is located in the economic core regions of Switzerland around Baden/Brugg, Zurich/Zug, in Northwestern Switzerland and Geneva. The scarce land resources in these regions, as well as the recent legally instituted reduction in rezoning of agricultural areas, highlight the need for consolidation and conversion of former industrial sites.

 

Brand and communication strategy

Thanks to the long-term, consistent, value-based actions of our site developers, the company and the HIAG umbrella brand have gained the valuable trust of important local stakeholders such as tenants, residents and municipal authorities. This presence interacts with site and project brands. Site brands persist in the long term and are therefore deployed strategically for their identity-creating dimensions. Project brands, on the other hand, are limited in time and primarily serve sales, but also remain visible as a reference after the completion of a project.

It is important to communicate transparently and consistently about the redevelopment service rendered in order to credibly fill the HIAG brand environment with relevant content. The perception of the HIAG brand environment can be realistically assessed through personal dialogue with stakeholders. The impressions that are gathered are integrated in the decision-making process on the sites’ strategic focus during the Executive Board’s strategy meetings, which take place several times per year.

In 2016, the HIAG Immobilien brand was shortened to HIAG. The visual focus strengthens the brand’s presence with a clear and concise profile. The shorter version corresponds to the way stakeholders use and perceive the brand. HIAG also benefits from its increasing familiarity as a brand that stands for sustainable site redevelopment in Switzerland.

The HIAG brand family grew by one member during the first half of 2016 with the addition of the fully owned subsidiary HIAG Data. HIAG Data has emerged in the form of an independent HIAG brand and symbolises the logical expansion and further development of the business model from site redevelopment towards network connection and cloud infrastructures.


Sustainability

Sustainability: responsible development of space for life in Switzerland

In Switzerland, land is scarce and requires sustainable use in economic, social and environmental terms. As a long-term owner, HIAG is therefore geared towards ensuring the long-term quality of newly created neighbourhoods and the care of its sites, areas and infrastructures. The main challenge is recognising the identity and “soul” of a site and transposing it so that it remains at the heart of the future quarter and results in careful management of space for life.

 

Environmental sustainability: hydroelectric plants, grey energy and photovoltaics

Hydroelectric power

Some of HIAG’s sites are located on rivers that were important energy sources for former industrial operations and can still be used today as renewable energy sources for electricity production. At three sites in the Zurich highlands, in Biberist and in Diesbach, five small hydroelectric plants with a cumulative maximum output of 1’810 kW produced a total of approximately 6’456’935 kWh of electricity. This roughly corresponds to the average annual energy requirements of approximately 1’614 two-person households with four rooms. For the hydroelectric power to be used for electricity production over a long period of time, the hydroelectric plants must always be in a condition that allows them to be operated efficiently. The following “hydroelectric power logbook” shows the supply or electricity production for 2016, as well as incidents that required interventions in 2016.

HIAG’s aim is to use the potential of the hydroelectric plants to the fullest possible extent. However, annual production is strongly dependent on the amount of water that is available. Another important factor is the reliability of the plants, which should be higher in the coming years due to the repair work carried out in 2016. The following table shows an overview of the annual production of all the plants in 2014, 2015 and 2016:

Annual production in kWh

In Aathal (ZH), the hydroelectric issue is important both to the canton and the historic preservation office. Three of the 12 power plants in the hydroelectric power chain that stretches through the region should receive renovation subsidies from the canton in the medium term based on a concept drafted by HIAG. These protected energy sources will therefore be maintained according to historic preservation principles. In the future, HIAG will therefore be able to operate the three hydroelectric plants in Aathal economically and in the long term.

Grey energy and photovoltaics

HIAG is redeveloping protected historic buildings in many places. The use of invested grey building energy contributes to the preservation of historic buildings and their aesthetic vibrancy. The grey energy of the Spinnerei III building shell, for example, amounts to 10’800’000 kWh, which would be enough to heat the renovated building for about 150 years. Also at the Kunzareal site, HIAG built one of the largest photovoltaic facilities in the Windisch-Brugg region on the roof of the recruitment centre. In 2016, the 794 modules with a surface area of about 1’300 m² generated over 177 MWh of electricity. Thanks to this facility, approximately 535 tons of CO2 emissions were avoided as at the end of 2016.

A special feature of the plant is the aerodynamically optimised elevation system, which allows it to blend discreetly into the overall picture of the quarter and become practically invisible. It was jointly developed with Solventure AG and the University of Applied Sciences of North-West Switzerland in Windisch.

Annual yield of photovoltaic installation in MWh

Energy standards

As a site redeveloper, HIAG implements residential projects while paying attention to the compatibility of future residents’ requirements with the careful management of resources. For example, the buildings housing 61 already delivered residential rental units of the Spinnerkönig project and the 29 Feinspinnerei condominiums that were still under construction in 2016 are Minergie standard certified. The 99 condominiums of The Cloud residential project, which were partially delivered in 2016, were also built as per the Minergie standard. The project also boasts a CO2-neutral pellet heating system, for which a specific contract with a Swiss pellet supplier was signed. The HP EMEA headquarters at the Meyrin site in Geneva is also Minergie standard certified.

 

Social sustainability: quality in urban planning and architecture

The living conditions in a quarter are influenced significantly by its level of urban planning and architecture. In order to ensure the high quality of building projects and redevelopment work, HIAG conducts architecture and master plan competitions. In recent years, more than 10 competitions have been conducted. In each case, the jury is composed of external specialists and in-house experts. This process allows HIAG to find answers to complex redevelopment questions. At the same time, the social, economic and environmental potential of the site can be expanded.

Urban planning leads to the holistic consideration of development aspects such as type of use, accessibility to transport systems and landscaping, and ensures optimal functioning of individual projects in the overall context of a site. This ultimately promotes a healthy mix in the quarters, contributing to a favourable social environment.

HIAG redevelops sites at locations that are particularly marked by their industrial past. The “inherited” historic buildings are often protected and must be dealt with carefully during renovation. In order to do this, details must be taken into account that require the special know-how of our employees and service providers. The special flair of the historic buildings will also be put to use in the redevelopment of the Walzmühle site in Frauenfeld, specifically to create unique spatial qualities. The historic preservation authorities were thus consulted when drafting the building permit application for the planned lofts as a part of the first redevelopment phase.

 

Economic sustainability: overview of client needs and the Swiss workplace

A focus on client needs:

HIAG’s clients benefit from an organisation with flat hierarchies and short decision paths. Direct communication with contact persons who have decision-making authority provides fast and reliable answers. HIAG’s clients include public, private and commercial tenants, companies and condominium buyers. From the first contact until the signing of the contract and beyond, they are looked after by our contact persons. Wherever condominiums are sold at a site, the buyers immediately become HIAG’s future neighbours there. Trust-based dialogue with the client is therefore at the forefront of sales activities.


A partner for the Swiss workplace:

Site redevelopment also entails the development of the Swiss workplace. HIAG’s commercial tenants include well-known, major corporations and brands such as ABB, Media Markt, HP Inc., Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and Jeld-Wen. HIAG’s portfolio management fosters close relationships with industrial anchor tenants. This proximity builds understanding and know-how for company-specific requirements. In this respect, HIAG benefits from its own industrial heritage and offers products that suit various uses, and can also be adapted to the tenant’s needs. This is the case in Kleindöttingen (AG), for example, where 11 multifunctional production halls for industrial and commercial use have been built in recent years. Companies and municipalities also benefit from the qualities of the location. Since most of the sites were used industrially in the past, most of them are very well connected. HIAG’s tenants can therefore offer their employees a short commute and good connections to public transport. This allows better use of infrastructures in the municipalities. The project always takes on a special quality when all the parties involved in the redevelopment identify with it. If a suitable range of services is available, HIAG tries to consider local businesses first for site redevelopment; e.g. at the Cloud, a housing complex in Baar. The sites are also managed largely in collaboration with local service providers that implement the philosophy of individual and dialogue-oriented tenant care as HIAG envisions it.

Connections with national and international companies in the IT sector and creative industries are also increasing with the business model of HIAG Data and the implementation of innovative use concepts, such as the co-working workplace with Village Office at the Kunzareal site in Windisch (AG). HIAG’s circle of stakeholders is expanding to include new valuable contacts, promoting the exchange of knowledge and interconnectedness across organisational boundaries. Partnerships with itnetX, Microsoft Switzerland, Safe Swiss Cloud and Noser Health, which is a Noser Engineering brand, have thus been established in 2016.

 

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Vision Aathal

Vision Aathal

Superficie du site: 228'000 m²

Surface utile: 31'000 m²

Responsable: Thorsten Eberle

 

HIAG Immobilien développe progressivement le potentiel des anciens sites de filature à Aathal (ZH) avec leurs terrains attenants. Ainsi, la région toute entière s'en trouve revalorisée. À l'aide d'un plan directeur, une vision urbaine et architecturale pour certaines parties du site ainsi que pour son ensemble est en train de voir le jour. Cette vision constitue la base du dialogue avec les architectes, les autorités et la population. Pour donner à la valeur ajoutée un sens à long terme, chaque étape du redéveloppement constitue la base pour l'étape suivante. Le projet Leuchtturm (maintenant Spinnerei Aathal), au cœur de l'Aathal, constitue le prélude de cette approche. En 2013, les premiers locataires ont aménagé dans le bâtiment transformé et classé.


Kunzareal

Kunzareal

Superficie du site: 48'000 m²

Surface utile: 38'000 m²

Responsable: Alex Römer

 

La Kunzareal à Windisch (AG) fut jadis l'un des plus grands sites de filature en Suisse. Aujourd'hui, il s'agit d'un quartier mixte qui accueille logements et bureaux dans un environnement naturel. Le patrimoine classé apporte le charme unique d'un lieu de mémoire industrielle. Plutôt qu'une construction supplémentaire, une nouvelle place de quartier invite les habitants à s'y attarder et à sympathiser. En plus des qualités sociales du projet, une grande attention a été accordée à l'efficacité énergétique des bâtiments ainsi qu'à l'utilisation d'énergies renouvelables (hydraulique et photovoltaïque). Une pompe à chaleur sur nappe phréatique fournit au site l’énergie de chauffage primaire. Le nouveau quartier fournira un logement à 500 personnes et en emploiera environ 200. 


Industriepark Klingnau/Kleindöttingen

Industriepark Klingnau/Kleindöttingen

Superficie du site: 204'000 m²

Surface utile: 186'000 m²

Responsable: Lukas Fehr

 

Dans la région de Brugg-Zurzach (AG) aussi, HIAG Immobilien écrit un nouveau chapitre de l'histoire industrielle. Après des dizaines d'années de transformation industrielle du bois à Kleindöttingen (rive gauche de l'Aar) et à Klingnau (rive droite de l'Aar), les locataires actuels sont issus de différents secteurs. Depuis de nombreuses années, HIAG Immobilien prend soin de ce site et continue à le développer. Les relations durables avec la commune et avec les locataires industriels y ont sensiblement contribué. Dernièrement, en 2011-2012, le projet Newport avec 13 halles industrielles multifonctions a vu le jour. En plus d'un grand nombre d'autres locataires de renom, ABB Suisse a déjà installé trois de ses activités sur le site de Kleindöttingen et y emploie environ 150 collaborateurs.

Aperçu actuel de nos projets

«Aretshalden», Aathal (ZH)

Appartements en propriété avec vue sur le lac de Pfäffikon.

Projet: meierpartner, Wetzikon

Achevés en 2013

«Aretshalden», Aathal (ZH)
21 logements en propriété


«Camembert», Genf (GE)

30'000 m² d'espaces culturels/locaux commerciaux et 70'000 m² de bureaux.

Projet: XXL Green Project SA

Planification depuis 2013

«Camembert», Genf (GE)
100'000 m² d'espaces culturels, bureaux, locaux commerciaux


«Cham Nord 01», Cham (ZG)

Quartier mixte qui accueille bureaux et logements au Lorzenpark

Projet: Züst, Gübeli, Gambetti

Planification depuis 2013

«Cham Nord 01», Cham (ZG)
Plan d'aménagement urbain


«Floos», Wetzikon (ZH)

Conversion bureaux/ logements/locaux commerciaux.

Projet: moos.giuliani.hermann

Planification depuis 2012

«Floos», Wetzikon (ZH)
4'900 m² d'espaces d'habitation / bureaux / locaux commerciaux


«Feinspinnerei», Windisch (AG)

Vivre au bord du canal

Projet: ARGE Liechti Graf Zumsteg und Osterhage Riesen

Achèvement été 2017

«Feinspinnerei», Windisch (AG)
29 logements en propriété


«Halle Commerciale», Aigle (VD)

Halle commerciale multifonctions

Projet: ris_chabloz, GE

Planification depuis 2013

«Halle Commerciale», Aigle (VD)
2'400 m² d'entrepôts


«Heinrich», Windisch (AG)

Reconversion d'un bâtiment commercial en parking.

Projet: hls Architekten, Zürich

Achèvement été 2017

«Heinrich», Windisch (AG)
Parking


«Innovation Campus», Aesch (BL)

Reconversion de la halle industrielle en site de la recherche médico-technique.

Projet: Christ+Gantenbein, BS

Planification depuis 2014

«Innovation Campus», Aesch (BL)
10'000 m² d'espaces pour la recherche et bureaux


«Jeld-Wen», Bremgarten (AG)

Halles industrielles multifonctions en bois et bureaux exclusifs.

Projet: ARGE BHSF und Janki

Réalisé

«Jeld-Wen», Bremgarten (AG)
5'000 m² de halles industrielles et bureaux


«Spinnerei Aathal», Aathal (ZH)

Reconversion en bureaux, locaux commerciaux et ateliers.

Projet: OOS, Zürich

Achèvement prévu pour 2017

«Spinnerei Aathal», Aathal (ZH)
6'500 m² de bureaux/locaux commerciaux/ateliers


«L'Ile d'épines», St. Maurice (VS)

Halle commerciale multifonctions.

Projet: ris_chabloz, GE

Planification depuis 2011.

«L'Ile d'épines», St. Maurice (VS)
20'000 m² de locaux commerciaux


«Lorzenpark», Cham (ZG)

Réaménagement de 900 m² de bureaux en 7 lofts.

Projet: Lofteroedstojanovic, ZH

Achevés en 2012

«Lorzenpark», Cham (ZG)
7 appartements en location (lofts)


«Masterplanung», Aathal (ZH)

Planification du redéveloppement sur un horizon de 15 à 20 ans.

Projet: Knapkiewicz Fickert, ZH

Planification depuis 2014

«Masterplanung», Aathal (ZH)
Plan d'aménagement urbain


«Newport I», Kleindöttingen (AG)

Halles industrielles multifonctions, constructions en bois.

Projet: Janki AG, Klingnau

Achevés en 2012

«Newport I», Kleindöttingen (AG)
10'000 m² de halles industrielles


«Newport II», Kleindöttingen (AG)

Halles industrielles multifonctions, constructions en bois

Projet: Janki AG, Klingnau

Achevés en 2013

«Newport II», Kleindöttingen (AG)
3'000 m² de halles industrielles


«Papieri Biberist», Biberist (SO)

Planification du redéveloppement sur un horizon de 15 à 20 ans.

Projet: raumbureau, Zürich

Planification depuis 2013

«Papieri Biberist», Biberist (SO)
Plan d'aménagement urbain


«Rote Hallen», Klingnau (AG)

Halles industrielles multifonctions, constructions en bois.

Projet: Janki AG, Klingnau

Achevés en 2013

«Rote Hallen», Klingnau (AG)
2'000 m² de halles industrielles


«Schönau Süd», Wetzikon (ZH)

Logements à proximité de la filature.

Projet: Knapkiewicz Fickert, ZH

Achèvement prévu pour 2017

«Schönau Süd», Wetzikon (ZH)
73 logements en propriété


«Schönau Mitte», Wetzikon (ZH)

Reconversion en lofts, ateliers, espaces culturels et restaurant.

Projet: Meletta Strebel, Zürich

Planification depuis 2012

«Schönau Mitte», Wetzikon (ZH)
4'000 m² de logements/ateliers/espaces culturels


«Schönau Nord», Wetzikon (ZH)

Maisons mitoyennes en bois.

Projet: office haratori, Zürich

Planification depuis 2012

«Schönau Nord», Wetzikon (ZH)
18 maisons mitoyennes


«Shed», Frauenfeld (TG)

8 lofts avec larges surfaces extérieures situés dans les laminoirs.

Projet: Antoniol+Huber+Partner

Achèvement prévu pour 2019

«Shed», Frauenfeld (TG)
8 loft houses


«Spinnerkönig», Windisch (AG)

Ensemble à vocation résidentielle.

Projet: hlsArchitekten, Zürich

Achèvement prévu pour 2014

«Spinnerkönig», Windisch (AG)
61 appartements en location


«Spinnerei III», Windisch (AG)

Lofts livrés en gros-oeuvre dans la filature historique.

Projet: Adrian Streich, Zürich

Achèvement prévu pour 2014

«Spinnerei III», Windisch (AG)
50 lofts en propriété


«Stegbünt», Windisch (AG)

Appartements et maisons mitoyennes.

Projet: archinova, Buchs

Achevés en 2012

«Stegbünt», Windisch (AG)
63 logements en propriété


«The Cloud», Baar (ZG)

Vastes appartements au centre de Zoug.

Projet: vonBallmoos Krucker,ZH

Achèvement prévu pour 2015

«The Cloud», Baar (ZG)
99 logements en propriété


«Verseuse», Vernier (GE)

Locaux commerciaux et bureaux dans un lieu attrayant.

Projet: P. Ambrosetti, GE

Achèvement prévu pour 2017

«Verseuse», Vernier (GE)
8'000 m² de bureaux et locaux commerciaux


«W5», Klingnau (AG)

Halles industrielles multifonctions, constructions en bois

Projet: Janki AG, Klingnau

Achevés en 2009

«W5», Klingnau (AG)
6'000 m² de halles industrielles


«Walzmühlebau», Frauenfeld (TG)

Reconversion des laminoirs historiques en un lieu de vie.

Projet: Antoniol+Huber+Partner

Planification depuis 2013

«Walzmühlebau», Frauenfeld (TG)
habitation


«Zentralbau», Frauenfeld (TG)

Rénovation du Zentralbau, reconversion en bureaux, locaux commerciaux et logements.

Projet: Antoniol+Huber+Partner

Planification depuis 2019

«Zentralbau», Frauenfeld (TG)
Bureaux/locaux commerciaux/logements


Redeveloppement, Arealentwicklung in Genf

Superficie du site: 35'000 m²

«The Hive», Meyrin (GE)
Office, Commerce