Registered in China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (CS-SIP), Gauer Project Management and Consulting Ltd., SIP is a small but very efficient and professional China-German joint venture specializing in project consulting and management in building and construction industry.
Thanks to our expertise and personal background in project management and the deep understanding on technical specifications of both Germany and China, we can skillfully combine the German Standard according to HOAI and DIN with the local Chinese conditions, and hand over our clients the projects in local costand high international standard.
Our local presence since 2001
also translates into an unparalleled advantage
to keep close relationship with the local government
organizations and public facilities providers
such as Power Supply Bureau, Water Supply Company,
Pipe Gas Supplier and so on, we can say proudly
that we are on a position to make our client
free from the numerous paperwork and tiring
approval procedures for project construction
during the stages of project registration, design,
tender, construction implementation and project
examination and acceptance by various authorities.
Our scope of performances is totally according to HOAI - all 9 performing levels, starting from issuing of the complete tender documents up to on time turn-key handing over of the plant to the customer.
Since 2005 prosperous collaboration with MB Design Mario Buchegger, Austria, Graz and since 2010 collaboration with TechnischesBüro - Köstenbauer&Sixl GmbH (TB-KS), engineers for building services and "low energy", Austria, Unterpremstätten. Since 2000 close-partnered: SIAD - Suzhou Industrial Architecture Design - the moulded design office in Suzhou.
Our diligent consulting and management efforts will ensure your project of “early construction, early operation and early return”.
Project 1: New ProductionFacilities and Office of Klöckner Moeller in Suzhou with total construction area of 12000sqm between 1998 and 1999 according to German and International quality standards within 12 months on time, and the project was also awarded the Excellent Project of Suzhou City by the Suzhou Municipal Government.
Project 2: New Factory Building and Office Building of Siemens Electrical Apparatus Ltd., Suzhou with total area of 13000 sqm between May, 2001 and July 2003
Project 3: New Factory Building and Office Building of Endress + Hauser Flotec Ltd., Suzhou (SIP) with total area 4500 sqm between Nov, 2003 and April 2004.
Project 4: New Factory Building, change and renovate Office Building of WIKA Ltd., Suzhou (SND) with total area 4500 m²between Nov, 2004 and April 2005.
Project 5: New Factory and Office Building of Georg Fischer Automotive (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. In Suzhou Industrial Park with total construction area of 11,000 square meter as the Phase One Project, which will began the construction in the early of September 2004 and completed the project at the end of October, 2005.
Project 6: New Factory Building and Office Building of BTWCN (Böhler-Thyssen- Welding) Ltd. In Suzhou Industrial Park with total construction area of 25,000 square meters. The Project started in January 2006 and was finished on Dec. 15th.
Project 7: New Factory (44.000 m², Office (11.000 m²) and Recreation Building (4000m²) Phase II of Suntech in Wuxi with a total construction area of ca. 60.000 m². The design started on Dec. 2005. The client’s demand is, the office building is a Low Energy Building (ZEB). The total Project is a “Green Energy Buildings”, because Suntech is a Solar Panel producer. The pile works started in July and buildings were finished January 2008.
Project 8: New Factory Building and Office Building of PWO (Progress WerkOberkirch AG) in Wuzhong District with total construction area of 5.500 square meters. The Project started in February 2008 and was finished in May 2009.
Project 9: New High-Tec Office Building of WIKA (Pressure and Temperature Measurement) in Suzhou New District with total construction area of 3.600 square meters. The Project started in March 2010 and was finished in September 2011.
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