Architecture - Planning - Development Services
Improving quality of life centers on designing, building and maintaining/managing certain infrastructures and sustainable developments. These are the basic tenets of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #11: Sustainable Cities & Communities: declares that “there needs to be a future in which cities provide opportunities for all, with access to basic services, energy, housing, transportation and more.” This is one of our primary objectives and to achieve this, we have strategic collaboration with award-winning experts and practitioners from architectural firms, bankers, engineers, developers, general contractors to property managers, to seek and transfer continued technological advancements in the Built-Environment sector.
Our select list of services include:
- Master Planning & Development – sustainable agriculture/
- Master Planning & Development – sustainable community/
- Master Planning & Development – sustainable housing/estate/cooperative development
- Affordable Housing
- Business/Industrial Parks
- Community/Institutional Facilities
- Cooperative/Military/Work Force Housing
- Housing Estates
- Parking Facilities (Mixed-use)
- Senior/Student Housing and
- Shopping Centers
If your objective is to develop a sustainable housing estate, we can collaborate and help you accomplish your objectives in record time. We will work with you in understanding your particular environment, your design, construction, and delivery objectives to come up with a bespoke design, largely from existing award-winning development tailored to your objectives.
Even if your goals include high-rise structures, we have the capacity to help you achieve your objectives.
Sustainable development does not have to be brand new or big, it could be a re-designed and or retrofitted neighborhood or estate.
Sample Award-winning Development & Why Climate Action Matters:
At Melius, it is all about improving the quality of life index. How can we collaborate?