The teamconcept principle: collective success unites

teamconcept establishes a binding partnership that generates trust and guarantees for a continuous optimisation of costs, schedules and quality.

The teamconcept principle: cost certainty through early contribution of all competencies

When all the parties come together at an early stage, a project can be drawn up securely and by mutual agreement. This creates security and presents the opportunity to conjointly keep costs under control.

The teamconcept principle: interfaces without loss of know-how

ZÜBLIN teamconcept connects the required expertise for the project from start to finish. This means optimisation potential does not go undetected and misunderstandings are minimised.

Your teamconcept advantages

Faster, better, cheaper – teamconcept hits the road with the highest construction skills and efficience. The benefits for you:



  • contribution of construction expertise in the preconstruction phase already
  • targeted opportunity and risk management throughout the whole of the project


  • realisation of optimisation potentials throughout the whole of the project

Quality assurance


  • joint definition of goals
  • joint control and management
  • integration of construction partners through competition of expertise


  • reliability in all success-relevant aspects:
    – target construction
    – costs
    – schedules
    – quality
    – HSE
    – sustainability

Best Practice


  • contractually stipulated mechanisms for conflict resolution
  • targeted team building
  • experienced teamconcept professionals
  • stable teams throughout the whole project


  • target- and solution-oriented cooperation
  • the best people for the best result

Tailored solutions throughout the whole of the project

The teamconcept toolkit is diverse and detailed. This means, the most optimal modules can be used in every stage of construction.


  • analysis of requirements
  • profitability analysis
  • search for building plots


(preconstruction phase)

  • planning management
  • calculation, control and optimisation of costs
  • logistics concept
  • contract design
  • design review
  • joint definition of the target construction
  • bill of quantities
  • quotation
  • joint agreements with public authorities
  • time scheduling
  • choosing/hiring of subcontractors


(construction phase)

  • project management
  • quality assurance
  • constructing
  • commissioning
  • joint controlling


  • maintenance
  • revitalisation
  • conversion and extension management
  • facility management