Your way to the DGNB certificate
The project lifecycle defines six steps towards your property being awarded the DGNB seal. The DGNB auditor from Müller-BBM will accompany you along the way.
The process begins with the registration of the property with the DGNB. Then, a statement of intent, which is a binding commitment from the owner, is drawn up for the building in coordination with the design team. On this basis, the DGNB will issue the corresponding preliminary certificate that can already be used for marketing purposes. Comprehensive documentation is then compiled by the DGNB auditor based on the DGNB rules and the required proofs during the design and execution phases. Compliance with the DGNB criteria is then verified by the DGNB. The corresponding DGNB seal is awarded once the level of compliance has been determined. The preliminary certificate then loses its validity, but no later than when the building has been completed.
We are happy to discuss with you possible approaches to your project.