Building the world of tomorrow.
But starting today.

The best material, comprehensive knowledge and the right technology – these are the three factors that will shape your next construction project.

A building up to 100 metres high, consisting mainly of the raw material wood. Systemised and to a high-quality design, standardised and with cost-efficient prefabrication. And erected on site in what was previously an unbelievably quick time. A smart building in which the past, present and future are united in an incomparable way.

Something new has begun. Welcome to Cree.

Whoever works on the future must look ahead.
When we do it, we also look up.

Whoever works on the future must look ahead.

How we live tomorrow largely depends on the way we design and build our buildings. We came to the conclusion that concepts for conventional buildings are in need of radical change. Which is the reason why, years ago, we began to work for the future – and change it.

With the LifeCycle Tower, Cree delivers the groundbreaking technology necessary to build high-rise buildings using system construction methods that are consistently and logically based on the raw material wood. Industrialised process techniques allow whole building components to be prefabricated and then installed on site in the shortest possible time. With this revolutionary system, less becomes more: simplified and standardised steps in manufacture and assembly lead to shorter transport routes, lower costs and undreamt-of, sustainable quality. Out of which a completely new, rational and efficient form of building emerges.

Understanding the world. Developing worthwhile visions, bringing them to fruition and passing them on for the future. Inspiring people and working together to change our ways of thinking.
Building the natural change. Join us on our journey.

NEWS / 08/24/2015

Memmingen opts for timber

Pilot project: Cree starts the age of urban timber building in Upper Swabia

Memmingen/Dornbirn – The Austrian timber construction specialist Cree...

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