SRV is a constructor, property developer, investor and owner.
SRV serves customers in matters such as the choice of construction site, site development, management of land use, specifying space needs, project budgeting and acquiring funding. Capital management is an essential element of project value formation. In addition to its own financing capacity, SRV seeks funding for specific projects from banks, investors, customers and partners. SRV implements developer-contracted housing projects, development projects, and construction projects.
Value creation and companies’ ability to create value have substantially altered as a result of changes in society and the economy. The model can provide an overall picture of the company’s business model, strategy, operations, development outlooks, and other issues that are relevant to our ability to create value over the long term. This value creation model will also show how the company creates value via its operations and how it makes use of the variety of different types of capital in its operating environment in its own value creation process. It paints a realistic image of the company’s interaction models and fundamental risks.
A picture of SRV’s value creation has been built around the SRV Approach. To obtain background information, we interviewed customers, investors, financiers, decision-makers and influencers. Internally, we also considered important types of capital, inputs, the role of value creation in projects, what kind of value SRV creates for stakeholders, society and the environment, and what kind of outputs and impacts result from our business.
The most important types of capital at SRV are human, intangible and social capital – we create value through a variety of different types of expertise. With respect to human capital, the following aspects are particularly important: customer expertise, interaction, design expertise, zoning expertise, management of the supplier pool and management expertise. The major elements of intangible capital are the SRV Approach, the SRV Network Register, references, brand, concepts and operating models. The key areas in social capital are stakeholder relationships with cities, investors and the local environment as well as the employer image and partnerships.