For the first news post of the year, we were inspired by January’s name origin. The month was named after the Roman god Janus, who represented time and was frequently illustrated with two faces, one looking back and the other staring straight ahead. As he symbolized change and transitions such as the progress of past to future and from one condition to another, we took the time during the holidays to reflect and to set our intentions for 2022.

At the beginning of last year, no one could have imagined that 2021 would bring even more change and unpredictability. We are very thankful that despite all the setbacks and changes in the atmosphere and work processes, we started working on several new projects – in England, Switzerland and Italy – and everyone continued being passionate, meticulous and supportive to one another.

For 2022, although we are still going to have the comings and goings of COVID, as it seems, we hope we’ll have fundamentally less change. It will be a year dominated being on site and seeing more projects being completed and we are aiming in reviewing our processes and building on the foundations of everything we have put in place last year.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year from all of us!