Katrin Mark

Division manager

Katrin Mark, MRICS, is Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. TU and leads the team in real estate management at the Zurich location since 2019. Katrin Mark is an accredited 2000-watt area consultant and has completed CAS Life Cycle Management Real Estate at the ZHAW and Urban Management at CUREM at the University of Zurich. She is an official member of RICS and IFMA Switzerland.

About me

As a senior consultant and team leader in real estate and facility management, I manage interesting real estate projects in all life cycle phases. Due to my interdisciplinary background and my experience in sustainable construction and 2000-watt area development, I have been advising clients since 2011 on the development of lifecycle-oriented sustainability concepts and strategies for real estate projects and their management.


Due to the digital transformation of the real estate industry and the increasing demand for sustainable and valuable real estate operations, I develop solutions for clients in Switzerland and Germany in relation to a wide range of topics related to the real estate life cycle. With a focus on facility management during planning and construction, the development of FM strategies and concepts,as well as the support of outsourcing processes in FM, I practice integral planning at intep.

Education and training

Certificate course Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. (TU Darmstadt, DE)

CAS Life Cycle Management Real Estate (ZHAW)

Urban Management (UZH - CUREM)

Accredited 2000-watt area consultant


  • MRICS Mitglied Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • Mitglied Trägerverein Energiestadt, 2000-Watt-Arealberaterin
  • Mitglied IFMA Schweiz

Expert activities

  • Experte in der RICS Sustainability Working Group Schweiz
  • Mitarbeit beim IFMA Forschungsprojekt BIM2FM
  • Mitarbeit bei der Entwicklung des eines IoT Standards für das Facility Management in der Schweiz



  • INservFM, Frankfurt am Main, 2018: Bedeutung von Nachhaltigkeit im Facility Management; Am Beispiel von 2000-Watt-Arealen in Betrieb.
  • Energie Apéro, Luzern, 2017: Landkarte Standards und Labels – Nachhaltiges Bauen Schweiz
  • 19. brenet Status Seminar, Zürich, 2016: Landkarte Standards und Labels – Nachhaltiges Bauen Schweiz
  • 18. brenet Status Seminar, Zürich, 2014: Analyse der 2000-Watt-Gesellschaftsaspekte im städtebaulichen Planungsprozess
  • SVIT Good Morning FM, Zürich 2019: Standards und Entwicklungen für ein zukunftsfähiges FM
  • RICS Sustainability Event, Zürich 2019: Globale Klimaherausforderungen, politische Massnahmen und Labels
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