The purpose of this master thesis is the implementation of a new technology in housing construction and its challenges. The main focus lies on heating and cooling through thermal-activated ceilings. Thanks to good features of the material cement, including its high heat conductivity and heat storage capacity, the solid ceilings of the load bearing structure represent an ideal storage medium. Due to the capability of heating and cooling during the whole year, a high thermal comfort is guaranteed. In combination with a simple service installation, a thermal heat pump enables an ideal usage of renewable energies. Currently, there is little expertise in implementing thermal component activation in housing construction and operation. This master thesis aims to analyse the system of thermal component activation based on a housing construction project and to identify the required modifications during project development, planning, implementation and utilization phase. The most essential parameters for implementing thermal component activation are compared to two projects with conventional heating systems. For future projects a provided catalogue of measures is a guideline throughout the project development to enable a thermal component activation in housing construction. Processes are outlined to take certain actions and thus minimize illustrated risks. Based on expert interviews, e.g. planer and operator, the level of knowledge and expertise of buildings with thermal activated components in practice was surveyed and analyzed. The practical knowledge is incorporated in this study.