IsoBouw

Posted by Yusuf on January 21st, 2021 — Posted in News

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Also had already been strengthening the foundations to about 50 percent because of the not sufficient except for eight approved additional load to the exercise of the floor slabs in fire resistance class F90. Problem-solving were lowest mandatory building requirements underlying water entry into the in addition to lower cost short construction time, but also as previously mentioned. The solution had to offer Jan Keizers from Berlin. His concept was the increase in precast construction method. Apartment walls with self-supporting lightweight concrete, prestressed concrete hollow plank ceilings below and above the first level of the increase. The roof deck consists also of prefabricated, large glue wood elements as sheets.

The entire exterior walls in both planes were realized from ultra light IsoBouw C SIPs elements. The HBV system was deployed to the wood-beamed ceilings, F90 plus increase the loading capacity, upgrading. The C-SIPS Aussenwand elements are relatively thin with a wall thickness of 184 mm, nevertheless is a U-value of. 0.22 W / m m K promised. Modern management of Brittany built with IsoBouw C-SIPS Sandwich panels Bannalec, a French town with less than 5,000 inhabitants near the Atlantic coast in the South West of Brittany. We think the fresh fish, the unique baked goods and the harsh climate.

Where there is plenty of freshly caught fish, also food-safe and safe packaging are required. They are made of polystyrene by ISO box/Bannalec and delivered just in time to the fishermen. Of course, the company produces also packaging for the non food range. In the work of Bannalec, currently 60 people are employed of 11 in the administration. Last year, it has decided to tear down the administration building and to build completely new. The requirements were due to verifiable constraints in the form of missing Office workstation, a rapid construction, best insulation for low heating costs for proper heat protection for pleasant working during the summer months.

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