Reconstruction in full flow

Following a well-earned vacation, reconstruction of the office building has restarted on Energieweg 2. The structural work was already completed before the holidays, now the plastering, installation of underfloor heating, floor screeding and the installation of all the glazing has started. The contours of the final result are really becoming visible. The entire office renovation needs to be completed by end October, so that the move from the temporary office units to the new office can begin in early November.

The values of Logisticon Water Treatment are clearly visible in the new office design which sustainability and the use of natural elements are key. For example, in Logisticontour no. 23, you were able to read that after the renovation, both the offices and production halls will operate without natural gas. But that is not all. Next to optimal cooling of the buildings, the requirements ventilation are also higher than those prescribed by the building code. This not only results in maximum comfort but, more importantly, in a much healthier indoor environment.

Wood-look natural elements have also been combined with modified moss for the interior design, creating a calm look and comfortable working environment.

Great strides have also been made in the construction of the new production hall, on the outdoor area between Ambachtsweg 34 and Energieweg 2. The foundation is ready and work on the floor insulation and steel bracing will take place in the coming period. After this the steel structure will be erected, followed by the installation of the roof in weeks 38 - 40. The hall will then immediately be fully equipped so that the new space can be used to realise the many beautiful projects that Logisticon is proud to build there for her clients.

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