In the Italian Sant'Orsola mainly berries are cultivated. These are now being stored, packaged and sold under very special BEMO roofs. Due to the different requirements of individual parts of the buildings, different roof structures were used. These were partly adapted to each requirement, e.g. a special anti-drum coating was applied to the "Theater Roof" on the back.
Approximately 20,000 m2 of standing seam roofs, in RAL 7004 and RAL 7022, were produced partly on site and partly in the BEMO factory in Germany.
The project was planned by Margoni Associati Architecture-Engineering based in Trento and the assembly was carried out by Eurocoperture. The opening of Sant'Orsola took place in July 2019.