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High-rise renovation with flexible BEMO-PRIMO facade

There are many reasons to renovate a high-rise facade. For a high-rise building in Schramberg in the Black Forest, a curved, energetic facade renovation of 3,000 m² was planned as part of the modernisation. The goal: an effective U-value of 0.20 W / m²K as well as the fulfillment of the highest fire protection requirements through the high-rise renovation. The choice was a curtain-ventilated facade made of metal from BEMO.

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BEMO facade system in Markdorf

A well-rounded affair - in Markdorf, Baden-Württemberg, BEMO has clad an office building with a curved BEMO-BOND INVISIO facade. The challenge: the flowing, organic shape of the building envelope. Thanks to the planning services of our team of experts, however, the implementation of facade cladding on monolithic buildings is not a problem.

A curved substructure and the BEMO-INVISIO facade system with curved BEMO-BOND facade composite panels were used to successfully clad the 800m² facade area. The tightest curve radius was 1000mm, making this design exceptionally unique.

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Reinforced Standing Seam Roof for Ski Station With Roof Snow Load

BEMO standing seam roofs are used in all climate zones around the world - including in the Mottolino ski resort in the Italian Alps, where high roof snow loads are normal. The ski resort combines, among other things, conference rooms, co-working spaces, and a restaurant in an area of around 6,000 m². Due to the size of the resort, there is an immense snow load on the roof of the resort. That is why the new main building received a standing seam roof that can carry the heavy snow load on the roof. With the help of precise calculations by the BEMO experts, the building was given an individual roof solution which also fits perfectly into the building's appearance.

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