When it comes to designing and building an airport, the roof, steel structure and inner ceiling must fulfil different requirements and have their very own challenges. However, even more important is the well-functioning interaction of these building products. While typical requirements on the interior ceiling generally are related to bring well-balanced acoustics and a maintenance-friendly access to the service lines above the ceiling lining, the roof and steel structure have completely different tasks such as structural integrity, thermal insulation, water tightness and in some countries they also have to tackle snow loads.
With the acquisition of parts of the BEMO group that have merged into the metal envelope sector of Lindner Group, Lindner now holds several specialist companies that make it possible to realise roof, insulation, structural steel grid and inner ceiling even in the most challenging shapes and designs as a combined solution avoiding respectively minimising usually upcoming interface problems compared with the traditional method of splitting these works to several different subcontractors.
In addition to the approach of providing premium quality solutions within all Lindner Group divisions, BEMO systems and Lindner Steel & Glass bring in new technologies that can also be used in some interior works and have their strength especially in realising complex shapes on the roof and steel structure. Being able to produce metal cladding elements in various shapes, the innovative roll-forming technologies and methods also help to realise even the most complex organic or free-form shapes for roof and inner-lining.
These mobile factories are housed in containers, can be transported to the site, lifted up with a crane and start production of the roof cladding. The appropriate metal sheet coils might be procured locally to safe transportation costs and avoid the risk of transportation damages as further benefits to this on-site production method.