Swiss Federal Building_Berne_Switzerland_Exterior_Day_Case Study_RG_BSEN_RG2_2

Swiss Federal Office for Buildings and Logistics

New build project using RG2 panels

The administrative building of the Federal Office for Buildings and Logistics (FBL) in Berne, Switzerland was completed in 2010. The FBL has responsibility for property management, central procurement of non-durable goods, federal publications and the production of the Swiss passport.

Project details

The Federal Office for Buildings and Logistics building, which is heated entirely by heat pump technology, features 15,592 sq m of our loose laid RG2 bare panel. The easy maintenance flooring system is perfect for use in low occupancy office areas, providing flexible access to under floor services.

RG2 conforms to BSEN Standard 12825 and like all our access floors is FSC® certified.

Owner:
Federal Administration of Switzerland
Location:
Berne, Switzerland
System size:
15,592 sq m
Completion:
2010

Features

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  • 15,592sq m of RG2 Bare Panel flooring panels
  • Single grade flooring system in multiple locations throughout the building
  • Accommodates under floor data cabling, ductwork, gas and electrical pipework and cabling
  • Low noise thanks to good acoustic performance

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