In Bovenkarspel (NL), a new building project consisting of 24 energy-neutral social housing units was completed in a short space of time. An unusual project, because the units were built on the existing foundations. TBE-ZA, a Dutch architectural office from Volendam was responsible for the design, in which they incorporated the innovative ROCKWOOL® Rockzero wall system and Rockpanel facade cladding.
Dismantling and constructing new social housing
Ton Boukens was project manager at De Woonschakel, who commissioned the new building project, and responsible for deconstruction of the old residences and construction of the new residential complex. "The site of the new complex previously housed two-storey apartments from the 1960s consisting of upstairs-downstairs residences with indoor stairs leading to the entrance," says Boukens. "The complex no longer complied with current building regulations. The buildings were poorly insulated, did not meet fire safety requirements and the technical facilities were completely outdated.”
RAL 060 50 30 en RAL 7012 (bevestigd met een lijmsysteem).