Sustainable Interior Fit-Out at High Tech Campus Villach Thanks to Lindner Group

Sustainable Interior Fit-Out at High Tech Campus Villach Thanks to Lindner Group

(IN BRIEF) The High Tech Campus Villach, a new research and development complex in Austria, is being fitted out with recycled raised floor panels and heated/chilled ceilings from Lindner Group. The campus focuses on microelectronics, mechatronics, sensor tech, and renewable energy, with an emphasis on sustainability. The use of recycled materials in the campus’ interior fit-out is consistent with the vision of a closed-loop economy. By using 1,900 square metres of LOOP PRIME floor panels, Lindner was able to reduce the interior fit-out’s CO2 output by more than 70%. The High Tech Campus Villach is scheduled for completion in 2024.

(PRESS RELEASE) ARNSTORF, Germany, 22-Mar-2023 — /EuropaWire/ —  Lindner Group, Europe’s leading supplier, manufacturer and service provider for the interior fit-out, building envelopes and insulation, has achieved a major milestone in sustainable building practices with the opening of the High Tech Campus Villach, where the company supplied 1,900 square meters of LOOP prime raised floor panels, as well as heated/chilled ceilings and other floor systems installed in the technology laboratory.

The High Tech Campus Villach covers an area of almost 16,000 square meters and offers a space for a total of 500 workstations across four buildings, with specializations in the fields of electronics, microelectronics, mechatronics, and sensor technology, as well as renewable energy, climate protection, and recycling.

Lindner Group’s commitment to sustainability is reflected in the building’s circular economy concept. Instead of a conventional floor system, the company chose to use treated raised floor panels from Lindner, providing a recyclable raised floor that can be adapted flexibly to the respective user, along with modular and dismountable expansion systems where possible.

To create the recyclable raised floor, the LOOP PANELS were removed from an existing building and transported to the Lindner factory in Arnstorf. There, the used floor panels were reconditioned and finally reinstalled in the HTC Villach. The refurbished raised floor has the same technical and physical properties as new NORTEC panels, including all-round edge protection.

With this innovative approach, Lindner was able to save more than 70% CO2 in the interior fit-out of the HTC Villach, and 1,900 square meters of LOOP prime floor panels were awarded the CRADLE TO CRADLE CERTIFIED® Silver certificate, which enhances the quality and economic value of the technology laboratory.

The High Tech Campus Villach will be completed in 2024, but two sections have already been occupied.

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