Photo source: Arena Žalgirio in Kaunas, Lithuania
The Arena Žalgirio in Kaunas, the second largest city in Lithuania, is a sporting and event facility of national importance.
The foundation stone for this building was laid in 2008. In 2011 shortly before the start of the European Basketball Championship, the arena was officially opened and all the games in the final round were played there. With its 40,000 m2 of floor space, the stadium can hold up to 21,000 people. As it is the home arena of the most successful basketball team in the country, “Žalgiris Kaunas”, basketball matches regularly take place there. The stadium is also a popular location for concerts, trade fairs and other sporting events. Its location is a special feature: the whole area with the stadium, offices, restaurants and the adjacent sports field are on an island in the river Nemunas in the heart of Kaunas.
With around three hundred plan radiators with valves and convectors including radiation shields, Kermi ensures a pleasant climate for all those attending events there.
Photo source: Kermi GmbH
Apart from football, ice-hockey is also a popular sport among the Russian population. This is apparent purely from the fact that there are now six ice stadiums in Moscow now. From April to May 2007, Russia was the venue for the Ice Hockey World Championships. The most up-to-date ice stadium was built in Moscow for this occasion in 2006.
With convectors and steel panel radiators Kermi ensures comfortable warmth in the icy Russian winter.
Photo source: Munich Airport
On April 26, 2017, the satellite terminal at Munich Airport celebrated its first birthday. Over the course of one year, around 74000 flights and more than nine million passengers were handled through the terminal expansion.
The building which represents a joint project between Lufthansa and Munich Airport provides a total floor area of approx. 133700 m². An underground personal transport system – a kind of driverless mini subway – connects the satellite to Terminal 2. This allows passengers to reach the food court and shopping area in almost one minute. There are sixteen shops, seven restaurants and three duty-free areas for air passengers to use, which shortens their waiting time.
Kermi GmbH is represented in the new building with a total of 850 radiators consisting of valve convectors, Profil valve and Verteo-Plan radiators.
Photo source: Fraport AG
Internationally, Fraport AG is one of the leading corporation in the airport business and with Frankfurt airport, operates one of the most important air traffic hubs in the world. As an experienced airport manager, Fraport is working with partners to develop Frankfurt airport to become “Frankfurt Airport City” – an excellent mobility, adventure and property location.
The scope of services provided by Fraport AG not only includes services for all aspects of flying, Fraport is also a competent partner for airport retailing and property development. As a full-service provider in airport management, Fraport AG is active on four continents via shareholdings and subsidiaries. Kermi ensures comfortable warmth with around 1400 steel panel radiators and convectors installed in various areas in Frankfurt airport.
Photo source: Wüstenrot Versicherungs-AG
The Wüstenrot Group is a renowned, central European financial group. In Austria, Croatia, and Slovakia, around 2500 employees are very successfully looking after more than 2.2 million customers with complete solutions from a single source for the areas or saving, finance, provisions and insurance.
While refurbishing the modern office building at Alpenstrasse 61, Salzburg, more than 300 energy-saving therm-x2 Plan radiators with valves in the classy colour of “matt ivory” were installed. The innovative therm-x2 steel panel radiator features properties with regards to saving energy and providing comfort which had not been attained so far. Furthermore, in the rooms with large areas of exterior glazing, Kermi convectors were used. Small, compact, but extremely powerful and with a short heating period, they were integrated perfectly into the interior architecture.
Photo source: HP Alfred-Wegener Institute
The Alfred-Wegener Institute, a Helmholtz centre for polar and marine research is currently having a new Antarctic station built in Bremerhaven, the Neumayer-Station III. This station will be shipped by sea to the Antarctic and is to continue with German polar research for the next 25 – 30 years.
The development patented by the Alfred-Wegener Institute makes it possible to conduct research and live in the same building. Firstly this reduces the journey to work and secondly, the scientific measurements can largely be carried out independently of the weather. The construction even has a garage deck. However, the absolute highlight is a hydraulic lifting device. With this unique construction, the complex can’t sink into the eternal ice, as its predecessor station could. It also prevents the station leaving components in the snow. Even the operational life is decisively increased with this impressive construction.
With numerous convertors, Plan valve, Profile valve and Mediano bathroom radiators, Kermi ensures pleasant temperatures in an icy environment.
Photo source: MGC Modegroßhandelszentrum
The fashion and textile wholesale centre in Vienna is the first certified conversion of an existing property in Austria. Today it essentially consists of office and commercial space (wholesale), and apart from that, in the new building component C, a large attractive entrance lobby as well as additional rental space for fashion and office tenants was created. The MGC fashion park offers commercial resellers a comprehensive range of fashion, accessories, shoes and bags. Supported by an absolutely creative and high quality advertising concept, the outfit industry is offered 20,000 m² of optimal presentation space for their brand representation. A fashionable, exciting atmosphere has been created for specialist fashion retailers to look, place orders and buy the newest international trends.
In the course of the complex modernisation of the existing building originally built in the 1970’s, 1000 steel panel radiators made by Kermi were used.
Photo source: Hauserhof, region Upper Austria
Linz is the regional capital of Upper Austria and with approx. 190,000 inhabitants, the third largest city in Austria after Vienna and Graz. The Hauserhof, named after the Governor Johann Nepomuk Hauser was built in the years 1950 to 1953. In June 2005, construction work on general refurbishment of the Hauserhof was started and was completed in 2007. The renovation of the Hauserhof is another building block in the efforts to modernise the area around the railway station in Linz. As the administration building of the Upper Austrian regional government, the Hauserhof houses approx. 15,000 square metres of office space for various regional authorities.
Approx. 1100 Kermi “therm-x2” energy-saving radiators ensure there is a comfortable level of warmth in the building refurbished using the latest technology.
Photo source: Hotel Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA
The Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA is a top-class golf, SPA and winter sports resort in the glamorous holiday destination Kitzbühel. Amidst the enchanting mountain world of the Alps in Tirol you will find the hotel as a stately home, not far from the “Wilder Kaiser”. Thanks to its special architecture with a facade of natural stone and the typical oriels, little towers, wooden shutters on the windows and covered balconies, the extensive complex fits harmoniously into the environment. The hotel has 104 top-class rooms and 46 top-class suites which are characterised by the Tirolean style while being furnished in a modern and comfortable way. Whether you want to ski, play golf, ride, hike in the mountains or would just like to rest and relax, the hotel offers the perfect environment for this at all times of year.
With around 300 radiators installed, Kermi ensures it is comfortably warm in the Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA in Kitzbühel.
Photo source: Olympiaworld Innsbruck
Innsbruck has already hosted the Winter Olympics twice and is captivating with its breathtaking backdrop of the Alps. Numerous events and leisure activities attract many visitors to the capital of Tirol every year.
The Olympiahalle was designed to be a modern, multi-functional hall and meets the infrastructural and technical requirements for events of all types and sizes: Sport events such as the IIHF ice hockey world championships in 2005, concerts, shows, TV-transmission, congresses and trade fairs find themselves in a perfect environment. The stands will hold up to 8000 people. This hall also has generously dimensioned VIP lounges over 4 floors with a total of 1300 m² floor space.
Kermi is represented in the Olympiahalle Innsbruck with around 170 radiators.
Photo source: Kermi GmbH
Russia has a total of 143 inhabitants. Particularly in the large cities in Russia, it is necessary to save space. The satellite towns are characterised by large tower blocks.
Kermi is represented in the residential complex shown with around 5000 steel panel radiators, thereby ensuring it is kept cosy and warm.
Photo source: Kermi GmbH
This residential complex in Russia is an architectural highlight. These four unique buildings offer homes to thousands of people. The arrangement of these towers is designed to that every resident has an unimpeded view and can fully enjoy the surrounding area.
Kermi is represented in this residential complex shown with around 5000 steel panel radiators, thereby ensuring the residents are kept cosy and warm.