From Monday 4th to Friday 8th November 2019, we will be at BATIMAT fair in Paris, in Hall 6 at the stand L147. We will present the range of our products that significantly improve the efficiency of the construction process, but also help make the built environment more sustainable and resilient.
Our formwork products Geopanel, Geopanel Star, Geotub, and Geotub Panel are designed to be fast and easily installable and demountable by hand, without additional cranes or machinery needed. They are all reusable for more than 100 times. They are also recyclable, which makes them sustainable.
Example projects: Oslo Gardermoen Airport expansion, Palazzo Canova, Manukau shopping center in New Zealand
Our slab product New Nautilus creates lightened slabs, improve seismically more resilient, saving time and concrete volume embedded in slabs for up to 20%.
Example projects: Marmara Tower in Istanbul, Santo Stefano hospital in Italy, Emaar Square Mall in Istanbul
We chose New Elevetor to present during Batimat fair, because this formwork for foundations is widely used in various types of projects like those for residential and industrial buildings, in public squares, or reconstruction projects.
Example projects: Expo 2020 Dubai thematic district, Symbiosis business district in Milan, Renovation of swimming pool in France, Santex Sarego factory
Products for water solutions
New Elevetor Tank is formwork used in creation of concrete underground accumulation tanks, used for rainwater accumulation and possible reuse (ie.for fire protection).
Drening and Drainpanel help create underground basins for rainwater accumulation, infiltration or drainage. They are placeable by hand only, and create flooding protection in case of heavy rains, decreasing flood risk.
Example projects: Craig House in Scotland, MondoJuve Mall in Turin, Allianz Sports hall in Milan, Orio al Serio airport in Bergamo
Sales Manager Europe
BATIMAT 2019 working hours
9:00 – 18:00, Mon 4 Nov
9:00 – 19:00, Tue 5 Nov
9:00 – 19:00, Wed 6 Nov
9:00 – 19:00, Thu 7 Nov
9:00 – 17:00, Fri 8 Nov