A challenge and a fine achievement for a state-of-the-art renovation project.
(Customer: Atelier d’Architecture du Congrès)
Find out how we used the best techniques and materials on a 550m² façade for a long-term, quality solution. We provide professional support from start to finish.
Emblematic building of the 1964 SMEDT & RAMON arc, 41-42 rue des 2 Eglises in Brussels, whose polyester facade elements were to be completely renovated. The project was entrusted to the architectural firm Aac-Hossey, which FINRES SA had the pleasure of assisting from start to finish.
Requirements? A reliable, durable solution that lasts at least 10 years, with a superior finish.
After a thorough analysis of the project, we recommended working with Stoppani-Lechler’s ISOFAN MARINE paint cycle. This system is recommended for the protection and finishing of Mega-Yachts and has been formulated to withstand extreme conditions: very high resistance to UV, water and humidity, abrasion… and offers a high-gloss finish.
Finres SA had the pleasure of following the project from A to Z in collaboration with the various parties involved (the architect’s office and the RENOBOX contractor) so as to be able to offer complete monitoring of the correct implementation of the products. From the system used to protect the surfaces to be treated to the final application, including preparation, repairs and the choice of application types for the various coats. All this for long-term quality results.
It’s always a pleasure to work with fantastic customers and receive such great feedback! :
“FINRES was a constant support in this complex project, both in design and in monitoring execution, and demonstrated great professionalism.” Frédéric Hossey | Architect & Manager – AAC HOSSEY