Façade refurbishment with brilliant white HPC

When asked what is typical for Frankfurt, many think of apple wine, green sauce and the numerous bank buildings that characterize the skyline of the city. One of these high-rise buildings is currently undergoing complete refurbishment and a change of its external appearance – the former Poseidon complex and future headquarters of ING-DiBa. The joint venture Arge Hentschke Bau GmbH and Fiber-Tech Products GmbH were awarded the contract for that task.

The architectural office of Schneider and Schumacher from Frankfurt is in charge of planning the refurbishment of the building and decided to give...

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