Mercedes-Benz S-Lounge, Berlin

Mercedes-Benz S-Lounge, Berlin

Berlin Germany S-Lounge Floor coating PUR Uni Color Epoxy ST 100 PUR Color Top M Car showroom

In the new S-Lounge of Mercedes-Benz in Salzufer, top advice is offered in a particularly luxurious ambience in order to meet the "First Class" standards of the S-Class in terms of customer service. The new floor coating was also to meet the requirement of looking first-class while still withstanding the stresses and strains of everyday traffic.

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Construction project:
Floor coating
Building type:
Retail trade / sales rooms
Short description
The old flooring had to be removed and levelled with a filler. However, an asphalt floor appeared in the middle under the old flooring. . This had to be removed down to the concrete base to be able to apply the new coating without any problems.
Mercedes Benz
Risto dekorative Natur - Steinfußböden Berlin GmbH
Stefan Kriegel
Site address:
10587 Berlin
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