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Office

Working in offices

Many employees spend most of their day with others in office blocks, whether in meeting rooms, individual offices or open-plan spaces. Naturally they want to work in a pleasant and productive atmosphere. In addition, office buildings are always a mirror for corporate culture. These individual requirements make stringent technical and design demands on the quality of the environment. In modern offices and administrative buildings, the aim is that employees should find the optimum conditions for the efficient performance of their work. Room conditions, in particular temperature and humidity, play a key role here.

uponor office buildings productive work environment

Creating a healthy and productive work environment

  • Using radiant heating and cooling systems for a pleasant room temperature
  • High-level comfort and energy efficiency
  • Extremely quiet
  • Can be concealed within the building's structure
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Clean drinking water, anytime

Hygienic drinking water installations are vitally important in buildings where many people congregate. This requires that the pipe network should be in a perfectly hygienic condition, from the delivery point to the tapping point.
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uponor office buildings productive work environment
Installer

Your benefits

Uponor's innovative system solutions cover the entire range of radiant heating and cooling options, as well as installation technology for offices and commercial buildings. Thanks to the wide range of sizes and applications, the modular systems can be combined in countless ways to create complete solutions. Uponor can assist you in all project phases, from planning to on-site installation. Our experts in internal and external service are there for you with practical support and advice.

Facts

  • Proven quality and reliability
  • Complete systems from a single source
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Made-to-measure systems for new-builds and refurbishment projects
Building owner/investor

Your benefits

Our systems use the space within the structure of old and new buildings to install pipelines for transporting cooling and heating water. Ceilings, floors and walls ensure a productive working environment with minimum energy consumption and maximum comfort. If you wish, Uponor and Zent-Frenger Energy Solutions [link] can support you throughout all project phases. Comparatively low investment and maintenance costs make our systems particularly cost-efficient. This way, you can save money during construction and throughout the useful life of your building.

Facts

  • Made-to-measure systems for new-builds and refurbishment projects
  • Low temperature systems
  • Radiant heating/cooling
  • Room temperature control
  • Clean and healthy drinking water all the time
  • Suitable for renewable energy sources
  • Low maintenance and energy costs
Architect/Designer

Your benefits

Uponor's surface heating and cooling systems are invisibly integrated into the building's structure. They thus allow you a high degree of architectural freedom when designing interiors. Our long-life low-temperature systems are ideal for regenerative energy sources. They meet all the conditions currently imposed by many municipal and local authorities for the various sustainability certificates for office buildings. Based on individual customer requirements, Uponor can advise you from the planning phase right up to installation on the building site.

Facts

  • More freedom for your spatial planning
  • Made-to-measure systems for new-builds and refurbishment projects
  • Sustainability certificates for office buildings according to LEED, BREEAM and DGNB
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Extensive services during planning and implementation
Building solutions office

Commercial solutions ENG

Uponor brochure for commercial solutions (english)

Read more about office buildings

Holistic concepts for commercial building

  • Generation
  • Distribution
  • Transmission of energy
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