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New job center building in Unna achieves excellent energy balance, Germany

The challenge:

  • Efficient roof insulation of the new five-storey H-shaped building with a net floor area of 5,700 m2 , focus on ecology and climate resilience
  • Compliance with KFW standard 40 NH (sustainability)
  • Ensure speed and planning reliability when installing roof insulation

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Green inverted roof with a total of 1,350 m2JACKODUR® Plus 300 Standard SF thermal insulation with a thickness of 200 mm and JACKODUR® filter layer WA ensure high energy efficiency
  • Green roof contributes to biodiversity and improves the microclimate in the newly developing urban quarter
  • The simple inverted roof structure ensures permanent impermeability and reliable long-term thermal insulation
  • The flat roof was given a waterproof concrete ceiling (impermeable to water) so that waterproofing membranes were no longer necessary
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Image 4 / 5: Credit: cepezed
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Image 5 / 5: Credit: cepezed
Housing project 't Eemgoed with focus on sustainability and energy neutrality

The challenge:

  • 82 residential units with around 7,500 m2 of roof space in Almere (Netherlands)
  • Improving the microclimate
  • Counteracting land sealing

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Use of the high-performance insulation material JACKODUR® Plus with excellent lambda value
  • Slim construction of the inverted roof thanks to the high insulating performance of JACKODUR® panels
  • Fast processing and safe, single-layer installation up to 320 mm insulation thickness
  • Intensive roof greening for a high quality of living and life
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Image 1 / 2: Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
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Image 2 / 2: Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
Retirement home as a passive building

The challenge:

  •  Insulation of the floor panel with an area of over 400 m²
  • Compliance with the energy standards for the passive building design
  • Ensuring the compatibility of the floor panel insulation with the building envelope

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Floor panel insulation with the JACKODUR® Atlas insulation system in compressive strength 500 kPa
  • Designed as a complete system with dimensionally accurate prefabricated elements for quick installation
  • Uncomplicated connection of the wall structure and thermal insulation of the building envelope
  • Insulation material thickness under the floor panel: 300 mm
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Image 1 / 2: Garrel, Germany
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Image 2 / 2: Garrel, Germany
Office building with unusual floor plan

The challenge:

  • Floor panel insulation for an office building as an octagon (8 corners à 45°)

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Insulation with JACKODUR® Atlas perimeter system design with dimensionally accurate prefabricated edge elements
  • Compressive strength 700 kPa for extreme loads
  • Insulation material thickness under the floor panel: 200 mm
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Forward-looking climate protection planning for office buildings

The challenge:

  • Roof insulation for office tower with 16,800 m² area and residential complex with 77 residential units on 7 floors
  • Compliance with the climate standard prescribed by the city of Mannheim and energy consumption limitation

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Design of the roof structure as an inverted roof with the high-performance insulation material JACKODUR® Plus 300
  • Insulation of 2,500 m² roof area with an insulation material thickness of 200 mm in single-layer installation
  • Gravel layer with concrete slab covering protects against UV radiation and wind suction
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365 days per year winter

The challenge:

  • Roof insulation of the Nordic Center ski hall in Oberstdorf
  • 2,200 m² area
  • Extreme compressive strength and durability of the roof structure, suitable for use as a ski slope

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Inverted roof insulation with JACKODUR® KF 700 for loads of up to 25 tonnes per square metre
  • 220 mm insulation material thickness laid in one layer
  • Intensive greenery
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New parking spaces created

The challenge:

  • Redevelopment of a former logistics site as a residential complex with shopping facilities
  • Insulation of the 6,000 m² roof area of a shopping center for use as a parking deck

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Inverted roof insulation with high compressive strength insulation material JACKODUR® KF 700
  • Insulation material thickness 120 mm
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Image 1 / 2: Würzburg, Germany
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Image 2 / 2: Würzburg, Germany
4-star hotel with green inverted roof

The challenge:

  • Insulating a 2300 m² roof area
  • Reinforced concrete roof with 2% slope
  • Respecting the overall concept of quality and energy efficiency

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 2: Stadthagen, Germany
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Image 2 / 2: Stadthagen, Germany
Floor slab insulation in combination with double-shell masonry

The challenge:

  • Insulating the floor slab of a detached house with facework (double-shell masonry)

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 4: Bazoches sur Guyonne, France
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Image 2 / 4: Bazoches sur Guyonne, France
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Image 3 / 4: Project: © M3 Architectes Luxembourg | photo credit: © BananaRepublicOffice
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Image 4 / 4: Project: © M3 Architectes Luxembourg | photo credit: © BananaRepublicOffice
Extension insulated in record time

The challenge:

  • Insulation and formwork for an extension building with 500m² floor area

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Floor slab insulation with JACKODUR® Atlas in 500 kPa
  • Execution as complete system
  • Insulation thickness under the floor slab: 280mm
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Image 1 / 2: Arçais, France
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Image 2 / 2: Arçais, France
Thermal bridge-free floor slab insulation of a wood passive house.

The challenge:

  • Insulating a floor slab insulation in a residential building in timber frame construction to passive house standard

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Floor slab insulation with JACKODUR® Atlas
  • Execution as complete system
  • Insulation thickness under the floor slab: 240mm
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Image 1 / 4: Steinhagen, Germany
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Image 2 / 4: Steinhagen, Germany
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Image 3 / 4: Steinhagen, Germany
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Image 4 / 4: Steinhagen, Germany
Floor slab insulation of a 1000m² day care center

The challenge:

  • Insulating the floor slab of a day care center with 1000m² floor area and 43 corners
  • Low energy standard

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 2: Burgwald, Germany
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Image 2 / 2: Burgwald, Germany
Floor slab insulation of a Passive House Plus

The challenge:

  • Insulating the floor slab of a new building in the Passive House Plus class
  • Complying with the specified energy standards with positive energy footprint

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Floor slab insulation with the JACKODUR® Atlas System in its thickest version (320mm) with U-value of 0.113 W/(m2K)
  • Executed as a complete system with dimensionally accurate prefabricated elements
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Image 1 / 3: Bielefeld, Germany
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Image 2 / 3: Bielefeld, Germany
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Image 3 / 3: Bielefeld, Germany
Floor slab insulation for a basement den

The challenge:

  • Insulating the floor slab of a detached house with basement

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Exhibition hall with rooftop parking

The challenge:

  • Energy-efficient insulation of a flat roof as rooftop parking

The solution with JACKODUR®:

  • Insulating with the high-performance and extremely pressure-resistant JACKODUR® KF 700
  • Long-lasting safety and protection of waterproofing through insulation
Supermarket roof to be used as a parking area

The challenge:

  • Insulating the flat roof of a supermarket for use as rooftop parking

The solution with JACKODUR®:

Parking deck structure safely and durably insulated

The challenge:

  • Insulating a flat roof for use as drive-on rooftop parking

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 2: Hamburg, Germany
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Image 2 / 2: Hamburg, Germany
Slim roof structure with high energy efficiency

The challenge:

  • Residential complex with 11 three- to four-story buildings and 4000m² of roof area.
  • Flat roof insulation according to EnEv 2014 and KfW 55 standard
  • Respecting the overall sustainable and energy-efficient design of the buildings

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Energy-efficient inverted roof construction

The challenge:

  • Inverted roof construction, area: 650m²
  • Building height: 32m
  • LEED certified

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 2: Photo Credit: Yves Chanoît
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Image 2 / 2: Photo Credit: Yves Chanoît
Insulating a flat roof with gravel layer as ballast

The challenge:

  • Insulating the flat roof of a university building
  • 5cm gravel layer as ballast

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Inverted roof insulation for a passive house

The challenge:

  • Insulating and waterproofing flat roof of a residential building with 300m² area
  • Complying with the passive house standard

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Graveled inverted roof with facade cleaning system

The challenge:

  • Inverted roof construction, area: 3200m²
  • Drive-on system for facade cleaning

The solution with JACKODUR®

Thermal bridge-free basement exterior wall insulation

The challenge:

  • Thermal bridge-free floor slab and basement exterior wall
  • Area of floor slab: 770m²
  • Area of basement exterior wall: 350m²

The solution with JACKODUR®:

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Image 1 / 5: Raon aux Bois, France
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Image 2 / 5: Raon aux Bois, France
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Image 3 / 5: Raon aux Bois, France
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Image 4 / 5: Raon aux Bois, France
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Image 5 / 5: Raon aux Bois, France
Efficiently insulated wood passive house

The challenge:

  • Insulating the floor slab of a detached house as a wood passive house
  • Complying with the specified energy standards

The solution with JACKODUR®.

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Wall leveling in the bathroom

The challenge:

  • Complete bathroom renovation
  • Leveling and sealing uneven walls and floor

The solution with JACKOBOARD®:

  • Waterproof JACKOBOARD® Plano construction boards to level and seal wall and floor surfaces
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Complete bathroom renovation

The challenge:

  • Complete bathroom renovation
  • Leveling and sealing uneven walls and floor
  • Installing a shower with wall niche

The solution with JACKOBOARD®:

  • Waterproof JACKOBOARD® Plano construction boards to level and seal wall and floor surfaces.
  • Installation of a wall niche in the shower area
  • Installation of the JACKOBOARD® Aqua line pro shower element with drainage channel