Add-on facade system RP-tec 50-1 installed in new waterpark & spa in Euskirchen, Germany

Since December 2015 the Waterpark & Spa in Euskirchen is inviting for recovery. The planning and execution of the construction of the Waterpark & Spa has been realized by the company Wund. 

The metal working company Dilger Metallbau realized a major part of the curtain wall construction - 5500 m2 with the RP Technik add-on facade system RP-tec 50-1.

The reasons in favor of a steel add-on facade system are obvious: large span width allow more light incidence and transparency. In addition the use of a steel construction gives a higher quality impression.

Architectural highlight of the construction is the giant glass roof with a  200 tons heavy glass cupola that can easily be opened by just pushing a button, so that on warm and sunny days the visitors can enjoy the nice summer days in the open.

600450 Add-on facade system RP-tec 50-1 installed in new waterpark & spa in Euskirchen, Germany
Date: 9 June 2016

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