‘De Bolder’, the boulder-shaped Mammoet van Seumeren head office, was built under controlled conditions in record time. This took place at the Grootint premises, Zwijndrecht. De Kok Staalbouw laid a total of 3,750 m² of ComFlor 100.
Despite a maximum span of 5,7 metres, a slim floor (170 mm) was realised, weighing only 280 kg/m². Next, the vast construction was shipped from Zwijndrecht to Schiedam in its entirety, requiring skill and nerves of steel. In total, the move took three days.
This construction method shows that a ‘Plug & Play’ approach is also possible for complete office buildings, and that construction can take place extremely quickly, even on construction sites that are difficult to reach, near water.