Logistics building in Brunna

8 May 2019

For NSF II Distreal real estate management in Stockholm and contractor NREP Logicenters, Linotol has designed and produced approximately 7,000 sqm entresols and about 18,000 sqm two-part bottom plate. One half is on ground with steel fiber and the other combination reinforced is on cantilevered plate.

-To gain control of the divided twelve casting tapes, we set up a concrete station directly adjacent to the building, which facilitated when quantity adjustments of steel fiber needed to be made and that it is in line with our sustainability thinking when it is practically possible, says Linotol’s construction engineer Elias Edwardsson.

Systembolaget is one of the tenants who have been involved in the planning process to adapt their part of the business in the best possible way.

Linotol thanks the client and entrepreneur for the trust and wishes the tenants good luck with their activities.


Pether Skoglund

Marketing manager

Linotol delivers floor solutions – for commercial, public and industrial use as well as for larger housing projects. It includes new production, repair and maintenance of floors. Linotol operates in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and has offices in Norrköping, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Middelfart, Denmark. The company is the only operator in Scandinavia that works with the whole range of solutions, from floor construction to all types of surface coatings.

Linotol has seven business areas: Concrete flooring & structures, Indoor parking, Design flooring, Seamless flooring, Tiled flooring, Flooring maintenance and Entrance zones. Linotol employs approximately 180 people and expects to sell 550 million SEK in 2018.

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