Protect your mixed-use building and its residents. SIGA products improve the airtightness and windproofness of your building for better comfort and lower operating costs.
In this hybrid construction outside Oslo, the existing shopping mall was demolished and replaced by a new one.
SIGA Wetguard solved a major problem of CLT public buildings: it prevented moisture damage.
While renovating the roof in the Dresden old town, the roofer relied on a reliable & high-quality underlay membrane.
500 new workplaces, 700 new apartments and a budget of 80 million Swiss francs — one of the probably largest urban construction projects in the canton of Fribourg is realized with our products.
After completion of this extraordinary project, De Zalmhaven will be the tallest European building that has a foundation created from prefabricated concrete. In addition, the tower will be the first Dutch building to exceed the height of 200m.
More than 600 apartments, an underground parking garage and a range of commercial facilities are being built in The Hague. The inner walls are made of concrete.
The Minergie® building in Geneva with 19 floors is the new jewel in the city of Geneva.
The world’s largest residential passive house estate is being built 100 kilometres to the south of Beijing.
Local resources, local suppliers and sustainable wood-based materials were the requirements for this 18-storey building in Brumunddal.
A 19-storey tower was erected on a six-storey pedestal directly at the Basel SBB railway station.
The cross-laminated timber aka CLT building in Strasbourg is part of the national French EcoCité programme.
HoHo Wien is the world's first wooden high-rise. The hybrid timber construction building was built with cross laminated timber (CLT).
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Healthy single and multi-family homes outfitted with a building envelope that offers exceptional air and weathertightness guaranteed to last.
A building envelope system proven to protect your commercial projects.
Build passive house to reduce energy requirements and improve occupant comfort for a more sustainable future.
The renovation of building envelopes reduces the need for heat and makes buildings airtight and windtight.