Bakkersland Aalsmeer


Bakkersland Aalsmeer

Roma Isolatiesystemen helped build the largest bakery in Europe: we fitted 30,000 m² of insulating panels and installed 75 doors at breakneck speed.

In 2016 Roma worked on the new development of an industrial bakery for Bakkersland in Aalsmeer.
A building of 60,000 m² arose on a lot at the Green Park business park. 30,000 m² of the building is rented by Bakkersland.

The big challenge in this project was the scheduling. Roma project manager Gaby Vermeulen: ‘Our intention was to install the ceiling, with a surface area of almost 15,000 m², as quickly as possible. Other construction partners would then be able to proceed with the installation of technical equipment above the ceiling. The cooperation with other construction partners requires flexibility, good judgement and a great deal of consultation. This is not a simple straight box we are talking about, but a bakery. Many construction and electrical and mechanical companies were working at the same time to get the job done rapidly. For main contractor construction company Bouwbedrijf L. van de Ven, the scheduling of the coordination was a priority.’

Insulated construction system ceiling

The technical ceiling, for example, was a big job. Gaby Vermeulen: ‘In the preparatory phase this required good coordination with the client and other parties, in view of the large area and the number of ducts. In the building phase we finished the recesses neatly down to the finest detail. And literally at a high level.’

Large quantities

Roma installed a total of almost 30,000 m² of modular insulated construction system, also for the proving cabinets. The number of industrial doors produced by Roma for the temperature-controlled rooms was almost 75, all manufactured with food care doorframes and reveal finishing. Most of the installed modular insulating panels were of the brand Huurre Iberica. These insulating panels are connected to each other using a ‘cold storage’ tongue and groove joint, and have a polyester paint coating.

Would you like to know more about this project? Please contact Paul Pallandt.
Call +31(0)162-512012 or fill in the contact form.

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