Record winners

Being the first in a discipline has always been special. The shortest common outdoor running distance is one of the most popular and prestigious events in the sport of athletics. And the Jamaican Usain Bolt shattered all previous records in 2009 with his 9.58 seconds. The event remains memorable to this day. At the same time, we remember everything that stands out as being the highest, the biggest, the strongest, the smallest (the sight of a hummingbird drinking nectar from a flower is one that will never be forgotten), or the firstever.

Astrid Schneider Marketing & Communications Manager, Sika Services
"We have a brain that is sensitive to superlatives and we live in a superlative world. We also build and create superlative things. One example is the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB), which has broken many world records in engineering." Astrid Schneider, Corporate Marketing & Communications Manager

As the world’s longest bridge-tunnel, the HZMB has the longest total span, the longest steel structure, and the longest underwater immersed tunnel. It has broken many world records and been rated by The Guardian as one of the “seven wonders of the modern world.” The HZMB is a huge project with multifarious processes and high-level requirements that involves many challenges and follows rigorous standards in every respect. But there are more records to present.

The GF Victoria Hotel in Tenerife has the most inclined green roofs currently to be found in Europe. This space covers approximately 1,800 m² and comprises three roofs with variable slopes, the average inclination being 40C° (even reaching 48C° in some deck cloths), landscaped terraces with an inclination lower than 10C° of slope and reinforced pits for plantations of increased size.

We also present a very sustainable energy-saving example of record-breaking architecture in the form of the smart Lucia, which has intelligent solar control glass that minimizes, or even eliminates, the need for an air conditioning system, reducing running costs for the building and saving energy.

 

Yours sincerely,

Astrid Schneider
Marketing & Communications Manager
Sika Services AG

Inclined Green Roof With a View

The Sarnafil systems was chosen for its resistance to roots and its long useful life (20 years’ warranty from Sika). The cover was completed with different landscaping systems, chosen according to the slope and vegetation requirements of the garden roofs of GF Victoria hotel.

Learn More About the Sika Subsidiaries of this Edition no. 32

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Smart Building Construcction

Thanks to the modular design, the space can also be easily transformed into a company representation space o an individual's innovative leisure home...more

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Smart

World`s longest bridge tunnel, longestbtotal span, longest steel structure, longest underwater immersed tunnel more

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge has broken many world records in engineering. SMART
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Tunneling

The demand for faster ways to transport people from home to work using trains and subways, shorting distances between cities..more

traffic through tunnel
INTERVIEW
Area Manager

Sika Mexico is poised to continue its growth by offering excellent solutions for the construction industry and its market..more

Gustavo Cuellar, Area Manager of Mexico and Caribbean
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Joint Sealing

Sika NZ became a Sponsor of the Trust and supplied Sika PEF Backing rod and ultiSeal Tape for interior restoration work..more

Antarctic Heritage Trust and High performance sealant to stop roof from leaking. Joint sealing.
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Roofing

The waterproofing, Sarnafil systems was chosen for its resistance to roots and its long useful life "20 years’ warranty from Sika". more

Green roof with single-ply FPO membrane of Sarnafil system installed on GF Victoria Hotel in Tenerife in Spain

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