The building’s wall and roof structures were designed and manufactured using fossil fuel-free SSAB steel.
For the 6,000 m2 industrial facility, Ruukki supplied wall and roof sandwich panels, the production of which reduces the impact on the climate. In the production of “green” steel, which is used as facing for sandwich panels, hydrogen and electricity are used instead of fossil fuels (coal and coke). The residual product of such production process is not carbon dioxide, but water.
The EU construction industry aims to achieve climate neutrality by 2045, which requires the widespread use of new materials and products with a low climate impact. SSAB’s green steel will be widely available on the market from 2026, allowing companies in the construction sector to significantly reduce carbon emissions.