Open space installation MULTIBETON system Edge zone

Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England

Eadmer, a monk who lived during the 12th century, left a record that the Norman Canterbury Cathedral had been built upon the site of a Saxon cathedral - the second largest cathedral in the world exceeded only by St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome. Over the centuries, no one paid any attention to this story since the Saxons were believed only capable of building straw huts or wooden halls at  best - that is until 1993 when a MULTIBETON floor heating system was installed.  After removing the original stone floor, the 12th century legend was found to be true. Moreover, under the Saxon cathedral, which dated back to the 6th century, even older remains were discovered from Roman times.  Construction was started on the Canterbury Cathedral, as we know it today, beginning in the year 1070.

In 1993, the English general contractor MULTIBETON Ltd. installed a MULTIBETON floor heating system in  830 m² of cement floor. Piping was secured to the armouring using cable binders. So-called "Breathing Floors" were used on the Norman foundation which require no vapour seal. The 25 mm mortar bed resting on a layer of sand was again covered with the original 50 mm thick renovated stone slabs.  Room temperatures of 18 °C can be achieved based on a heating capacity of approximately 100 kW.



Hotel Eduardshof
Car repair shop
Restaurant Al Borgo
Restaurant Brasserie
TGV Railway Station
Dover Cruise Terminal
Automobile Sales Möbus
Automobile Sales Knoll
Elektro Stocker
Conti Hotel
Täve's Sporthotel


Baltic Sea School
Philharmonic A. Rubinstein
Seminar building
Castle school
Nursery schools Murkel
Nursery school


Detached house
Urban Mansion
Holiday housing estate
Old people housing facility
Single Family Dwelling
Single Family Dwelling
Villa Cahn
Villa Bonotto
Sporting Club Berlin

Industrial plants

Warehouse Düren
Produktion plant
Bison Beams Factory
Concrete plant
Waste tower
Paint wholesaler
Stocking factory
Motor vehicle facility
Technocentre Renault


Camping site - Sanitary facilities

Office buildings

Administrative Building - Depot
Commercial Building
Dwelling and Commercial Building
Bank BRE
Office Complex Lubicz
Flachglas National Association
Palace of Human Rights

Open spaces

Mastic asphalt entrance
Garage Approach
Private road
Garage Approach
Airport Kloten

Sacral buildings

Ste Victoire, St. Raphael
Canterbury Cathedral
Chester Cathedral
Mausoleum Ste. Janie, Baillou
Pershore Abbey
St. Benedikt church
Southwark Cathedral
Ahmadiyya Mosque Berlin
St. Giles Cathedral
Foyer de charité
Community centre
Kupa synagogue Prague
New Cathedral Evry
Basilica Paray le Monial


Fitness Club Lac Bucarest
Aquapark Tarnowskie Gory
Gymnasium St. Marein
Waasland Tennis Centre
Royal Easter Showground