Like technological performances, cultural working conditions are constantly evolving. They go hand in hand with the higher expectations of the public. Performers, technicians and audiences all appreciate correctly dimensioned spaces, excellent acoustics and technical equipment that live up to the standards of today’s performing arts. This means that the engineers have to think of everything. The design of cultural infrastructure must comply with strict safety and accessibility standards, including fire detection systems, emergency lighting, voice evacuation systems, smoke extraction, video surveillance for access and flow control and more
Comfort, aesthetics and durability
A cultural centre may require modular solutions for multiple uses (conventions, multi-purpose rooms). The projects carried out by BG take into account all aspects relating to the comfort and safety of this type of infrastructure – as well as their thermal performance, technical management and integration in the landscape. After all, culture not only has a positive impact on tourism and the economy, it is also an expression of sustainable development.