Examples are cranes and staircase systems

Installed equipment and fixtures form an essential part of a well-executed newly erected hall construction: examples are cranes and staircase systems, canopies and roof superstructures. PEM plans and realizes these services together with a great number of partner companies which are innovative and quality-conscious. The many components must match with the hall under construction and are to be adjusted with regard to one another to meet the requirements of building physics, fire safety and function.

Skylight Strips/Skylight Domes

Natural lighting through the roof's surface is the most effective way to lead daylight into the hall. A continuous light strip on the roof, running along the ridge or from the ridge down to the eaves is one effective way. The light strip can be fitted with aeration and smoke vent flaps for diurnal venting. As an alternative or as an amendment to the above, light domes can be fitted to lighten selective hall areas. They can also be fitted with smoke vent flaps which possess ventilation function.

Doors and Gates

Size and type of hall gates and doors depend on factors such as frequency of use, space available, fire safety requirements or lighting needs. On the basis of these factors we plan for the optimum design, whether it is a sectional gate, a rolling shutter, speed gate or a fire safety door.


Manufacturers of windows and wall strip windows offer a variety of materials, appearances and functions. There is a range of types available such as poly-carbonate glazing, plastic or aluminium window frames or mullion & transom designs for large-scale glazing. There are also wall strip windows with clear glazing, Profilit™ glazing, polycarbonate glazing to be had.