The company is adding a new foyer with additional meeting areas. The older buildings at the Helmbrechts-based headquarters will be the main areas undergoing modernization, which will include building a barrier-free entrance, a more inviting foyer and a terrace for visitors.
“Fortunately, Raumedic is continuing to grow. That means that we occasionally run out of space for meetings,” CEO of Raumedic Martin Bayer said.
Raumedic plans to add sound-insulated meeting islands that feature monitors in the second and third floors of the older building, known as the Samarium.
The company is also adding clear structures and glass elements while incorporating natural, recyclable materials like oak wood for mounting elements and natural stone for flooring.
“We are interested not only in a contemporary look, but also in sustainability,” said Stefan Hohberger, who is managing the remodeling project.
Raumedic expects the project to continue into the middle of the year. While the entrance to the Samarium is being worked on, the company has relocated the entry to the newer building until construction has been completed.
The contract manufacturing company’s capabilities in the medtech sector include extrusion, assembly, injection molding and material expertise.