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Between the bank of the Salzach and the fortress Hohensalzburg lies the judicial building Salzburg. The magnificent building from the imperial era houses one of the largest provincial courts in Austria. After 1970, the building was extended for the first time by an annex in the courtyard. Two of the cell arches that were created at that time, as well as a further extension, have now been replaced by a Y-shaped, open new building, which connects the historic existing buildings and provides much transparency with lots of wood and glass. The historic, listed part of the Justice building has undergone a complex refurbishment, which at the same time considered monument protection, fire, smoke and sound insulation as well as a special safety concept.
Lindner in cooperation with the Austrian subsidiary Lindner GmbH realised extensive interior fit-out works on behalf of the Austrian Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft m.b.H. Classic drywall work on walls and ceilings, acoustically optimized fire protection coverings on ceilings and wooden girders in the roof truss, furniture integrated in the walls as well as hollow and raised floor systems, eg. FLOOR and more® and FLOOR and more® hydro have been installed. Lindner also produced custom doors, e. g. with assisted operatoin, special locking techniques, locking latch locks as well as fire, smoke and sound insulation. In addition, some doors have been built after the historical model and some historical elements have been restored by a specialized carpentry business.