With over one hundred and ninety years’ experience, Losberger De Boer is one of the leading global providers of temporary and long term structures for the events industry. Over the past year, the team has delivered temporary structures for a variety of large-scale events and projects throughout the UK.
Losberger De Boer provided 65,000 square metres of exhibition space at this year’s Farnborough International Airshow, including three exhibition halls which reached over a kilometre in length.
The team also custom designed an exhibitor space for GE Aviation using its double deck President structure which featured a second-level viewing platform enabling visitors to gain a birds-eye view of a life-size jet engine.
Welcoming over 140,000 visitors, the Floral Marquee at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show was constructed by Losberger De Boer for the sixth consecutive year.
The structure included features specifically designed for the event, such as the patented ventilation grid system which enabled a constant circulation of fresh air throughout the marquee. This helped keep exhibits at their best while maintaining a comfortable indoor climate.
Last summer, Losberger De Boer built the transforMOTION Bosch Pavilion at Somerset House. During the exhibition, visitors explored Bosch’s future transport technologies designed for urban living.
Utilising the company’s curved roof Anova structure, the team constructed 320 square metres of exhibition space and the pavilion used glass panels so visitors could take in the grounds of Somerset House, a seventeenth century building, whilst enjoying the futuristic displays.
As part of the National Trust’s year-long renovation of Belton House in Lincolnshire, the temporary structure specialists built the pop-up Pavilion Café overlooking the historic grounds. Whilst work is underway upgrading the current on-site restaurant located in the stables, the Pavilion Café will minimise business disruption and allow visitors to have their traditional cream tea.
Losberger De Boer, formed after the merger of Losberger and De Boer in 2017, is headquartered in Bad Rappenau, Germany; operates eight production facilities; and twenty sales offices globally. It employs over 1100 staff worldwide and is VCA**/SCC**, ISO 9001-2015 and ISO 14001-2015 certified.