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The Salvia Group opens its new headquaters in the Buntweberei.

Eislingen/Fils. Plenty of space and light for new ideas and innovations, the new building of the Salvia group of companies has a lot to offer. Since its foundation by Filippo Salvia in 2008, the company has grown steadily. The new building at the new location in the Buntweberei in Eislingen was a logical and decisive step into the future.
After almost two years of construction, the building, which covers 2000 square metres and offers space for 140 employees, is now complete.

The 3-storey building shines with a translucent, open construction with lots of glass. The sizes of the offices are adapted to the needs of the employees.
"With the new administration building, we want to offer an optimal working environment where everyone feels comfortable and enjoys working," explains Salvia. "Our new concept allows our employees to choose their workplace flexibly. In this way, we create a new and easier level of communication for exciting ideas for the future."
The unique feature of the building is the diverse spatial possibilities and workplace offers paired with sophisticated technical solutions in building technology: one highlight is the newly developed LuCas app. In the future, keys will no longer be needed, employees can easily make desk and room bookings, control the building smartly, and have entirely new possibilities in visitor management. "Innovations play an important role for us. Those who are always evolving, opening up to new ideas, and pushing them forward are shaping the future. And we still have a lot planned for the future," says Dirk Jannausch, Managing Director of the Salvia Group.

The new building marks another milestone in the young company's history: "It was my personal vision, but it is also an expression of what our company is all about: built for the future, with state-of-the-art technology and the highest quality. As a native of Eislingen, I consciously chose this location and hope to contribute to strengthening the site with the administration building and the entire area of the Buntweberei," explains Filippo Salvia.