Międzynarodowe Centrum Budownictwa Sp. z o.o. • Grójecka 128/51 Street, 02-383 Warsaw, Poland • Phone: +48 (22) 668 84 50 • e-mail: mcb@mcb.pl

Vertical Farming

Vertical Farming

Introducing our vertical farming system, engineered for durability and longevity. Enjoy effortless handling and movement, even in the most challenging configurations

  • Our robust fully welded base design provides maximum stability.
  • Our stainless steel rails and wheel base are designed to withstand the toughest environments.
  • Rigorous testing of 100,000 movements to ensure strength, stability & durability.
  • Bruynzeel SteelGuard® provides:
    • Over three times the corrosion resistance of galvanized steel, ensuring longevity.
    • A self-healing effect which ensures excellent edge protection and protection against scratches.
  • Large wheels for low vibration movement.
  • Effortlessly move heavy loads of up to 35,000 kg with just 10 kg of force.
  • Smooth low profile design. No trip hazard and ADA compliant.

Intelligent security system

Intelligent security system

Thanks to the latest Dynamic II control system, there are many options for securing stored files or secret files. The multifunctionality of the control panel makes it very flexible. For many of our clients, on special request, the racks have been secured with RFID cards. Dynamic II allows you to program access cards with a different frequency range. Their wide range of compatibility creates unlimited possibilities, which means that one card can be used for many units.

World-renowned University of St Andrews chooses Compactus shelving units

World-renowned University of St Andrews chooses Compactus shelving units

Compactus Dynamic II XTR Series shelving has helped renovate the library at the world-renowned University of St Andrews in Scotland. St Andrews Library is one of the largest and oldest academic libraries in the UK. The university was founded in 1413, and the impressive library has a collection of more than one million books, some of which date back to the early 15th century. The mobile shelving supplied is one of the first large-scale projects using environmentally friendly steel. The steel has the lowest CO2 impact available today. It meets sustainability goals!

Like many other universities, the University of St Andrews is struggling with a growing student population and limited space to study and work. St Andrews wants to use its existing buildings and spaces wisely and efficiently to contribute to its sustainability vision of achieving "net zero" by 2035. According to the UN1, buildings account for nearly 40% of annual CO2 emissions worldwide.

By partially relocating the book collection and choosing a library equipped with mobile shelving (instead of conventional static shelving), St Andrews could create 500 new learning spaces. This saved a lot of CO2 emissions, money and time, and solved the need to invest in an expensive new addition. Overall, opting for mobile solutions instead of static ones allows the building to be laid out much more efficiently, by up to 50%.

Warsaw Art Fair

Warsaw Art Fair

It is with great pleasure that we would like to inform you that in the coming days we will participate in the 20th jubilee edition of the Warsaw Art Fair, which will be taking place on November 24-26, 2023 in the EXPO XXI Hall in Warsaw.

From 24.11 - 26.11, we will be presenting our innovative solution for storing works of art by means of pull-out panels and mobile racks with electric and manual drive for individual customers.

For more information, we would like to invite you to our exhibition stand in the EXPO XXI Hall in Warsaw.

Warsaw Home Furniture

Warsaw Home Furniture

It is with great pleasure that we would like to inform you that in the coming days we will participate in the Warsaw Home&Contract business interiors fair in Nadarzyn.

From 07.11 - 10.11 we will be presenting our innovative solution in the field of built-in niches, cellars, wardrobes with mobile shelving units with electric and manual drive for individual customers.

For more information, we invite you to visit our exhibition stand at Ptak Warsaw Expo.

The company must have a company archive

  A company archive is an organizational unit in an office, institution, enterprise or social organization that deals with taking over archival materials (cat. A) and non-archival documentation (cat. B, BE, Bc) that is not needed for current office (activities) and their temporary storage, recording, sharing, missing and transferring materials that deserve permanent storage to the appropriate state archives
   Pursuant to the provisions of the Act of July 14, 1983 on the National Archives Resource and Archives, company archives are established only in those organizational units that produce archival materials (category A files). Under this Act, such units are subject to archival supervision of relevant state archives.
In organizational units that do not produce archival materials, non-archival documentation is stored in file stores. However, the rules governing the storage of files differ from those applicable to plant archives. Company archives in central units and institutions are appointed by the Chief Director of State Archives, while in other units they are appointed by directors of relevant state archives.
The company's archive is aimed at collecting all documentation in the institution (after the storage time specified in the office instructions has elapsed in the appropriate organizational unit), regardless of which archival category it has been classified in. The unique technical documentation has been qualified as archival materials of historical value.
   The company archive has two functions: it relieves individual organizational units from documentation that is no longer needed for current office, but whose mandatory storage has not yet expired, and protects and stores, and if necessary organizes, archival materials that are to be sent after 25 or more years to the state archives.

Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals

Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals

With the ambition of achieving Net Zero status by 2045, we have reached a major milestone of leading the industry in space-saving mobile and stationary shelving systems and becoming climate-neutral for our production and process operations.

By 'own operations', we mean emissions in the 1 and 2 point range, according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. We are eliminating these emissions by exclusively sourcing green electricity from local solar and wind installations and green gas from digestion facilities.

In addition, we will continue with further energy reduction programmes and continuously monitor and manage our energy consumption to ensure that we are using less and less each year.

The largest ever order

The largest ever order

The prestigious project houses more than 7 million British Columbia artifacts and archives. The new Collections and Research Building (CRB) is scheduled to open in 2026. The CRB will house one of Canada's most important historical collections and is set to become a major attraction. Almost half of the total area of 15,000 m² will be equipped.

The current museum, founded in 1886, attracts millions of visitors every year. The value of the project exceeds EUR 18 million, making it one of the largest orders in history. Notably, this project is one of the first to use low carbon steel.

Distributor of Excellence 2022 Award

Distributor of Excellence 2022 Award

We are very pleased to announce that the Międzynarodowe Centrum Budownictwa has won the prestigious Distributor of Excellence 2022 Award from Bruynzeel Storage Systems.

This is a great recognition for us from among the many distributors of Compactus® and Sysco® series shelving around the world. We would like to thank to our partner Bruynzeel Storage System very much for this award.

Mainly, however, we want to thank Our Customers, without whom such a great distinction would not be possible to achieve. We would like to thank you for your trust and the very large number of orders. It is very important to us in the context of completed projects as well as future ones. We hope that the trends set by the previous year will continue, and we will continue to materialize projects for the arrangement of electric and manual sliding racks.

Electrically pull-out panels

Electrically pull-out panels

Międzynarodowe Centrum Budownictwa is very pleased to introduce its new product in the range. Electrically Pull-out Panels have a state-of-the-art sliding system integrated with a control panel built into the housing.

The panels can be moved with a single gentle touch on the operating panel, and even when both of our hands are occupied. All you have to do is put the edge of your hand, your elbow or another part of your body to give the command. It is possible to use an optional auxiliary power supply in the panels, which allows movement despite the lack of electricity in the room.

A soft start and stop function ensures that the contents stay in place while moving. In addition, the panels can have a variety of fillings, from lightweight panels for hanging tiles to mesh for hanging pictures.

Electric Pull-out Panels can be configured in any size. For more technical details, feel free to contact us!