Peculiarity of this facility is due to impossibility of using the top floor ceiling as a site for erecting partitions and floorings. It is connected with the fact that the reconstructed building is old which makes it impossible to exert loads on the ceiling. In view of this situation it was decided to build upstairs floors using a cantilever suspended method which provides for loading the front and rear walls of the building only.
Another innovative solution applied for making the suspended floor was a decision to use a bridge-type metal substructure and flooring elements, namely KLH adhesive-bonded panels. These panels are made of high-quality timber by gluing at high pressure so as to obtain panels to 120 mm thick, to 16 m long and to 2.5 m wide.