Jebsen Building Products Delivers Fit-out Solutions To Porsche’s Exacting Brand Standards

When Porsche Centre Hong Kong decided to relocate its aftersales services from its existing Kowloon Bay centre to a new, state-of-the-art facility in Hung Hom, Jebsen Building Products was entrusted with the interior fit-out works. 

To begin, the team had to understand the German luxury sports car brand’s precise interior fit-out standards, which are strictly applied to its service centres worldwide. With the Hung Hom facility located by the seafront, the team also had to consider environmental factors like high humidity. 

Working quickly, they put together a customised proposal for the workshop and office areas of the facility. It was challenging to complete delivery, installation and quality checks in just two months but the team’s collective experience and expertise ensured that they passed Porsche’s stringent inspections with flying colours. 

Durability, Delivered 

For the workshop area of the facility, the Jebsen Building Products team coated 6,000sqm of wall and ceiling surfaces with a concrete protection solution. Deflecta Antimicrobial & Multi Sealer was chosen for its proven ability to suppress mould growth even in humid conditions. This helps enhance the lifespan of the wall and ceiling, translating into substantial maintenance cost savings for the customer in the long run. 

Beyond Aesthetics 

For the facility’s office area, the Jebsen Building Products used Exterpark’s hardwood boards in Kurupay, together with a supporting frame from GMS and the Buzon batten kit, to create the decking and a green wall for the roof garden. The patented invisible fastening system provides a visually appealing and a safe, nail-free surface for a comfortable and conducive working space. 

Having successfully completed this project to the customer’s satisfaction, Jebsen Building Products will continue to support Porsche Centre Hong Kong as it expands and enhances its facilities. The team is looking forward to supporting Porsche Centre Hong Kong on its upcoming Kwun Tong and Tuen Mun workshop projects.