The complex in Hrádek nad Nisou was built to measure for the start-up Drylock Technologies. Drylock chose the place itself. The VGP Group bought the land and carried out the construction according to the client's requirements. Drylock had very specific demands on the production facility. The client also required a building with very high operational and cost efficiency and at the same time meeting demanding design and functional parameters with regard to the impact on the natural environment. The first phase with an area of 13,820 m2 was completed in May 2012. The second phase of construction expanded the existing warehouse and production hall by 7,000 m2 and was handed over in October of the same year. So far, the last expansion, which increased the gross leasable area to 39,068 m2, was completed in spring 2014. According to the client's requirements for the least possible impact on the environment, an HVAC system was installed, which includes the use of waste heat from the production hall for heating. In addition, the waste heat from the compressors heats the hot water and rainwater is collected in the underground tank, which is filtered as non-potable water in the toilets after filtration. Energy-saving lighting with automatic control and dimming according to light intensity and data from motion detectors is installed in production, storage and office spaces. The building has been awarded Silver LEED certification, which emphasizes the thermal properties of the building and heating technology designed for maximum energy savings and thus reduce operating costs.