Amager Bakke, an incineration plant with a downhill course, is a modern multi-purpose project. It will serve as an office building and a modern, environmentally sound waste incineration plant that will generate electricity and heat in the process for almost all of Copenhagen. The size of the building is impressive. It measures 200m in length, almost 70m in width and the highest point of the building is about 90m above the ground. The roof of the building is sloped from the highest point to 30m. A downhill course will be built on the roof, because the building will form an artificial hill. The downhill course will continue along a separate ramp and to the terrain level. The smokestack has no foundation and is attached to the building’s tallest wall, adding a few more dozen metres in height. LLENTAB, spol. s r. o. was commissioned to design and supply the coupling of the SIPRAL façade with the roof plane and the entire façade of almost 4,000 sq m, accounting for approximately 10% of all façade areas. SIPRAL is supplying the rest of the casing on its own. The aforesaid 4,000 sq m is situated on the east and south walls where the building height ranges from 30 to 40m. SIPRAL will then provide aluminium boxes, fittingly called the ‘bricks’, for the façade. The bricks cover most of the façades and form an intriguing design element. The technological solutions were a true challenge regarding the number of requirements from both SIPRAL and the Danish investor. Examples include acoustic properties, sufficient structural capacity, and compatibility with SIPRAL façades and the main supporting structure. SIPRAL provided the full range of installation. As LLENTAB façades will cover the part of the building where garbage trucks will arrive and dump waste, the investor placed emphasis on acoustic properties. Casing made of 80 and 120mm thick sandwich panels of mineral wool was chosen to meet the requirements.