The Klostergarten restaurant is part of a former monastery complex on the island of Rheinau. The late Gothic-Baroque monastery is one of the highlights of the High Baroque in Switzerland.
The buildings of the monastery island were renovated in three elaborate construction phases. The owner, the Canton of Zurich, wanted to maintain public access to the island. They created an utilisation concept with a music centre, school, museum and restaurant.
During the refurbishment of the restaurant, the building management of the Canton of Zurich turned to GriP Safety Coatings. A corridor with a ramp connects the restaurant's guest room with the toilets and the kitchens, so that the floor should also be accessible for crockery trolleys.
For safety reasons, the ramp had to be equipped with an anti-slip coating. The floor covering made of polished concrete tiles had to be slip-resistant for guests and staff, especially in the ramp inclination, and also be passable with a transport trolley.