It will protect the entire surface of 8 buildings with innovative measures of sustainability, environmental protection and energy saving.
Anro will employ about 3,000 tonnes of steel in this project
Tomelloso industries metal Anroha company was hired to take part in the project of construction of the new Campus of training that the Spanish company Iberdrola will raise, in the Madrid village of San Agustín de Guadalix, covering an area of 35,000 square meters and 8 buildings for various uses.
Anro intervention in this project, as prime contractor for its specialty, will be linked especially to the solution posed by the architectural firm awarded, which envisages the construction of a large porch, unique design, which will cover and protect the entire surface of the buildings, whose maximum height will be 26 meters, and which included important measures of sustainability environmental protection and energy saving, as well as landscaped areas to unify and protect the exterior spaces, in line with the strategy of Iberdrola.
In addition to the 3,000 tons of steel that Anro will employ in this complex housing, for a little more than two years that will be linked to the project, the tomellosera company has hired more than 13,000 square meters of the cover, type Kalzip, opaque and perforated, 5,400 square meters of the large central domes of glass and 1,500 square meters of solar collectors and photovoltaic roofs , in addition to the catwalks of maintenance and life of this marquee lines.
The design of the Campus, awarded to the architecture Studio of Alonso Balaguer y Arquitectos Asociados, through the intervention of ARUP engineering, offers high modularity of spaces and functional flexibility for possible new adaptations, as well as the more advanced concepts of sustainability and energy efficiency, applied to the architecture of its buildings with different uses, from training workshops and classrooms, to offices hotel and Convention Center.