In November 2017 we obtained the bid to construct an office-work building for the company Central Puerto, which will be used in the construction of the electric power plant in Terminal 6, Timbúes, in the Province of Santa Fe. Thus, we built in a short time-frame and according to the company’s needs, a modular building using the “turnkey approach”.
The project has a covered area of 360 sq. m built with 20 panel modules linked to each other, placed on concrete bases and with a binding roof whose height generates a large air chamber, which together with the panels injected with polyurethane improves the thermal performance as a whole.
The modular construction was carried out within 60 days, of which 45 days were dedicated to factory production and 15 days for emplacement and assembly.
This building has several workspaces: an open space type office for 16 work stations, a reception, a sector for printers and plotters, an advisory office, a secretarial office, two management offices, and two meeting rooms for 10 to 20 people with projection facilities.
It also has other amenities such as an office kitchenette with table top and sink, under the table top cabinet and a cupboard, a bathroom for women and a men’s bathroom with toilet stalls, urinals and table tops with sinks. Split hot/cold air conditioning equipment was placed on site. The building has two double door entrances and a concrete access staircase. Finally, for its construction were used high performance PVC openings with Double Hermetic Glassing (DVH), blinds, standard electrical installation with LED lighting, including emergency lights, smoke detectors, telephone installation, certified data and racks.
Project Director: María Belén González, Architect