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Engineering and Construction

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Constructive design
The structure is independent in each module. It tries to be as light as possible and at the same time it’s integrated in the constructive conception of the architecture modules.
The courts are generated with the incorporation of 4 profiles UPN 200, like a ring, which each location changes according to the position of the court to obtain the different possibilities of the modules.
The orientation of beams and pillars allows to easily solve the meeting between modules. The support of the building in the land is based on 6 points for each module, in which they support 3 profiles HEB 200 that will distribute the charges of the module uniformly.

Every point of support is formed with a tubular substructure of steel, easily assembly, which rests on 4 points plate of steel (100x100x0,6 cm), which will distribute to the area the charges uniformly.
The whole building has been suitably isolated so that there is minimized the number of thermal bridges along the building. Due to the great quantity of semitransparent surface that has the building, a correct design of windows has become necessary, since they allow to contribute to many light, they also imply a considerable reduction of the thermal isolation.

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Electricity and plumbing

The facilities of electricity and plumbing have been designed respecting the concept of modulation that crosses all the aspects of the building. For that we put several connections between modules so that in future extensions it does not modify the already realized installation. Likewise, the connection systems have been unified to allow that 2 different modules should be electrically compatible.
On the other hand the plumbing installation has been designed in order that the unions are easily connectable. All this effort has allowed to guarantee the versatility that the building needs to permit the modulation.