Project Management: Beneficios y valor añadido

En el último número de Project y Facility Management, publicado por Grupo Vía, aparece un artículo nuestro sobre los beneficios y valor que aporta el project management.

Puesto que en GEASYT apostamos fuertemente por el project management como parte integral de nuestros proyectos, no queremos que nadie deje de leer el artículo, así que aquí lo tenéis. Podéis consultar la revista completa en pdf pinchando aquí.

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Industrial Factory in Vicálvaro, Madrid.

Tomorrow, 28th January, the mayor of Madrid, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, will visit the ‘Factoría Industrial’, an infrastructure aimed at small enterprises in both the industrial and service sectors. GEASYT is in charge of the complex’s Project Management.

Factoria Industrial: Vicalvaro, Madrid.

The premises, situated in the Vicálvaro district in Madrid, has been designed to provide small companies from Madrid with adequate spaces for rent. These spaces have been specifically designed to meet the companies’ needs.

This first industrial factory is divided into 16 industrial premises with an area of 280m2 per space, upgradeable to 370m2. The premises have natural lighting, solar energy systems, restroom, showers, etc.

An annex building has been constructed to contain a conference room, access control point and a parking lot. The premises have been designed in order to provide the companies that install themselves with all sorts of services. ‘Madrid Emprende’ will administer the premises, taking care of maintenance and providing consultancy, educational courses and help with hiring.

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The companies that will be selected to occupy the factory will be chosen on criteria such as research and development or job creation.

Blood Transfusion Centre, Madrid

Property: Madrid Health Service, SER+MAS
Architects: Pilar Alonso, Paloma Huidobro, Miguel Ángel Álvarez
Location: Avenida de la Democracia, Valdebernardo
Project date: 2000
Completion date: January 2003
Work performed: Architecture, structures, engineering and management
Built surface: 12.826 m2

The project presents a wide range of design possibilities, both in building and design.

The program has been developed around a central spine, which by means of glass elements on the deck and interior courtyards, allows for interior lighting.

The building is three floors high, plus a basement that holds the parking lot as well as rooms for storage, etc.

The most important part of the programme is developed on the ground floor, where the main access for donors and workers is situated. Right across the main access one can find the cafeteria and auditorium.

The “blood factory” or Fractionation Laboratory, where blood extracted from donors or received through exterior donations is treated, takes up the central volume of the building.

The building’s backbone also contains the haematology laboratories on the ground and first floor, including offices and support areas associated to them. On the second floor one can find the research laboratories, white rooms, etc.

Administrative offices are situated in the area near the main access on the first floor. Management and direction offices are situated on the second floor.

Mobile units are located on the ground floor, close to the exit into the manoeuvre courtyard.

Office for the Development Institute of Madrid (IMADE)

Property: ARPROMA,Comunidad de Madrid
Location: Calle José Abascal 57, Madrid
Project date: 2000
Completion date: 2001
Works: Architecture, Project Management
Built surface: 2.641 m2

This project provides for the interior of the offices, following the demolition of walls, ceilings, floors and facilities that were studied in the previous project.

Also acting on the walls, keeping the same rhythm of windows in the building while trimming the external front, eliminating the terraces to incorporate them into the surface of the offices.

The only structural measure is the implementation of an internal staircase between the first and second floors.

Refurbishment of Alcalá 31, Madrid

Property: ARPROMA, S.L., Comunidad de Madrid
Authors of the project: TYPSA-GEASYT UTE, Paloma Hidobro de la Torre, Ignacio de las Casas Gómez, José Iñíguez de Ozoño
Location: Alcalá Street 31, Madrid
Project date: 1998
Completion date: January 2000
Works: Architecture, structure, engineering and management
Built surface: 10.892,60 m2
Budget estimation: 10.784.904 €

This is one of the last works of Antonio Palacios, who chose for this set a classic composition system based on the image of the triumphal arch that he widely developed during the Spanish Civil War in the design of projects for the refurbishment the Puerta del Sol.

The construction data is kept in Madrid’s urban development master plan of ‘97, in which the building is listed as a singular one.

The proposed refurbishment of the building, which aims to rescue the original architecture, has been subject to the opinion of the Joint Committee for Cultural Heritage.

The refurbishment of the building in Alcalá 31, as well as the ones in Caballero de Gracia 32 and 34, will turn these buildings into offices for Madrid’s local administration. Ground and first floor will contain open working spaces for customer service, as well as an exhibition hall. Floors two to six will be used as conventional office space.

The basement will hold a conference room with capacity for 90 people, with direct access from the main lobby, as well as storage and rooms for building services.

The second basement will become a parking lot, with the recovery of the lift designed in the first project.

Campos Velázquez Complex, Madrid

Property: Infoinvest
Location: C/ Velázquez, 130 Bis,
Project date: 2006
Completion date: Under construction
Work performed: Engineering and project management
Built surface: 38.900 m2

Campos Velazquez Complex consists of six buildings with an approximate area of 38,900 m2 located in the block between the streets Velázquez, María de Molina, Nunez de Balboa and Pedro de Valdivia, Madrid.

The complex has an underground gallery which links all the buildings and distributes water, electricity, communications and the fire network.

Even though the building has undergone several partial renovations, the complex’s building services present many functional or adaptation problems, specially taking into account that the building is 40 years old and some of these services are out of use (and some are even difficult to identify). Furthermore, both the gallery and the building prove to be very complex to adapt to the current regulation.

The aim is therefore the complete renovation of HVAC, fire protection, electricity and plumbing services; as well as the incorporation of control systems and facilities management, layout of new networks and security upgrades.

Regarding the gallery, the aim is its complete refurbishment, access and security upgrades, as well as the replacement of sewerage collection and withdrawal of obsolete building services.