- Building Type : Office building < 28m
- Construction Year : 2014
- Delivery year : 2014
- Address 1 - street : 15173 A CORUñA, España
- Climate zone : [Csb] Coastal Mediterranean - Mild with cool, dry summer.
- Net Floor Area : 5 902 m2
- Construction/refurbishment cost : 2 978 267 €
- Cost/m2 : 504.62 €/m2
Primary energy need :
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The headquarters building Disashop in Oleiros, A Coruña, has 7590 m2 built on a of 2627 m2 exclusive plot. Inside the building, there are 100 professionals currently working in the telecommunications sector. The design criteria of the new corporate headquarters Disashop are based on the specifications given by the customer, in compliance with its needs program, and previous experience in the use of the various solutions in other works by the designer. According to these premises, the building design is done by ecodesign strategies in order to improve the environmental aspects of the project and maintain a healthy and comfortable indoor environment for users. The Disashop Headquarters building is in possession of the Leed Platinum certificate by USGBCI.
As for the the overall aesthetics of the building, an industrial aesthetic reigns with elements of exposed concrete and exposed installations. The palette of colors included gray, black and white.
The building consists of three floors above ground, where the main activity of the company is developed, and two underground floors for parking.
THE SPACES. The conditions for designing spaces favour open and collaborative work. The company activity is concentrated in a single workspace to promote communication between departments and improve alignment in commercial and general objectives. Offices and multipurpose rooms are integrated into the set with large glazed surfaces that allow visual continuity within the plant and, in conjunction with exterior carpentry.
The 2nd floor of the building has a spacious dining area and more than 1200 m2 of terraces that allow decongestion and resting space for the workers.
The two basement of the building are intended for parking and technical rooms and also some house facilities.
3rd part certified
DesignerDISASHOP INMUEBLES: Eusebio Pérez Iglesias - Arquitecto | Yvonne Asorey Varela - Colaboradora y CxA certificado Leed| Jaime García García - Colaborador Eusebio Pérez Iglesias - T. +34 690 632 379 - [email protected]
DesignerMAGARAL INGENIERIA Manuel García Álvarez - T. +34 981 168 105 - [email protected]
ContractorFERROVIAL AGROMAN SA
Owner approach of sustainability
This project represents a strategic investment for the company resulting in an unquestionable improvement of working conditions for their employees, as well as the service that Disashop offers to customers . The company is able to reach the different goals set at the origin of the project through its new facilities, such as: - Location of activity in a separate exclusive building, eliminating any external interference. - Location in a predominantly residential environment surrounded by greenery, with easy access and no noise or disturbance of the environment. - Near the city of A Coruna, facilitating the movement to a large group of employees. In this case, the building is located at the heart of the residences of most employees and is well connected by public transport. - A significant reduction in recurrent costs such as supplies (electricity, air conditioning ...), maintenance, communications, etc. through the use of renewable energy and highly efficient facilities. - It has a corporate character building face to have the best image to its suppliers and customers and consolidate its international expansion.
At the beggining there was a non-exclusive building easily accessible for the development of the work. The structural system of the building is based on solid slabs, beams, columns and basement walls of reinforced concrete, the facade is solved by a ventilated facade system with aluminum composite panel on metal frame anchored to the slab edges and factory brick. This system allows to dismantle the facade panels in a simple way both for their replacement, and to access the hidden installations behind it .. For the covers, a landscaping system has been used in combination with transited covers so that the heat island effect can be reduced: -Terrace garden as a continuation of the work surfaces. For this, the landscaped surface rises to a height of 75 cm inside to match the height of the work surfaces. -Walkable Terrace with concrete pavement and polished surface finish. The ceilings are left bare with facilities views whenever possible. In offices and meeting rooms a false ceiling plasterboard will help to improve the acoustic performance. - Workspaces are design to have the highest level of natural light and views to the outside, to improve working conditions comfort of building users. To do so, exterior carpentry with large gaps for the use of natural lighting and enhancement of the views are configured. Carpentries are selected with the lower profile section allowing large glazed areas to the outside. All glasses have to use acoustic behavior and in the required areas, solar control and low emissivity. It is intended to highlight these gaps by frames made with the same facade material in black as carpentry and surpassing them the front line about 10 cm. The windows inner beams are placed to mark the depth. The interior woodwork is white lacquered wood with stainless steel handles with satin finish. The floors are concrete on insulation layer and slab of reinforced concrete. In areas of multiple uses and offices a system of underfloor heating-cooling fan-coils reinforced available. In the operational area the accessibility to electrical and telecommunications installations are to be highlighted, housed in gutters on the pavement. For interior partitions, double or single partitions plasterboard on galvanized steel profiles with mineral wool insulation, and transparent screens anodized aluminum profile with laminar double glazing, which presents an excellent acoustic behavior are used.
- 66,20 kWhpe/m2.year
- 316,60 kWhpe/m2.year
- 26,90 kWhfe/m2.year
- 0,30 W.m-2.K-1
- Geothermal heat pump
- Low temperature floor heating
- VAV System
- Heat pump
- Geothermal heat pump
- VAV Syst. (Variable Air Volume system)
- Floor cooling
- Chilled Beam
- humidity sensitive Air Handling Unit (hygro A
- Double flow heat exchanger
- Solar photovoltaic
- Heat pump (geothermal)
- 5,00 %
- 16,50 KgCO2/m2/year
- 222,65 m3
Indoor Air quality
Health & Comfort
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Aménagement extérieurs / VRD, assainissement
Photovoltaics is integrated into the roof of the building through the installation of 92 panels, it is estimated, they will have a production of 25 MWh / year, representing 5-7% of the total energy consumed by the building. It is a facility specially designed self-consumption regime for all the energy produced is absorbed by the consumer system of the building, avoiding excess energy and subsequent placement of batteries.
When placed in the upper deck of the building, the PV system goes unnoticed. Maintenance tasks are performed through specific areas that do not interfere with the daily activities of the company. The facility is fully accepted from the conception of the project assuming the use of renewable energy to avoid polluting energy consumption and seeing rewarded in turn, through the Leed score. In addition to the environmental advantages, the investment is redeemable through its own use. The amortization period
Génie climatique, électricité / Eclairage
It has a LED lighting system with high efficiency, the Schmitz-Leuchten house for ordinary lighting, with the aim of achieving greater visual comfort for users with the lowest possible energy consumption has dependent control gains outside light and the occupation of the premises. It has possibility of individual job ignition and rezoned global regulation.
Geothermal uptake probes PE100 PN16
Génie climatique, électricité / Chauffage, eau chaude
For the energy use of the land a total of 18 capture probes form, together with heat transfer fluid energy source, a geothermal system with heat pumps .
Since the heat production in low temperature, the polyethylene product is accepted as optimal for this type of installation.
The building is in an industrial area adjacent to a residential neighborhood Based on the criteria Leed certificate, the characteristics of the site are as follows: - urbanized land in urban land. - No flood, no damage to endangered species or special conditions. - It has at least 10 basic services within 800m with pedestrian access between them and the building. - Public bus service in the vicinity of the building. - Extensive landscaped areas and open spaces suitable for the visual comfort of building users. Workspaces have visual continuity of the work plane with the roof garden, as this is the same height as the table. - Area plant opened in the building and in the space environment. The project has 1188 m2 of gardened areas with native varieties of sedum. - Contribution to biodiversity with native species that reduce the need for water. Planting native species has obviated irrigation facility in the building. - Significant reduction of the heat island effect. The arrangement of parking in the basement of the building, gardening areas and decks, has allowed achieving the highest score in this section of the Leed certification.
Land plot area
2 627,00 m2
Parking is located in the two basements of the building minimizing heat island effect. The provision includes preferential parking for fuel-efficient vehicles, adapted seats and a specific area for bicycles. The first basement has large vents that close with tramex to give privacy to the parking lot and also allows ventilation and natural lighting space, minimizing the needs of ventilation equipment and lighting in this plant and therefore consumption on computers.
Building Environmental Quality
- Building flexibility
- indoor air quality and health
- works (including waste management)
- comfort (visual, olfactive, thermal)
- waste management (related to activity)
- water management
- energy efficiency
- renewable energies
- integration in the land
- products and materials
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