An industrial plant and an office building are two facets of the same production centre. On the one hand, the spaces dedicated to production dominate, but on the other hand it was important to create a style that reflected the seriousness of the places dedicated to decision-making, design and administration. Two different architectural languages that steel makes into a perfect combination.
In this construction of Menon, the industrial plant of 3500 square metres with twin bays and clear space for the movement of the bridge crane has been equipped with sandwich panel roofs with a large longitudinal central skylight. The walls were made partly of reinforced concrete panels and partly of sandwich panels. The office building was characterised by overhanging pillars that project a cantilevered front canopy covered with alucobond panels. The facades of the office building were created with thermal-break double-glazed aluminium uprights and crossbeams, and finished with coordinated coverings in alucobond.