Practicality and efficiency
An industrial building leaning against another pre-existing one is the simplest and most immediate solution for expanding work areas. The steel makes it possible to adapt to what already exists with considerable savings in time and the ability to quickly and efficiently cover and fill in large surfaces. In this case, Menon built the industrial structure by inserting the runways for a 20-tonne overhead crane, and covering the building with sandwich panels and shed polycarbonate frames. The walls are built with concrete flame-cut panels placed horizontally, and overlapping sandwich panels with concealed fixing.