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Wilanow college in Warsaw (Poland)

“College with a little over 13,000 m2 built surface area, on three levels, basement + ground floor + first floor”

Structural type: reinforced concrete with cement slabs, retaining walls built “in situ” of forged slab.

Roof: made of concrete slabs and trapezoidal sheet.

Façade system: SATE of 21 cm thickness.

Execution of the facilities: unique with geothermal heating system.

College fully equipped with furniture, kitchen, computer equipment, internal telecommunications, CCTV, solar energy and other facilities.

Includes a sports hall of 1,400 m2 with mixed reinforced concrete and metal structure, with full sports facilities and tiered seating.

External facilities include children’s playgrounds, running track, football field, car parts and interior roadways.

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CHM is undertaking an ambitious infrastructure project in Algeria

CHM Obras e Infraestructuras, in consortium with other Spanish and Algerian companies, is carrying out one of the most ambitious civil engineering projects in the Western region of Algeria. The new Pénétrante de Mascara Autoroute connects with the highway (East-West) and covers 43 kilometres with three lanes in each direction.

 

The contract awarding body for this project is the National Highways Agency, owned by the Ministry of Infrastructure of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria.

 

The project involves great technical difficulties owing to the complex geography in that area. Work entails moving approximately 6 million cubic metres of excavated material, 4 cubic metres of embankment, 250,000 cubic metres of concrete and 50,000 tonnes of passive steel. The highway also has 3,750 metres of structure on the main carriageway and 120 metres on overpasses.

 

The project budget stands at 19,408,747,923.78 Algerian Dinars, equivalent to €180,857,061.74. Work is expected to be completed by mid-2018.

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