CLIENT: DRAGADOS Y CONSTRUCCIONES, SA
The construction of this office building was one of the first applications of the technique of slabs post-stressed with non-adherent cables in the field of building in Spain.
Each of the two blocks, with eight floors and two common parking basements, consists of three modules octagonal in plan and with an external diameter of 30 m, connected together without expansion joints.
The standard module consists of a concrete slab with a constant thickness of 0.25 m supported on eight supports with circular cross sections located 1.50 m from the outer perimeter of the octagon and four central supports spanning 10 m. There are 20 types of slabs based on this module, matching the geometry of each area. The modules were joined with later concreting to eliminate the construction joints.