Committente:
L.S.G.I. Italia S.r.l.

Località:
Portogruaro (VE)

Anno dell’attività:
2010-2012

Superficie immobile:
35.000 mq

Importo opere:
€ 4.750.000

ENLARGEMENT AND RESTYLING OF ADRIATICO2

Expanded thanks to a project entrusted to the international firm Chapman Taylor, the Shopping Center is located in Portogruaro, in the province of Venice, and was born in the 1990s as part of the urban reconversion of an old abandoned industrial area. The new structure, under the banner of Adriatico2 Shopping Center, affected both the internal spaces and the external facades of the existing structure. The building was designed with very large steel structures to allow maximum usability and flexibility of use of commercial surfaces.
The implementation of the expansion was carefully studied in the executive phases, as the main constraint given by the client was that the construction did not interfere with the normal activity of the centre, whose commercial galleries had to remain open to the public at all times. The final result is the Adriatico2 shopping centre, a structure that now houses a hypermarket and a hundred commercial activities (leisure, food etc.).

Activities:

Preliminary Desing
Detailed Desing
Construction Management
Fire Safety

FIRE SAFETY

Adriatico2 Shopping Center
The analysis of the whole structure also led to the evaluation of the documentation relating to the part of the existing building and, consequently, to the interventions that were necessary to regularize the entire new activity. The activity ended with the presentation of the fire-fighting certification called SCIA and related inspection by the Fire Brigade which took place with a positive outcome.

BERSHKA Sale Unit
Fire prevention activities developed through the evaluation of the project with exemption from the current legislation. The exemption was requested to regularize the mix of warehouse premises between the sales unit object of the practice and the adjacent unit; the presence of a metal mezzanine, in fact, did not allow the compartmentation of the rooms. We demonstrated the full efficiency of the alarm and extinction systems in the unit, and the limited
presence of personnel and the length of the escape routes to have a positive assessment. The sharing of the alarm with the adjacent unit has also been demonstrated together with the opening command for the smoke and heat evacuators.

PULL&BEAR and PRENATAL Sale Units
The analysis of the points of sale was carried out taking into consideration these safety conditions relating to the Common Parts; The activity ended with the presentation of the fire-fighting certification called SCIA and related inspection by the Fire Brigade which took place with a positive outcome.