EXTENSION AND RENOVATION OF THE LABORATORIES AND LOCKER ROOM AREA AND SERVICES HERA OF RAVENNA
Activity carried out by S.T.E.I. Studio Associato (of the associates Mr. M. Franceschini and Mr. P. Semproli, now partners and directors of Teleios Srl)
CLIENT: Hera S.p.A. – Holding Energia – Risorse Ambiente – V.le Carlo Berti Pichat 2/4, 40127 Bologna
INTERVENTION LOCATION: via Bassette n.3 – Ravenna
SERVICES RENDERED: preliminary, definitive, executive project, obtaining of permits, D.L. and Safety coordination during design and execution phase
AMOUNT OF WORKS: 560.850 €
BEGINNING/END OF WORKS: 2007/2008
The achieved aims are:
1. Functional adaptation of the analysis laboratories through the reorganization of the distributive layout of the laboratory equipment and of the internal spaces; the strengthening of the mechanical systems and the adaptation of the electrical and fluid distribution systems.
2. Redistribution of offices on the second floor and creation of a reception area for external personnel segregated from the laboratories;
3. Construction of new changing rooms on the ground floor where the sulfation tank and the dosage room are currently located.
4. Creation of a sample acceptance area on the ground floor segregated from the company context and usable 24 hours a day by external carriers that transport samples.
- Realization of changing rooms on the ground floor;
- Wall adjustments in laboratories;
- Redistribution of office layout;
- Restoration of waterproofing.
Mechanical systems: modifications and innovations to existing systems and the construction of new systems have been carried out, in particular: adaptation and integration of the extraction system; new mechanical ventilation system for reintegration of extraction; extraordinary maintenance of air conditioning systems; adaptation of gas distribution system and technical fluids; mechanical ventilation system in locker rooms; heating system in locker rooms.
Electrical systems: the project interventions were intended as an extension of the existing systems to adapt them to the new architectural, functional and plant engineering realities. The following have been realized: electrical service and lighting systems in the locker rooms; extension of the electrical distribution systems in the laboratories; adaptation of the fire detection and anti-intrusion systems in the laboratories; new power, control and service systems for mechanical ventilation systems; adaptation of the service systems in the heating and refrigeration plant.