Traditional building of 7,500 sqm in the heart of Drama with the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) license for a 5 star hotel, a feasibility study and filed an economic study to the Ministry of Finance for funding. It consists of all the architectural, structural and engineering studies that have been made for its construction.
Located in Santa Barbara, it is a historical monument, consisted of the tobacco warehouse and offices. It is remarkable architectural creation of the Austrian architect Konrad von Vilas.
The composition of the building is the result of broader trends in architecture at the time. In 1924 the Swiss-Jew Hermann Spierer tobacco merchants purchased two properties adjacent to the waters of Santa Barbara on behalf of the general partnership "Herman Spirer and Co". In these plots built by Konrad Von Vilas a huge tobacco warehouse (Spirer skyscraper "in the type of season).
This is a multi-storeyed building with a rectangular plan and proportions sides. The ground floor is divided by means of a transverse wall into two sections with separate entrances for each.
The Tobacco used in tobacco processing. On January 20, 1932 bought the building the Afstroelliniki Tobacco Company SA, which continued in that the processing of tobacco. In 1974, tobacco processing stopped, as in nearly all tobacco houses of Drama, and the building was used by then only as storage of tobacco.
Today this historic building is under the management of the company Ergoepiskeves Inc. which has been created for the development of the property. The company has no financial or any other kind of obligations.
Project for developement in cooperation with: www.parchitects.gr
The plot area of 35985.30 square meters located in Giofyrakia, Heraklion District, near the University Hospital of Heraklion. The clinic will consist of hospitalization sections and pathological surgical sections and is generally characterized in accordance with Article 16 of Decree 247/1991.
The clinic will be consisted of 160 beds divided as follows:
- 84 beds in the pathological department in three nursing units with a capacity of 28 beds each
- 56 surgical beds in two field hospital units with the capacity of 28 beds each
- 10 beds in ICU pathological multipurpose field
- 10 beds in ICU after surgery department
- It also has 4 beds daily for hospitalization purposes (day clinic)
Briefly it is consisted of the following sections, in addition to nursing units and in ICU:
- Complex surgery
- Section endoscopy
- Outpatient - a small emergency department
- laboratories for biological materials
- imaging laboratories
- Department of Nuclear Medicine
- support services
The clinic is developed in four floors (lower floor, ground floor of A and B).
The clinic is hinged on three building lots:
- the central rectangular section A (which forms the main entrance)
- in Section B, floor plan shape V (which houses the nursing unit)
- the rectangular section C (behind section A)
Formed two main vertical circulation nodes:
- node I to connect the A building to building B, which includes a staircase, 2 elevators suitable for lift trucks and food supply.
- node II to connect the A building to building C, which includes a staircase and a lift suitable for trucks.
There will still be a lift of sterile equipment and a sewage lift. Besides the two above stairs, there will be another 4 to ensure safe escape in case of fire. Each of these sections has the appropriate configuration and manufacturing grid (bearing construction) to meet the operational requirements of the parts houses.
|LAND AREA:||35.985,30 m²|
|ALLOWABLE AREA COVERAGE:||After a derogation permitted coverage reaches 20% for the ground floor , first floor and second floor, and 50% for lower floor.|
|EFFECTED COVERAGE:||3.290,00 m²|
|ALLOWABLE BUILDING:||After a derogation permitted building reaches 60% 0,6 x 35.985,30 = 21.591,18 m²|
|BUILDING carried out:||13.090,68 m²|
The positioning of the building plot has the following criteria:
- External accesses
- Integration into the terrain of the natural soil
- Scalability - Flexibility
- Requirements for nursing facilities
Scalability - Flexibility
It is important that the clinic will be able to expand in the future. But no one can predict what parts will be required primarily to expand and what new parts to be added.
We designed a building model that can be extended with indeterminate growth, in accordance with the requirements of modern clinics.
The scalability is possible through inter-departmental corridors to the north and east.
It is important that the scalability can be achieved in a manner which does not hinder the smooth functioning of the Department during periods of construction work.
Flexibility to ensure internal rearrangement and internal walls made of gypsum, the bearing structure is arranged in a grid construction with large windows and there are sufficient vertical shafts and easy access suspended ceilings throughout the transit and deployment of electrical networks.
The Construction Company IVAS Hellas creates Iris.
A carefully selected area that meets all the necessary requirements (location, microclimate, unobstructed view) that make it truly privileged and mild growing, given the short distance from the center of Heraklion and the easy and immediate access via the National Road of Heraklion - Mires.
For the construction of the houses an advanced building system of TACHYDOMI A.E. was selected combined with the innovative system for external insulation IVAS THERMO K8.
The housing components (walls and slabs) are made of high strength reinforced concrete with a consistent quality of controlled laboratory precision.
The system provides greater earthquake resistance and fire protection than the conventional construction, and achieves the minimum time of delivery of the project.
External thermal insulation system shall ensure that significant energy savings are fully protected from external factors (humidity corrosion cracking, etc.), thereby increasing the life of the building and the resale value.