NOVARES JANOVICE s.r.o. - Extension of the production area Janovice nad Úhlavou

Date: 14.11.2018
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Concrete slabs in the injection room, Loading bay, warehouses and assembly were completed. The steel structure installation of the cooling penthouse has began. The linings of the technical rooms on the west side proceed and the linings of the technical rooms at the injection room has been completed. The lower structures of the area communications and the concrete areas for the waste management are being prepared. The external utilities (water, sewer) and the preparation for the laying of a high voltage electrical cable are almost completed. Excavation works on the retention tank have started and the cladding of western hall (facade, roof) is being prepared.

Novares Janovice s.r.o. is a multinational company in the production of plastic automotive parts and automotive clothing for major world automakers. The plant in the industrial zone of the city has been operating for more than 10 years, when our company was a general supply of production facilities for the original owner company OLHO - Technik Czech s.r.o. in 2006.

The current owner plans the further development of the plastics processing industry for the automotive industry. For this reason, the production areas must be extended by the construction of a new production hall. The layout solution of the new production hall is based on its functional focus as a production and warehouse, serving both for the installation of the production technology and for the strengthening of the storage facilities. The basic construction system for the construction of a new hall building will be a reinforced concrete skeleton system divided into two independent objects. The one section building of the hall of the communication space and the five section building of the production-warehouse extension. The total built-up area of both buildings will be about 10.000 m2. The new hall height is divided into several levels. The vertical supporting structures are made up of prefabricated columns. The roof layers of the buildings is made up of trapezoidal sheets and insulation block. Sandwich facade panels are used for cladding. The annexes of the hall and some parts of built-in structures are made of steel. The annex hall be founded deep on large-scale piles. Communication and parking areas will be asphalt, concrete and paving. The construction of the hall will bring jobs for 159 new employees. The expected start date of the construction is planned for April 2018 and its completion at the beginning of 2019.