POLYGRAPHIC HALL GZ MEDIA a.s. Loděnice u Berouna

Construction period:04/2020 - 02/2021
Investor:GZ RECORDABLE s.r.o.
Volume-area:Usable area - 2.814 m2
Scope of Work:General delivery
Photo: POLYGRAPHIC HALL GZ MEDIA a.s. Loděnice u Berouna
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POLYGRAPHIC HALL GZ MEDIA a.s. Loděnice u Berouna

 Construction of the new hall creates a modern production space for polygraphic machines. New hall is designed as one visual and spatial unit – monoblock and it is directly connected to the existing production buildings and adjacent roads. The color of the facade is a light beige with beige plinth. A covered and elevated crossing is built between the existing production hall and the new printing hall. This enables the gluing section in the main production hall and the new printing building is connected even during bad weather conditions. There is placed a separating fire rated textile blind in the connecting corridor to the other existing hall. The building is divided into two fire sections due to the  fire safety requirements.

The foundation of the building is designed as drilled reinforced concrete piles. The new building with a total usable area of 2.814 m2 is designed as a one storey, two-bay hall with three in-built structures.

The main bearing supporting frame structure is made of prefabricated reinforced concrete columns and trusses. All in-built structures are creatd from prefabricated reinforced concrete elements. Lightweight cladding is made of metal-plastic, consisting of horizontally laid sandwich insulating panels with polyester surface treatment and filled with a mineral wool. Entire ground floor of the new hall receives the industrial fibre-concrete floor. The subbase of the floor slab is remediated using embossed sand-gravel pillars and other structural layers to achieve demanding parameters for the installation of printing machines. The roof layer is composed of load bearing trapezoidal steel sheets, thermal insulation and a covering waterproofing PVC foil. Arc shaped skylights designed and located in accordance with the study of daylighting is installed on the roof of the hall and there is also made a fall arrest system.

Spatial ventilation of  the polygraphic hall is provided by several ventilation units, which is installed on technical platforms built into the interior of the hall. The heat source is provided by heat recovery from the cooling of the production technology and also by existing heat transfer station. The source of cold is a water-cooled chiller, which isconnected to a dry cooler with the possibility of sprinkling.

The architectural design of the exterior is completed with new grassed areas and landscaping.