Projects: Buildings & Town planning

Real Estate in Milan, via Princ. Amedeo


Real Estate in Milan, via Princ. Amedeo

Office building refurbishment and reconstruction

Lumpsum contract, pursuant to the “turnkey” formula, regarding the provision of internal refurbishment works, including the expansion of the roof volume and new builds. Creation of office spaces and of a new space in the inner courtyard intended for foodservice purposes.

  • Customer:Beni Stabili S.p.A. SIIQ
  • Location:Milan
  • Type of service:Project Management; General Works Management
  • Period:2017 - present
  • Cost:€ 10.300.000

Over the years, the original building dating back to 1871 underwent considerable changes until it reached its current shape. The project foresees an organic renovation of the entire building involving both the indoor and outdoor spaces and comprising the replacement of doors and windows, the restoration of all surfaces and the reorganization of the internal layouts.

The historic façade, dating back to the end of the 19th century, is certainly the most valuable element of the building and will be completely restored and brought back to a level of quality appropriate to its value. The parking spaces in the courtyard will be replaced by a green court, thus becoming the heart of the entire building complex. Local plant species will be planted.

Demolitions and reconstructions will reorganize the extremely heterogeneous rooftops to create a flat roof and a new glass volume. Terraces will be made available to offices and mechanical units suitably shielded and acoustically insulated will be installed. A metal grid will cover the new glass volume. The courtyard building will be dismantled and rebuilt using the same materials of the new glass volume giving continuity and homogeneity to the entire renovation measures.

The project includes also the replacement of all systems, the insulation of walls and the implementation of the LEED protocol (LEED GOLD Objective) to achieve maximum environmental sustainability. Air heat pumps will be used instead of gas powered systems.