French Builder ROC carries out its first building
With approximately 6.000 m², this business incubator hosts offices and business premises on two levels, with also a parking on the first floor. This complex is the first building of the French Builder ROC (Groupe Villemain in Orléans, France) and was erected in one phase. It is formed of two separated buildings linked with a third one.
The first building is quite conventional, but the second one catches the eye from an architectural and technical point of view. The rounded shape is a consequence of the curved beams at the end of the building which are incorporated in the thickness of the floor. Each axis is supported by two columns and a double end cantilever (length 15 m) is partially integrated in the whole floor.
Another technical feature: the sheeting of the building placed on the Lindab structure, supports a second tubular structure, also produced by Lindab and equipped with perforated panels, thus increasing the effects on the color of the walls: the color changes according to the view angle.
The INODEK system and the fast erection definitively conquered the contracting authority, SEMIIC, a real estate developer of buildings for the Tertiary Sector.