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Hotel Ibis Budget


With a constructed area of ​​2,340.50 m² over 4 floors and a capacity of 110 rooms, the Ibis Hotel was built using a modular industrialised construction system employing 3D components. The company Modultec manufactured and transported 70 modules and assembled them on site.

Each of these 3D components or modules comprised one room on the façade side and one on the corridor, thereby allowing for the repetition of the same pattern a number of times.

A prototype of a complete room was built in the factory in a controlled environment and, after carrying out all the design, functionality, sealing, noise, thermal and acoustic insulation and installation tests, this module was replicated 55 times.

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Sant Salvador de Guardiola

Dedicated to the social and workplace inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in vulnerable situations, this residence comprises 25 rooms spread out over an area of ​​1,142.33 m² on one floor. It was built by Modultec at its facilities in Gijón, using an industrialised construction system of compatible components (S3C).

The rooms were constructed as 3D modular components, while the slaps, façade and double volume roof areas used 2D elements, and the installations comprised 1D components.

Designed to be integrated into a natural setting of vineyards and nature areas, the Urpina residence was manufactured in 3 months and the assembly carried out in just 1 month, despite the adverse weather conditions of snow and extreme cold, typical of the month of December at this location.

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In the Real Madrid “Sports City”, as part of an ambitious project developed by the prestigious Estudio Lamela, two residential buildings were built using industrialised construction systems:

Residence for the First Team

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Designed by the architect Toni Montes, the complex has a total floor area of ​​about 2,100m2 and features several themed restaurant floors. The ground floor is an Ice Cream establishment and the other floors house a Gabonese, an Indian and a Mexican restaurant, a banquet hall and, on the covered floor, a disco-bar.

The building was constructed using an industrialised construction system with 3D components, which were manufactured in their entirety by Modultec at the company's facilities in Asturias, before being transported by ship to Libreville, the capital of Gabon.

The most relevant aspect of this building is the complexity of the micropile foundation, which was made necessary by the type of terrain, located in a privileged zone on the capital’s sea front.

The building also features a complex air conditioning system, biometric access control for staff and exquisite thematic decoration.

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Libreville - Gabon

This educational complex measures ​​14,000m2 and is situated within a developed area of 40,000m2 including sports facilities.

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Pompeu Fabra

This project is an example of a mixed implementation of industrialised systems, using a 3D Platform for the classroom area and a 2D Platform for the auditorium.

Designed by Toni Montes at MIBA Architects, it was conceived as a temporary extension for the Pombeu Fabra University Social Sciences and Humanities urban camps, next to the library built inside the historic reservoir of Ciudadella park. The entire building, with a total floor area of ​​1,950m2, was built off-site by the company Modultec and then transported and assembled on site.

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Corró d´Avall

Designed by the architects Gemma Vidal and Rodrigo Alaminos and located in the centre of Corró d’Avall in Les Franqueses del Vallès, this building has a total floor area of ​​2000m2 and was completed in a period of 4 months.
The need to complete the building on a tight schedule in order to have it ready for the next school year was a key factor for choosing an industrialised construction system using 3D components manufactured by Modultec in Gijón.

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The buildings of fast food chains, with their own brands both in design and in operation and management, are highly suitable for being repeatedly replicated on different sites and locations. This makes industrialisation using a 3D platform the most profitable option for this type of building, not just in terms of costs, but also in quality, lead times, sustainability and image. 

These buildings are divided, in turn, into two productive or architectural units: the industrial zone (kitchen, cold storage & stock rooms) that is normally composed of 3-4 modules depending on the size, and the restaurant area with ceilings at one or two levels, formed by another 3-6 modules.

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Remontas Barcelona

The company La Casa por El Tejado developed an interesting and innovative urban design in the centre of Barcelona where, given the scarcity of urban land available for the construction of new buildings, they carried out an exhaustive market study and found more than 100,000m2 of potential additional building space available on the roofs of buildings.

Employing a novel form of agreement with the building owners and neighbourhood communities, they bought up the roof rights and were thus able to not only develop in central areas of the city, but also assist in the rehabilitation of existing buildings.