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New school complex in Vedelago

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The intervention features the construction documents for the project of a school (Vedelago sud).

The building has an “L” shape and is composed by two structurally-independent blocks. The structure is made with reinforced concrete, defined from a seismic point of view as a not-paired wall structure, with r.c. beams and alveolar pre-stressed prefab slabs. The two blocks are characterised by a different conformation of the structural elements: the first one, which hosts the classrooms, has a regular beams span; the second block hosts the common functions, therefore the vertical elements are rarefied and concentrated on the short sides, with three concrete deep beams. It is a double-storey building, and the first floor has a cantilever part, 1.20 m out of the ground floor on the principal prospect.

The foundation is only one for the two parts in elevation: a reverse beam frame, with T section of medium height (thanks to satisfactory soil characteristics), continuous and jointed, granting a uniform behaviour of the different blocks.

Vedelago has been the first project completely carried out in a BIM environment by Studio Masiello Strutture, who have recently developed a few procedures which have led to represent all details and concrete reinforcements in spite of the limits of Revit software.

Year
2017
Location
Vedelago (TV), Italy
Client
Comune di Vedelago
Function
Education
Status
Work made
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