The project includes recycling two of the existing buildings, demolishing the other ones, and construction of a 22,500 sq. m. parking lot for 400 buses, keeping as much green area as possible (10.000 sq. m.).
Offices are to be constructed in one of the buildings (1.270 sq. m.), where the recovery of concrete structure and masonry hollow clay tiles which are in good condition is foreseen.
Main works are:
wiring, pumping and thermal conditioning installations
fire detection and extinction and CCTV
ceramic and fitted carpet flooring
iron and aluminium metalwork
marble and granite coatings
The adjacent building has two levels of 220 sq. m. each. The ground floor is destined to cash desks and the first floor to lunchroom and cafeteria. The concrete parking for 400 buses is divided in two by the continuation of Isabella street, running between Valladolid and Varela streets, which will be added to the urban network of Montevideo in the future.
Area: 8.000 sq. m. of pavement and construction of a storehouse of 4.000 sq. m.
The Varela Plant will keep its current use, holding the repair shops.
The project foresees making alterations to an existing building of 3.700 sq. m.
Changing the current sheet metal cover by a new one.
Wiring, pumping and thermal conditioning installations
Fire detection and extinction and CCTV
Iron and aluminium metalwork
It also imply the construction of a new two-store metallic storehouse of 5.400 sq. m. for 50 buses. The plant have an open parking lot for 90 buses.