The project was based on a complete BIM model of the existing building, which included both the architecture and structure and the virtual pre-construction of the facilities

BOD, the Spanish company specialized in the development of architectural and engineering solutions applied to complex projects of relevant buildings, has carried out the project and construction management of the reform of the air conditioning system of the Palace of the Marquis of Salamanca, on the promenade Madrid of Recoletos. The objective of the intervention was to adapt the air conditioning system to the current functionalities of the building, and its premise was to guarantee respect for the architecture of this emblematic building of cultural interest.

The project, which involved engineers and architects, started with an audit of the installation in order to detect possible areas for improvement. The writing of the basic and execution project followed this phase. During the construction phase, BOD continues to assist contractors and has assumed the work direction.

The project, carried out entirely in BIM, generated a complete model of the existing building, which included the architecture, structure and virtual pre-construction of the facilities. This allowed a coordination of the disciplines prior to construction, and optimize the technical solutions that were a first measure of energy efficiency applied to construction.

This action is in addition to other works carried out by BOD within the field of reform projects in emblematic buildings of cultural interest, such as the Prado Museum, the Pardo Palace, the Caserón del Buen Retiro and the Paradores de Segovia and La Granja.

The palace of the Marquis of Salamanca is located on Paseo de Recoletos in Madrid (Spain). It was built by José de Salamanca and Mayol, Marquis of Salamanca, in the mid-nineteenth century. During the nineteenth century it became the property of a banking entity, which subjected the building to various modifications to adapt it to business use. Since 2000 it is well of cultural interest in the monument category. It is currently the headquarters of the BBVA Foundation in Madrid.
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