Subissati S.r.l. http://subissati.it/rss.php?lng=en Subissati.it :: News it Multi-purpose "Vittoria" structure opened. Cingoli (MC) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-vittoria-structure-opened-cingoli-mc.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-vittoria-structure-opened-cingoli-mc.html http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-vittoria-structure-opened-cingoli-mc.html Fri, 02 May 2014 00:00:00 +0100 The multi-purpose structure named "Vittoria", constructed entirely from lamellar wood on behalf of Cingoli local council in Località Villa Strada, was opened late afternoon on Wednesday, 30th April. The opening ceremony took place in the traditional manner with music played by the Villa Strada band and a blessing by the parish priest, all witnessed by the Mayor, Filippo Saltamartini, the provincial councillor Mr Lippi, the School Headmistress, Emanuela Tarascio, the designer, Roberto Marchegiani, Francesco Subissati, in representation of the company's management, numerous local authorities and a great many members of the general public.

 

 

 

General approval was expressed particularly as concerns the timely completion and the overall speed of the works, just 30 days and a few hours was a hard deadline to meet, even for us, but with a great deal of commitment, technology and expertise, together with a professional works management, we successfully completed a work that we hope will fulfil the social purpose for which it was designed in the best possible way. The advantages of a wooden building have assured welcoming, comfortable rooms, reducing the time and cost of development.

 

 

Client: Cingoli Local Council

 

Proceedings and Works Manager: Ing. Fabrizio Santori, Cingoli Public Works Manager

 

Architectonic design: Geom. Roberto Marchegiani

 

Structural design: Ing. Mauro Fabrizi

 

Geologist: Daniele Stronati

 

Acoustic Technician: Ing. Matteo Centanni

 

Systems Technician: Ing. Pablo C. Perna

 

Safety Coordinator during Design and Execution: Arch. Maddalena Ferraioli

 

See the news of 19 February 2014 on the project presentation

 

See the news of 11 April 2014 on the start of the lamellar wood structure installation

 

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Tourist welcome centre in its final stages. Corinaldo (AN) http://subissati.it/en/tourist-welcome-centre-in-its-final-stages-corinaldo-an.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/tourist-welcome-centre-in-its-final-stages-corinaldo-an.html http://subissati.it/en/tourist-welcome-centre-in-its-final-stages-corinaldo-an.html Thu, 17 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0100 Works for the development of a wooden building in Via Pregiagna, Corinaldo are now in their final stages. The building will be used as a tourist welcome and information centre for the birthplace of Saint Maria Goretti in Corinaldo.

 

The installation of the wooden structure, which began early March, is now being completed with us currently working on the external areas, walkways and access points and the final finishing touches inside. We hope to deliver by the end of April.

 

The wooden structure measures more than 200 m2 laid out over a single floor. Its main characteristics include high seismic safety thanks to the Platform Frame construction system used, low energy consumption and durable materials used specifically with the intended purpose in mind.

 

Client: Corinaldo Local Council

Architectonic designer: Geom. Giliano Bizzarrri, Public Works Sector Manager for Corinaldo Local Council

Structural Designer: Dott. Ing. Andrea Montagna

Construction company: Subissati srl

 

See the news of 03 February 2014 on the project presentation

 

See the news of 13 March 2014 on the start of assembly of the wooden structure

 

 

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Detached home - Montemarciano (AN) http://subissati.it/en/detached-home-montemarciano-an.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/detached-home-montemarciano-an.html http://subissati.it/en/detached-home-montemarciano-an.html Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0100 Another of our developments was completed a short time ago in Montemarciano (AN). We completed a wooden detached home flaunting contemporary architecture, which stands in a position from which sea views over the Adriatic can be enjoyed, as well as those over the gently rolling hills of the Marche inland.

 

The home measures approximately 160 m2 above ground and has a lamellar wood support structure; it also has a basement built from reinforced concrete. The structure has large glass doors shaded by motorised shades that allow light to be modulated inside the building. Externally, it has been clad using the typical white colour plaster of seafront structures.

 

 

Characteristics of the SUBISSATI detached wooden home construction:

 

- Construction type ‘PLATFORM FRAME SYSTEM’;

 

- Basement and foundations in reinforced concrete;

 

- Floor with wooden support structure;

 

- External perimeter wall transmittance 0.159 W/M2K (Class A) - 11.30 hour shift;

 

- Ventilated ceiling transmittance 0.190 W/M2K (Class A) - 11.40 hour shift;

 

- Tiled roof;

 

- Exterior perimeter wall surface ground floor approximately 160 m²;

 

- Roof surface approximately 220 m² with pitch;

 

- Exterior plasterwork;

 

 

 

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Multi-purpose building Cingoli (MC) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-building-cingoli-mc.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-building-cingoli-mc.html http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-building-cingoli-mc.html Fri, 11 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0100 START OF WORKS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-PURPOSE CULTURAL, RECREATIONAL AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE

 

Works have begun on the assembly of the lamellar wood support structure for the development of a multi-purpose structure for Cingoli Local Council in Località Villa Strada. The public building covers a surface area of 350 m2 on a single floor, with a double-pitch roof and an "L" floor plan.

The wooden construction stands next to a school, inside a green area.

The advantages of a wooden building also enable public works to create welcoming, comfortable spaces, reducing development times and costs yet with a high quality technical structure: good seismic dissipation and low energy consumption, thereby reducing maintenance and use costs.

 

Client: Cingoli Local Council

Proceedings and Works Manager: Ing. Fabrizio Santori, Cingoli Public Works Manager

Architectonic design: Geom. Roberto Marchegiani

Structural design: Ing. Mauro Fabrizi

Geologist: Daniele Stronati

Acoustic Technician: Matteo Centanni

Systems Technician: Ing. Pablo C. Perna

Safety Coordinator during Design and Execution: Arch. Maddalena Ferraioli

 

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Detached family villa in Sassoferrato (AN) http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-villa-in-sassoferrato-an.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-villa-in-sassoferrato-an.html http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-villa-in-sassoferrato-an.html Wed, 09 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0100 A few more weeks and works will be complete on the development of a detached family villa built from wood to class A+ in Sassoferrato, to be delivered by our company in a turnkey solution.

 

The site began over the last few days of January and the first few days of February. For the external part, the only thing left is the installation of the sun shades, whilst inside, the flooring, doors, coverings, sanitary fittings, taps sets and final painting remain to be completed.

 

The building consists of one floor above ground, with a wooden support structure, and a semi-basement floor built from reinforced concrete. The roofing is pitched and has a large portico.

 

The inhabited part of the raised floor has been built entirely with a wooden structure, in order to develop an ecological, extremely well-insulated construction. The structure was built using a Platform Frame type structure, with a roof that does not overhang in wooden beams and visible matchboard.

 

Given that there is no piped gas supply, and in order to pursue maximum energy efficiency, the building is equipped with a radiating under-floor heating system powered by electrical air-water heat pumps and a photovoltaic plant, enabling class A+ to be achieved.

 

Designers: LANDO PIERAGOSTINI studio di architettura sostenibile

Arch. Lando Pieragostini

Ing. Diego Federici

with the collaboration of: ing. Marina Poiani

Structural design: Ing. Sandro Massi, Sassoferrato AN

Systems design and energy qualification: Ing. Gianluca Serpilli, Ancona

 

See the news on the project presentation. 22 November 2013

 

See the news on the start of works. 10 February 2014

 

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Detached family wooden home - Falconara AN http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-wooden-home-falconara-an.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-wooden-home-falconara-an.html http://subissati.it/en/detached-family-wooden-home-falconara-an.html Wed, 02 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0100 A short while ago we also completed another development in Falconara. This was a detached family villa facing out over the beautiful coastal area, a location that clearly had a major impact on the design and place of development. The building develops over two floors above ground. The ground floor has a total surface area of approximately 145 m2 and is completed by a further 15 m2 of portico; the first floor, on the other hand, consists of a surface area of 45 m2 with a large terrace that faces out partly onto the Adriatic coast and partly onto the inland hills. One of the unique features of this development regards the external part of the building; in actual fact, cladding has been obtained using bricks, giving the structure a truly distinctive, unique look.

 

Characteristics of the SUBISSATI detached wooden home construction:

- Construction type ‘PLATFORM FRAME SYSTEM’;

- Reinforced concrete foundations

- Two-floor building with wooden support structure;

- Final covering with Portuguese-style tiles;

- Exterior perimeter wall surface ground floor approximately 145 m²;

- First floor surface area approximately 45 m²;

- Exterior brick cladding;

 

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At school with the colours of the rainbow. Folignano (AP) http://subissati.it/en/at-school-with-the-colours-of-the-rainbow-folignano-ap.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/at-school-with-the-colours-of-the-rainbow-folignano-ap.html http://subissati.it/en/at-school-with-the-colours-of-the-rainbow-folignano-ap.html Mon, 24 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0100 The definitive design with which we were awarded the tender involves the development of a building measuring approximately 1000 m2 entirely from lamellar wood, to be used as a new first school in Folignano (AP).

The first school numbers 5 rooms each measuring approximately 80 m2 and a teaching room of approximately 70 m2. The classrooms are basically laid out along a corridor, opposite the toilets, library, staff room and a few service rooms. These spaces alternate with outdoor green areas and portico zones.

If it is true that "man creates landscape" and that "aesthetics, beauty, is in the eye of the beholder", it is also true that the intention behind this architectonic composition for the new school area, is to blend into the Marche hills using curves and colours.

The aim is to stimulate the students' intellect, making the structure itself a "structural landscape" in which the colours of the rainbow blend with the colours, materials, essences and seasons of nature. Attending school is compulsory, a duty, but we hope that the architectonic solution offered can help make it a useful, pleasant and interesting experience for the young students.

The idea is the result of timely cultural, formal and technological research; the aesthetic improvement is integrated into the surrounding landscape, sustainably encompassing the technical detail through a useful "contamination" of the bioclimatic architecture. Lights, lines, natural essences and colours are the key points of this "structural, cultural laboratory".

The portico, modulated into a harmonic form, seeks to determine an indelible trace of the intervention and its future development. Its design is the link for the evolution of the entire school area, which, in the near future, will be developing a multi-purpose gymnasium and another school building to be used as a nursery.

The presence of the brise-soleil helps shield the building from the sun's rays and the hot and cold winds, making it a clear characteristic of the school in the territory.

The projection of the unit is moderated by a series of sun shading elements that drop diagonally down from the intrados of the variable-height roof. Thanks to these construction details, the main perspective is marked out along its length and syntactically resolved; the functional study is on a par, which, in addition to protecting the glass façades of the building from the direct sunshine, thereby avoiding excessive heat, also helps limit and mitigate the visual impact of the photovoltaic systems housed on the roof.

The expression of lightness is flanked by the accuracy of the choice of colours with clear reference to those of the rainbow, of high pedagogic and educational value and reflecting on the glass surfaces to create a stimulating spectacular natural scene.

Transparency is one of the key project themes: towards the outside, on the two sides of the classrooms, it brings the school into direct, continuous communication with the countryside, allowing children to fully perceive the passing of time and changes in light.

To conclude, the careful choice of plant species to be installed also constitutes an aesthetic improvement. The fairly extensive façades of the containment walls to the north of the building, which take shape and consistency according to the wood used for the formwork, will be made gentler by the presence of reddish colour climbing plants, successfully mitigating the powerful impression of the development, exalting its naturally majestic feel.

Outside, the green areas will be characterised by autochthonous deciduous trees filled with aromas and colours to stimulate students to learn about the nature in which they live.

A "green classroom". Useful for directing specific training paths for the institute and hosting visits by other schools relating to studies, outside. A one-of-a-kind in our area, to complete the excellence of the schooling. A structure forming the landscape, which is a culture of Marche, of our beauty. The real culture, that which seeks to optimise the cultural asset, which in our case is the nature and the formation of the student's intellect.

 

Definitive and executive design: Arch. Andrea Fratoni

 

Designer of the definitive drawings tendered: Arch. Francesca R. Mancini - Manager of the Public Works Sector in Folignano Local Council (AP)

 

Proceedings Manager: Geom. Enrico Massi - Folignano Local Council (AP)

 

Tender commission: Arch. Francesca R. Mancini, Arch. Caterina Margione and Arch. Antonella Stuzzica.

 

Value of works: €1,576,058.00 - Days' work: approximately 177

 

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A wooden tourist welcome centre in Corinaldo (AN) http://subissati.it/en/a-wooden-tourist-welcome-centre-in-corinaldo-an.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/a-wooden-tourist-welcome-centre-in-corinaldo-an.html http://subissati.it/en/a-wooden-tourist-welcome-centre-in-corinaldo-an.html Thu, 13 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0100 BIRTHPLACE OF SAINT MARIA GORETTI: DEVELOPMENT OF A TOURIST WELCOME AND INFORMATION CENTRE

 

Works for the development of a wooden building in Via Pregiagna, Corinaldo have begun. The building will be used as a tourist welcome and information centre to add value to the sacred place that is the birthplace of Saint Maria Goretti in Corinaldo.

 

After having completed the foundation works, in just a few days installation of the wooden support structure started and drew to a close, through to the positioning of the waterproofing cover and related tiles on the roof.

 

We hope to complete works to turnkey status by the end of April.

 

The design prepared by the Manager of the Public Works Sector of Corinaldo Local Council, Geom. Bizzarri, involves a structure of multi-purpose use and suitable technical quality. A structure of more than 200 square metres with great seismic safety, thanks to the use of the Platform Frame construction system, LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION and durable materials used for the structure, which is duly designed to be fit for its purpose, completely integrated into the surrounding agricultural environment and of architectonic respect, give the tourist welcome and information centre a relevance that, in the circuit of optimising the sacred places of the province of Ancona and the region Marche, to bring it into line with the principles of respect and optimisation of the Marche landscape.

 

Client: Corinaldo Local Council

 

Architectonic designer: Geom. Giliano Bizzarrri, Public Works Manager for Corinaldo Local Council

 

Structural Designer: Ing. Andrea Montagna, Senigallia

 

Construction company: Subissati srl

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Multi-purpose wooden building. Cingoli (MC) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-wooden-building-cingoli-mc.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-wooden-building-cingoli-mc.html http://subissati.it/en/multi-purpose-wooden-building-cingoli-mc.html Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0100 DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-PURPOSE CULTURAL, RECREATIONAL AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN VILLA STRADA DI CINGOLI

 

A multi-purpose structure will be built entirely from lamellar wood on behalf of the local administration of Cingoli in Località Villa Strada. The public building will cover a surface area of 350 m2 in a single building on a single floor, with a double-pitch roof and an "L" floor plan.

 

It stands adjacent to a school, within a green area and naturally harmonises with the architecture of the neighbouring areas.

 

The advantages of a wooden building also enable, and have enabled, public works to create welcoming, comfortable spaces, reducing development times and costs yet with a high quality technical and architectonic structure: good seismic dissipation, use of biocompatible, non-finite materials such as certified wood, low energy consumption and reduced maintenance and use costs.

 

Years of experience and major investments in the wooden construction industry have brought us to achieve these important results, obtaining savings on the production process: our company is structured in such a way that the multi-purpose building arrives on site with the external support walls, the internal support walls and the non-support internal partition walls already pre-assembled inside the plant. All the pre-assembled walls internally have also been entirely treated for the external finish, as concerns the plants they contain the related cable ducts, specifically designed to make for simple, quick, inexpensive installation.

 

 Client: Cingoli Local Council

 

Proceedings and Works Manager: Ing. Fabrizio Santori, Cingoli Public Works Manager

 

Architectonic design: Geom. Roberto Marchegiani

 

Structural design: Ing. Mauro Fabrizi

 

Geologist: Daniele Stronati

 

Acoustic Technician: Ing. Matteo Centanni

 

Systems Technician: Ing. Pablo C. Perna

 

Safety Coordinator during Design and Execution: Arch. Maddalena Ferraioli

 

 

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Three-floor building construction in X-Lam http://subissati.it/en/three-floor-building-construction-in-x-lam.html info@subissati.it (Subissati S.r.l.) http://subissati.it/en/three-floor-building-construction-in-x-lam.html http://subissati.it/en/three-floor-building-construction-in-x-lam.html Thu, 13 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0100 In the territory of Falconara (AN), a three-family home is currently being developed covering 700 m2 over three floors and with supporting walls built from X-lam panels. The ceilings between the different floors are also developed using X-lam support panels, whilst the roof is with lamellar wood beams and visible matchboard.

The building will be highly energy efficient.

Clients: Private

Designer and Manager of Architectonic Works: Dott. Arch. Aldo GIALLEONARDO

Designer and Manager of Structural Works in reinforced concrete: BARTOLINI INGENGERI ASSOCIATI

Designer and Manager of Structural Works in wood: Dott. Ing. Andrea MONTAGNA SUBISSATI srl Technical Department

Designer and Manager of Systems Works: CESARETTI ENGINEERING srl

 Company carrying out the wooden works: SUBISSATI srl

 

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