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STRUNOR will carry out the refurbishment works of the 38 Brussels Avenue Office Building in Alcobendas, Madrid, after reaching an agreement with main contractor Acciona.

This regenerative scheme drawn by prestigious architectural practice Estudio Álvarez Sala for investing society Axiare aims to maximise natural lighting inside the building through the use of a double skin glass facade.

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Phase 1 of O’Sea Residential Scheme in Ostend, Belgium,  for client Immobel, the largest Belgian Property Developer, will be delivered by facade specialist contractor STRUNOR.

Interbuild, currently one of the largest construction companies in the Benelux region, and a member of the Royal BAM Group, has awarded STRUNOR the curtain wall, aluminium joinery and glazing package of this phase 1 comprising the 7 first buildings.



STRUNOR’s Facades Division has secured an order from Spanish contractor Unika to carry out the curtain walling and associated elements of the New Courts of Justice of Badajoz in Spain.

The scheme presents four differentiated volumes joined by walkways, and thus creating a secuence of patios between them. Much of the vertical envelope features aluminium curtain wall, particularly at inner elevations of the patios. A second skin designed by STRUNOR will serve as sun protection at the walkways. Its opening is expected to happen in the first quarter of 2018.



Contractor Avintia has appointed STRUNOR to carry out the facade elements of the extension and refurbishment project of the new 123 Velazquez office block in Madrid.

Spanish architectural practice AE designed the restructuration of this former residential building into its new office use. Located in one of the best corners at the heart of the exclusive Salamanca neighbourhood in Madrid, the refurbishment works will follow a high quality standard, requiring all its vanes to be covered with the highest quality aluminium systems to provide outstanding thermal and acoustic values, as well as fire resistance eventually. Top floors will feature a bespoke second skin from STRUNOR employing a degraded and perforated aluminium sheet as its main element. The new building is expected to be ready  for occupation by the end of 2017.