Matec was responsible for the project development and construction. In this project we employed technological and industrialized construction systems. The project represents one of the largest FEMSA/Coca-Cola bottling plants in Brazil: The site takes up 65,000 m² out of a total area of 210,000 m2. The industrial park comprises 33 buildings, and includes units for utilities, waste and wastewater treatment plant, administration, laboratories, syrup room, bottling and warehouse. The precast concrete structure predominates across the park, covered by the facefelt roofing. External closings in metal roofing tile based on concrete panel, internal closings in drywall and isopanel walls for the refrigerated chambers.
The project's major challenge consisted of meeting deadlines, due to the overall construction complexity and extensive area, volume of Industrial installations and specifics of each area.
The best way to meet the challenge proposed was the complete industrialization of systems, that is, apart from the main structure, closings with extensive perimeters and numerous buildings across the property. Matec executed closing panels, contentions, shallow foundations and precast concrete facade elements, all following a rigorous planning system.