General Services Building in Helios Swimming Centre By Antonio Lorén, Eduardo Aragüés, Olatz Maestre

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Architects
ACXT. Antonio Lorén, Eduardo Aragüés, Olatz Maestre.
Collaborators
Jesús Gil Finestra, Luis Mingarro (project execution manager); Antonio Lorén, Eduardo Aragüés, Olatz Maestre (construction management); Jesús Gil Finestra, Luis Mingarro (costs); Cristina Salavera (structures), Jorge Guillén (air conditioning), Marta Gaspar (lighting), Jorge Guillén (public health services), Marta Gaspar (electrical engineering), Enrique Sahún, Fernando Tomás (telecommunications), Jesús Sau (fire strategy).
Client
Sociedad Centro Natación Helios.
Area
2298 m² (total floor area).
Dates
November 2009 - May 2011 (ejecución de obra), May 2007 - January 2008 (project).
Location
Arboleda Macanaz s/n, 50018 Zaragoza. Spain.
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Antonio Lorén Collado

Antonio Lorén Collado is an architect by the ETSA University of Navarra. He has been working at IDOM since 1998, and is Head of the Architecture Department in Aragon. He teaches Integration II and Projects II at the School of Architecture of the University of San Jorge.

Among his most outstanding recent projects are the Aulario Building at the University of San Jorge, the IQE Water Treatment Building and Infrastructure, the Refurbishment and Adaptation of the Bridge Pavilion for the headquarters of Mobility City, the new Marianist school in San Sebastian, the Fire Station No. 4 in Casetas, in Zaragoza or the General Services Building of the University of San Jorge.

His works have been recognised by the Consejo Superior de Colegios de Arquitectos de España CSCAE, La Institución Fernando El Católico, El Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Aragón COAA, la Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Endesa Energía, ENOR; and selected in the Arquia Próxima Programme and in the 6th European Landscape Biennial.
 

EDUARDO ARAGÜÉS

Eduardo Aragüés (Zaragoza, 1970), graduated from the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. Idom Partner and Managing Partner of the ACXT office in Zaragoza. In 1997 he joined IDOM/ACXT. During these years he has carried out, as project director, important interventions such as the New Bus Station integrated in the Intermodal Station of Santiago de Compostela (2022), the Project for the First Metro Line of Bogota with 27 stations (2015), the General Services Building of the Helios Zaragoza Swimming Centre (Finalist, García Mercadal Awards 2012), the House of European History in Brussels (2010), the new Calatayud Bus Station (Finalist, García Mercadal Awards 2010), the Remodelling and Expansion of the SAICA 1 facilities in Zaragoza (Mention, Ricardo Magdalena Awards 2006; Accessibility Award 2007; Finalist, Future category, National Congress of Architects 2009), the new Headquarters of PIERALISI Spain (Mention, Ricardo Magdalena Awards 2009), the New Plaza Center Hotel (Finalist. XXXI Ricardo Magdalena Awards, Chair of Architecture. Fernando el Católico Foundation) or the Rehabilitation of the Old Metropolitan Seminary of Zaragoza for a New Municipal Administrative Centre (First Prize in the Accessibility Award 2008). He is currently developing the new SAICA Research & Development & Innovation Centre in Zaragoza, among others.

Olatz Maestre

Olatz Maestre (Bilbao, 1976). Graduated as an architect specialising in Urban Planning from the University of Navarra (ETSAUN) in 2002. She joined IDOM in 2002, where she has been working ever since.

Among her most outstanding works for public bodies and administrations are the drafting of the projects and Management of the Works for the Refurbishment of the Old Metropolitan Seminary of Zaragoza for a New Municipal Administrative Centre (1st. "Accessibility Award 2008), or the New Building for the Headquarters of the Provincial Court of Zaragoza; she has also carried out works related to transport such as the Calatayud Bus Station (Finalist in the García Mercadal Awards 2011), and the Building of Workshops and Garages for the tram in Tenerife; or sports facilities such as the General Services Building for the Helios Swimming Centre in Zaragoza (Finalist in the García Mercadal Awards 2013), or the design of sports complexes such as the Abechuco Sports Centre Swimming Pools and the San Andrés Civic Centre in Vitoria. Her recent projects include the logistics warehouse and offices for Amazon in Zaragoza and Badajoz, the Aulario Building at San Jorge University, the new Marianist school in San Sebastián and the General Services building at San Jorge University (1st Prize XXXVII Ricardo Magdalena Award, 2018; Finalist XXXII Edition Fernando García Mercadal Architecture Award, 2018).
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