Spaces for movement. Bus Station in the Santiago de Compostela Intermodal Station by IDOM

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Architects
IDOM. Lead architect.- Galo Zayas Carvajal, Eduardo Aragües Rioja.
Collaborators
Structures.- Xabier Mas García.
Air conditioning.- Antonio Rodríguez Sixto.
Lighting.- Victor Lojo Paz.
Electricity.- Victor Lojo Paz.
Fire protection - Daniel Pose Andrade.
Telecommunications - Roberto Dios García.
Collaborating architect.- Victor Ramos Rodríguez.
Work execution management.- Galo Zayas Carvajal.
Client
Xunta de Galicia - Regional Ministry of Infrastructures and Mobility.
Builder
ACCIONA.
Area
8,870.81 sqm.
Budget
€ 7,657,192.
Dates
Project date.- 05-2016/12-2017.
Implementation date.- 07-2018/03-2021.
Location
Clara Campoamor Avenue s/n, 15702 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain.
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ZAYAS CARVAJAL GALO

Galo Zayas Carvajal, an Architect with more than 23 years of experience, with a degree from the ETSAM, Galo Zayas is the head of the IDOM Architecture and Building team in Galicia. He has extensive experience in the drafting of projects and management of public and private building works of different scales, including the new Bus Terminals integrated into the Intermodal Stations of Santiago de Compostela and Lugo, the Sionlla Biotech Laboratories building in Santiago, the Pasarón Stadium in Pontevedra, first prize in the ideas competition and finalist in the Achdaily sports architecture awards in 2014, the Central Library of the Ourense Campus of the University of Vigo, first prize in the ideas competition, finalist in the Enor Awards 2006, the new Administrative Building of the Xunta de Galicia in Santiago and the Headquarters of the Port Authority of Marín and Ría de Pontevedra.
 

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.

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