To increase its production capacity, Edita Food Industries Company decided to relocate its logistic hub to Sheikh Zayed City. The project site is served by a road network encompassing parking area accommodating 112 spaces for distribution vehicles, 95 spaces for passenger cars and
10 spaces for trucks at the loading dock.
The project is air-conditioned through a central Chilled Water Plant and it is electrically and structurally ready to receive chillers for future requirements.
The project land is 4.00m below the street level, the distribution trucks and vehicles use two huge ramps with width of 10.00m to reach the logistic hub using adequate internal roads. Private cars and passengers use a bridge to reach the main entrance of the Office building at both the ground floor and the basement as well as the indoor parking of the Office Building.
Over a land area of about 20,770m2, the project comprises 4 buildings:
Headquarters Office Building: with a footprint of about 2,400m2, the building includes all employee and top management offices. It is composed of basement, ground and three typical floors. The building design is based on a dividable open space-planning concept to suit office space requirements. The central area encompasses main staircase, toilets, janitors’ closet and other services. Natural lighting passes through the wide double glass windows.
Logistic Hub: with a footprint area of 2,730m2, the building comprises a ground floor and three typical
floors. The design is based on an open space theme to suit storing requirements and maximum capacity with the most flexible maneuvering. The building is designed to store all kinds of Edita products using special racks facilitating the in-out process of all products at any time.
Services Building: with a footprint of about 1,050m2, the building comprises a ground floor and two typical floors. It includes vehicles’ workshops to provide maintenance services for the company vehicles and spare parts storages. The building also includes cafeteria, praying area, distributors’ offices, workers’ lockers, etc. Power Station Building.
- Communications and security systems
- Interior Design
- Basis of Design Report (BODR)
- Conceptual design
- Construction management
- Construction supervision
- Design development
- Design permits
- Detailed design
- Tender Action
- Tender documents
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