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Business - park

01.08.2005 -01.04.2006    -
SITE: “Business - Park” Sofia, 4 “Mladost” Residential District, Buildings - 7&9.

Technical Indicators:

 Underground Levels
 Level Floor Area (m2)%
Common Parts
  17181,08 5,38 0 924,07
 Building 7    
 Level Floor Area (m2)%
Common Parts
  6656,84 13,46 867,52 895,73
  Building 9    
 Level Floor Area (m2)%
Common Parts
 TOTAL: 35768,24 9,23 1815,56 3301,3
 Semi-underground areas: 17181,08   
 Ground areas: 18587,16   
 Built-up area: 2338,83
 Total built-up area: 35768,24 m2  
 Built-up volume: 105947,29 m2  



 “Buildings 7 and 9 of Business Park Sofia, according to the urban plan, have been planned to be in the proximity of the lake, next to “Holiday Inn” Hotel, as they are situated in the south-west end of the property of Business Park Sofia. The project offers the joining of the two buildings into an ensemble with the purpose of incorporating the areas around the buildings to the recreation zone in the central part of the Business Park, as well as with the purpose of forming attractive and non-traditional ground volumes.
 A common underground multistorey parking lot has been built under the tow buildings (at 3 and 2 levels). The building has mostly office functions, as it has three underground levels, a ground floor and seven floors. There is a plan for parking places for visitors in front of the building.
Next to Building 9, from the north-west side, there is a plan for ground placing of a power substation and a diesel generator.
 The access to the basements will be via four entrances, namely: three entrances from the north, and one entrance from the south, all controlled by batteries. The parking lots for 577 parking places are situated under the two buildings, on semi-levels one towards another, as they are all accessible via short platforms. All of the four main bodies serve the levels of the parking lot. There are technical premises situated at the places necessary. On level -1 under building 7, there is a conference hall situated with a serving annex and a trade area facing the terrace to the lake from the east.
 There are shops (showrooms) located on the ground floors intended for industrial goods, offices of those places inaccessible from the outside, storehouse on the terrain level from the west (Building 9), as well as entrance foyers. The organization of the areas proposed allows pedestrian access to the lake on an attractive break of Building 7 at level -1, and a ground floor (marking from both sides by a cafe and a conference hall), through its “internal yard”, to the “internal yard” of Building 9, where the axis, which is a formal continuation of the bridge in front of Building 10, finishes in a swimming pool accompanied by a water effect, surrounded by the foyer of Building 9. Thus there is an easy and spectacular access provided to the “internal yard” of Building 9 from the areas surrounding the lake, without having to go round Building 7.
 With respect to Building 7, the foyers are designed with a two-way access due to the parking lots for visitors situated from the “outside” of the building, and the access from the internal yard – due to the pedestrian axis “bridge – Building 9” and the turn-off from the alley for the purpose of having an untroubled getting off from a car with a driver. The break under Building 7 allows access to platforms for disabled people.
With respect to Building 9, there is a common foyer built, which leads to each one of the main bodies. The turn-off from the alley from the west to Building 9 allows access for disabled people along the platform of the pedestrian axis to the building foyer.
There are flexible office areas situated on all following levels in accordance with the standards of the Business Park.
 There is a simplified design proposed for the flat roofs-terraces, namely that the step-like volume is limited by a one-sided inclination of the boards along the body length with the purpose of preserving the original outline. The elevator machine premises, as well as the chiller aggregates will be positioned over the roofs.
The facade designs are a direct result of the concept for constructing the architectural volumes – the buildings to be “sculptured” in a way different from the surrounding ones, so that they are the contrathesis to the clear horizontals of “Holiday Inn” and Parking lot Π1, as well as to the quite colourful design of Building 10 on its west facade. There is a proposal for using reflecting glasses along the facades with the purpose of “opening” the volumes by reflecting the sky and the environment. Three kinds of facade designs have been proposed, namely: a hung facade, striped windows and a thick wall with window openings. The combination of these three allows a play with the inclinations and the horizontals of the slates. The surrounding walls are made of aerated concrete covered from the outside with heat insulation and reinforced mineral plaster, as heat insulation from mineral wadding is to be placed under the glass edging along the balustrades of Building 7.
The roof ramps are made of profiled sheet metal with a polyester cover or zinc sheet metal, the flat roofs are covered with round stones, and the roofs-terraces – with a covering of slates on plastic legs. The covering of the underground parking lots is of cement putty reinforced with fibres and attached to the slate with glue. There is a hydro-insulating bath made under and on the walls of the whole building. The materials used for the construction and the interior designs are non-combustible or hardly combustible.

  • All geodesic works have been completed – building supporting geodesic networks, leveling networks, axis networks, parts of the vertical planning, etc., by showing very good organization and a high level of professionalism.
  • As a result of the constant control on the preparation and the performance, the building works have been completed with a very high quality.
  • Regardless of the harsh working conditions there is no delay of the CAW due to the organizations of the geodesy part.
  • As a result of the due designing and the precise putting, as well as due to the constant control, the geometry of the newly built sites is very good, which has had a serious impact on the expenses for the finishing works.

Participation as a Chief Engineer-geodesist  to the company “:DIMEL” EOOD
  • Engineering geodesy – construction, high construction
  • Designing and putting of supporting networks
  • Designing
  • Designing
  • Layout
  • Levelling
  • Survey
  • Data processing and analyses