Extrusal architectural systems at the National Urban Rehabilitation Award in the Trade and Services category.
Lisbon, Porto Foz Tua and Tomar win the 2020 National Urban Rehabilitation Award
The winners of the National Prize for Urban Rehabilitation 2020 were announced last September 17, in a ceremony broadcast online that took place in the Paços do Concelho building of the Porto City Council, the host city of the current edition. This year, the event brought together 76 projects for competition from 18 municipalities in mainland Portugal and the islands.
Extrusal is proud for its participation in the Rehabilitation project of the Braamcamp 119 Building, located in Porto, winner of the National Prize for Urban Rehabilitation in the Commerce and Service Category, through its A.080 VEC aluminum facade systems and A doors. .055 in AC20PR. This project is part of the Extrusal works portfolio, which includes others of great national and international notoriety, of which Up Town (Vilamoura), Hotel Carlos Alberto (Porto), Monte dos Cordeiros (Alentejo), Sonae Tech Hub Building (Porto), Abbey Warf (London), Centro Congressos Vilamoura, Centro Estágios Benfica (Seixal), Jupiter Albufeira Hotel - Family & Fun and the Jupiter Marina Hotel, in Portimão.
The Braamcamp 119 Building, a former footwear factory (dating from 1926), has been converted into a service building that currently integrates TalkDesk , an emerging company in the area of communication and information technologies. This urban rehabilitation project was designed by the architect André da Costa Almeida and was in charge of the construction company Vilacelos Construções, SA and Serralharia Jorge Ribeiro, Lda.
Co-organized by Vida Imobiliária and Promevi , the National Urban Rehabilitation Prize has the High Sponsorship of the Government of Portugal and the support of SECIL, as well as the contribution of several companies in the real estate and services sector.
With the exception of the prize for the project with the best energy efficiency, which is awarded by ADENE, the remaining winners were chosen by an independent jury that included in the current edition the economist João Duque, the architects João Santa-Rita and João Carlos Santos, as well as engineers Manuel Reis Campos and Vasco Peixoto de Freitas.
Photography: Ivo Tavares Studio