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Lisbon Operational Command Centre

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Lisbon Operational Command Centre - GLCS, Arquitectos
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  • Lisbon Operational Comand Centre - Refer, EP

    Located at the Braço de Prata Station in Lisbon, thisbuilding was conceived to hold all the railway traffic control systems of thecentral area of Portugal, and has technical and functional characteristics ofgreat complexity, namely concerning the spatial construction of the CommandRoom where the geometrics of the ergonomic relation between the operators andthe monitoring displays as well the articulation of all the infrastructures arecombined as a whole.
    The building is structuredaround a central space for the Control Room and the Situation Room, and the GroundFloor is reserved for theentrance, technical and staff facilities. In thesquared body, which goesalong the Command Room over the three floors, stand all the circulation andservice areas as well the administration.

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  • Client
    THALES – Security Solutions & Services, S.A.
    Location
    Braço de Prata Station - Lisbon - Portugal
    Built Area
    6.500m²
    Architecture
    Gonçalo Louro & Cláudia Santos – Arquitectos, Lda.
    Collaborators
    André Almeida, Paulo Costa, Tierri Luís, Ivo Garcia, Ruy Crisóstomo
    Specialities
    SE2P, Lda (Structure and Hidraulics) | GET, Lda (Mechanical Inst.) | RMGO, Lda (Electrical Inst.) | Acústica &Ambiente, Lda (Acoustics) | THALES, S.A. (Special Inst.)
    Photo
    Fernando Guerra
    Project /Conclusion Date
    Jan. 2006 / Oct. 2007



    Selected work by the jury of the World Architecture Festival - WAF, under the category "Transport" (Barcelona 2008)
    Nomminated work under the category Private Project and Project of the Year at the Construir Award (release 2007)



    www.glcs.pt
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