Today Betarq finalises the last phase of the renovation of the Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I hotel. It has been more than 5 years where various agents have passed and the Betarq team has always remained as a architectural team in all the phases of the project.
By the volume of the intervention and by the size of the building, the works and, therefore, the projects in 3 Phases (FASE I, PHASE II and FASE III) were planned.
– Fase I
To expedite compliance with the corrective measures for Environmental Adequacy, a 1st Phase was processed affecting the basement areas -3, -2, -1, ground floor and Mezzanine floor which are the areas where the greatest number of deficiencies were detected.
– Fase II
Basically the works of this second phase were those corresponding to the interior reform of the rooms to suit the standards of the new manager, Fairmont, in which the interior furniture is changed, they are made a mess with respect to the existing closures to increase the sound insulation, the access door is changed, a new false ceiling is made in the lobby and bathroom , all facilities, carpets and wall coverings are changed. Given these works, compliance with environmental adequacy corrective measures affecting room plants, which consisted of the change of RF doors and sealing of fire sectors in service areas that in these plants were the stairs and service offices were also addressed.
– Fase III
Public spaces: The ground floor lobby was renovated. Without changing its use as a public space a remodeling of the furniture was done, the bar was relocated, the 2 existing shops were removed from the side of the Polo restaurant that in this way favored the evacuation tours and laid the tents on the side of the offices, where until then there were meeting rooms for rent. A refurbishment of the reception counters is also vafiant and the wooden terraces were removed in the center of the Lobby. Also changed the existing carpet, hung an ornamental water source and changed the pavement of the access area to another type of marble “Calacatta”, the rest of the pavement was maintained with a new carpet.
Common spaces: Acted in some of the service spaces, offices, evacuation stairs, etc. of the areas linked to the Lobby on the ground floor and the Mezzanine floor.
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