INASUS ACHIEVES THIRD WORK IN SWITZERLAND
The company specializing in remarkable structural facades has just won a third contract in Switzerland, a country where Inasus made its debut three years ago. This time, the work comes from HRS, one of the largest construction companies in the Swiss region.
The Bonnard Woeffray Architectes studio has designed the building for which Inasus will make the facades. It is a twenty-metre-high and five-story building with 120 luxury apartments, 3,000 square metres of commercial space, and 163 parking spaces distributed in two basements. In total, the building will occupy an area of 8,000 square metres. Inasus plans to start working on the construction in March next year and deliver it in July. According to the company’s calculations, fifty workers will be needed, including design, manufacture, and assembly.
Inasus made its debut in Switzerland with the construction of Lake Geneve Park‘s facades – a project for the country’s university awarded by the local construction company Steiner.
Since then, its subsidiary Inasus CH is opened there. The second project was the new headquarters of the Seagrave group in Lausanne (awarded by the construction company Losinger Marazzi, the Swiss branch of the Bouygues group).
The company stresses that the three mechanized centres are working three shifts for 24 hours. Its staff currently stands at 250 workers.