Nevo Construcciones Industrializadas has new facilities in Almería on a total area of 26,000 sqm. The production is concentrated in a 4,500 sqm warehouse in which some of its latest industrialized construction projects are already underway and will be transferred to their respective works for its download and placement.
The new facilities have a production capacity of up to 9,000 sqm per year in a single production shift. These facilities previously housed the production and storage of precast concrete elements for the AVE works, which are still ongoing.
"We work in a sector in which sustainability is a great added value and, specifically, industrialized construction provides notable environmental benefits by saving water and reducing polluting emissions. With these precedents, our system contributes from the base to a greater energy savings and we also achieve products with which to obtain certificates of sustainable construction as demanding as BREEAM, "says Alberto Ordaz, partner at Nevo Construcciones Industrializadas.
In fact, the chain production process is carried out with the aim of increasing efficiency and reducing execution time and use of resources. In this way, the worker's work is facilitated, with the aim of increasing the quality of the final product.
"All the machines are electric and with this we achieve the decarbonisation of production. In addition, we continue working to offset all emissions and to consume renewable energy, which will allow us to offer emission-neutral products," explains Ordaz.
"We have a pond for the decantation of the water before it is discharged into the network. Thanks to this we purify the consumed water and separate it from solid waste, reducing its contamination to the maximum. Compliance with the SDGs and the fight against change Climate conditions are in the DNA of our company and are part of our corporate values. Not only do we want to avoid polluting emissions at source, but also that our products have a long useful life at destination thanks to the quality of the raw materials and our construction systems " Ordaz concludes.