Aircraft hangar at DronePort

Award: Nominee
Tekst: At the former military airport in Brustem, a gatehouse and new aircraft hangar symbolise the future of the fledgling drone industry. The facade and roof of the shed are both made of metal sandwich panels and form a single whole, whilst preformed steel plates are used for the curves in the ridges. The decision to use spatial steel truss structures was driven by the need for a large area free of supporting columns to stable the aircraft. The building is made up of two main volumes in the form of two porticoes of lattice girders converging on a central column. The 6,650 m2 hangar will therefore only have one central row of columns, for which a W-profile lattice structure has been chosen. The top and bottom rail are made of rolled H-profiles in HEA180 and HEA200 respectively, whilst internal members are square box sections (90/4; 100/4; 120/4). Steel grade S235 was used as standard, except for the bottom rail of the main trusses which is in S275.
Magazine: https://www.infosteel.be/images/magazine/info-steel-64/82/index.html
Plaats: Lichtenberglaan 1090, Sint-Truiden
Opdrachtgever: Droneport, Sint-Truiden
Architect: dbv architecten, Hasselt
Studiebureau: Macobo-Stabo, Tessenderlo
Hoofdaannemer: MTS Systems, Sint-Truiden
Staalbouwer: MTS Systems, Sint-Truiden
Ander staal: MTS Systems, Sint-Truiden (facades)
Infosteelleden: Kingspan
Foto: Droneport
At the former military airport in Brustem, a gatehouse and new aircraft hangar symbolise the future of the fledgling drone industry. The facade and roof of the shed are both made of metal sandwich panels and form a single whole, whilst preformed steel plates are used for the curves in the ridges. The decision to use spatial steel truss structures was driven by the need for a large area free of supporting columns to stable the aircraft. The building is made up of two main volumes in the form of two porticoes of lattice girders converging on a central column. The 6,650 m2 hangar will therefore only have one central row of columns, for which a W-profile lattice structure has been chosen. The top and bottom rail are made of rolled H-profiles in HEA180 and HEA200 respectively, whilst internal members are square box sections (90/4; 100/4; 120/4). Steel grade S235 was used as standard, except for the bottom rail of the main trusses which is in S275.

Bouwmaterialendorp

Plaats: Brussel- Bruxelles
Architect: TETRA architecten
Foto: Filip Dujardin
Compact, met klasse

Compact, met klasse

Ondertitel: Indrukwekkende stalen spiltrap, een sculpturaal element
Tekst: Veel gemeenten in ons land moeten het nog altijd stellen met verouderde infrastructuur die vaak over het ganse grondgebied verspreid ligt. Dat was ook het geval in Machelen. De gemeente die paalt aan de luchthaven van Zaventem wilde de versnipperde kantoren en werkplaatsen voor haar diensten in één complex samenbrengen. Een op het eerste gezicht best haalbare opdracht ware het niet dat de oppervlakte waar het nieuw gebouw moest komen strikt beperkt was en er ook oplossingen moesten aangereikt worden voor de akoestische problemen veroorzaakt door het vliegverkeer.
Magazine: https://www.infosteel.be/images/magazine/info-steel-67/54/index.html
Plaats: F. Timmermanslaan, Machelen
Opdrachtgever: Haviland Intercommunale, Zellik Gemeente Machelen, Machelen
Architect: WE-S architecten, Gentbrugge
Studiebureau: BM-engineering, Kortrijk
Hoofdaannemer: Vandenbussche Algemene bouwonderneming, Aalter
Staalbouwer: Vranckx industries metaalconstructies, Kampenhout
Ander staal: Metalprojects (spiltrap), Overpelt LD-services (balustrades), Zulte MSB Zelzate (gevels), Zelzate
Infosteelleden: ArcelorMittal, BM-engineering
Foto: Johnny Umans

Distributiecentrum voor Henco Industries

Ondertitel: Een performant nieuwbouwmagazijn
Award: 0
Magazine: https://www.infosteel.be/images/magazine/info-steel-64/92/index.html
Plaats: Toekomstlaan (HRT) 27, Herentals
Opdrachtgever: Henco Industries, Herentals
Architect: Marckx Architecten, Rumst
Studiebureau: ASK Romein, Malle
Hoofdaannemer: ASK Romein, Malle
Staalbouwer: ASK Romein, Malle
Ander staal: Montagewerken Jacobs, Arendonk (gevels)
Infosteelleden: ASK-Romein, Kingspan
Foto: Sepp van Dun (LUCID)
Henco Industries, een Kempense producent van buizen en fittingen voor sanitair en verwarming, had door zijn sterke groei nood aan een eigen distributiecentrum. Ze wilden hiervoor alles uit de kast halen om hun dagelijkse werking zo duurzaam, efficiënt en innovatief mogelijk te maken. 

Een performant nieuwbouwmagazijn werd in een recordtempo opgetrokken vlak bij de productieplant. Er is gekozen voor een hybride gebouw met betonkolommen en stalen vakwerkspanten. De onderlinge afstand tussen de steunkolommen bedraagt 24 m. Op deze manier kon het aantal kolommen fors gereduceerd worden en werd bijgevolg de opslagruimte gemaximaliseerd (12.510 m2). In totaal passen er niet minder dan 21.500 palletten in het gebouw. 

Het gebouw is opgebouwd met geprofileerde stalen dakplaten (steeldeck), sandwichpanelen (KS1000AWP en - Supreme Quadcore, microrib RAL 9006 van Kingspan). En is voorzien van een betonplint en een supervlakke betonvloer, inclusief een inductielus voor de heftrucks. Het project bevat in totaal 360 ton S235 & S355 staal, waarvan een deel brandwerend werd geschilderd tot Rf 120 minuten.

Distribution centre for Henco Industries

Award: 0
Tekst: Henco Industries, a producer of pipes and fittings for the sanitary and heating trade, was growing fast and needed its own distribution centre. The company wanted to make its daily operations as sustainable, efficient and innovative as it possibly could. A hybrid design made up of concrete columns and steel trusses was selected and the efficient new warehouse was built in record time close to the production plant. To reduce the number of columns and maximise the available storage space, the support columns were spaced 24 m apart, resulting in a building with a storage area of 12,510 m² capable of holding no less than 21,500 pallets. The building comprises a steel deck, sandwich panels with a concrete plinth and a super-flat concrete floor that incorporates an induction loop for forklift trucks. A total of 360 tonnes of S235 and S355 steel were used in the project, part of which was treated with fire-resistant paint to give a fire resistance of 120 min.
Magazine: https://www.infosteel.be/images/magazine/info-steel-64/92/index.html
Plaats: Toekomstlaan (HRT) 27, Herentals
Opdrachtgever: Henco Industries, Herentals
Architect: Marckx Architecten, Rumst
Studiebureau: ASK Romein, Malle
Hoofdaannemer: ASK Romein, Malle
Staalbouwer: ASK Romein, Malle
Ander staal: Montagewerken Jacobs, Arendonk (facades)
Infosteelleden: ASK-Romein, Kingspan
Foto: Sepp van Dun (LUCID)
Henco Industries, a producer of pipes and fittings for the sanitary and heating trade, was growing fast and needed its own distribution centre. The company wanted to make its daily operations as sustainable, efficient and innovative as it possibly could. A hybrid design made up of concrete columns and steel trusses was selected and the efficient new warehouse was built in record time close to the production plant. To reduce the number of columns and maximise the available storage space, the support columns were spaced 24 m apart, resulting in a building with a storage area of 12,510 m² capable of holding no less than 21,500 pallets. The building comprises a steel deck, sandwich panels with a concrete plinth and a super-flat concrete floor that incorporates an induction loop for forklift trucks. A total of 360 tonnes of S235 and S355 steel were used in the project, part of which was treated with fire-resistant paint to give a fire resistance of 120 min.

Do-it-yourself store infilled into existing block

Award: 0
Tekst: To make a new shop stand out from the ribbon development around it, the building was knitted into the middle of the existing block like a snake-shaped Tetris piece. It was given a typical industrial form with a slightly sloping roof, and the facade was cut out at the front. The entire upper structure including columns, girders, walls, roof and exterior panels were made of S235 steel and were delivered and assembled on site. The heavy girders for the basement cover called for care and precision. In all, more than 76 tonnes of steel were processed. The anthracite-grey JI WALL 1000 VB M facade panels were supplied by Joris Ide, as were the 0.75 mm type 106 galvanised Steeldeck roofing sheets. The roof cladding itself is made of PVC and the whole construction was fire proofed. Elongated skylights were fitted in the new roof areas where necessary.
Magazine: https://www.infosteel.be/images/magazine/info-steel-64/88/index.html
Plaats: Brugstraat 20, Sint-Job-in-‘t-Goor
Opdrachtgever: Projectvisie, Wijnegem
Architect: Polygoon Architectuur, Antwerpen
Studiebureau: Ingenieursbureau Concreet, Kapellen
Controlebureau: Planet (Sweco), Antwerpen
Hoofdaannemer: Bouwbedrijf Menbo, Essen
Staalbouwer: Martens Constructies, Hoogstraten
Ander staal: Martens Constructies, Hoogstraten (facades)
Infosteelleden: Joris Ide
Foto: Jessy van der Werff fotografie
To make a new shop stand out from the ribbon development around it, the building was knitted into the middle of the existing block like a snake-shaped Tetris piece. It was given a typical industrial form with a slightly sloping roof, and the facade was cut out at the front. The entire upper structure including columns, girders, walls, roof and exterior panels were made of S235 steel and were delivered and assembled on site. The heavy girders for the basement cover called for care and precision. In all, more than 76 tonnes of steel were processed. The anthracite-grey JI WALL 1000 VB M facade panels were supplied by Joris Ide, as were the 0.75 mm type 106 galvanised Steeldeck roofing sheets. The roof cladding itself is made of PVC and the whole construction was fire proofed. Elongated skylights were fitted in the new roof areas where necessary.

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