The contract for the construction of the commercial center, located in the Khimki district of Moscow, an investment project of LLC IKEA MOS (Retail and Property), was signed in August 2003 and included all additional work.
The commercial center occupies a 44-hectare plot and is primarily a two-storey building with an additional mezzanine floor of 3,000 m2 for the cinema complex, having a total construction area of 186,000 m2, including the 32,000 m2 car park.
The structure of the Mega Building is predominantly reinforced concrete, with steel and pre-cast concrete columns of various spans up to 24 m.
The IKEA Office building, which is connected to the Mega building, is a separate threestorey reinforced concrete structure, with a construction area of 5,000 m2 and the Auchan hypermarket building is another separate, single-storey building connected to the main Mega Building. It has a mezzanine floor and has a construction area of 46,000 m2 including a 22,000 m2 underground parking space.
All the facades on the buildings are a combination of insulated sandwich panels, brick walls and glazing.
The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) OBI Store, constructed at the northwest end of the Mega building is 19,000 m2. The main part of the building features reinforced concrete columns, a steel roof structure and a façade made of sandwich panel cladding. Its winter garden section has steel structure columns, a roof and a fully glazed façade.
The main entrance of the Mega building opens onto a main hall with an area of 6,000 m2, has a space truss roof with spans of up to 52 m and accommodates a food court, cafes and coffee shops, adorned with vegetation, and an ice rink that operates throughout the year.
IKEA Mega Commercial Centre
Scope of Work
|Land Plot||44 ha|
|Construction Area||186,000 m²|
|Total Floor Area||212,644 m²|
|Car Park Area||32,000 m²|
LocationMoscow, Russian Federation
ENKA SCOPE OF SERVICES
The scope of the project included all the design, procurement and construction (all civil, structural, architectural, MEP and utility works).
The mechanical and electrical systems included in the project were HVAC, hot and cold water supply and fire water mains, power supply and lighting, intruder alarm system, CCTV system, fire alarm and fully automatic sprinkler systems, public announcement and emergency evacuation systems, smoke extraction and pressurization systems, building automation and control systems, as well as a theatrical sound and lighting system, located in the main hall, above the ice rink.
SIGNIFICANT FEATURES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- During periods of busiest activity, about 1,700 workers and technical and administrative personnel had been employed in the project.