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MOTA‐ENGIL COMPLETES PARKING
GARAGE WORK
IN LISBON
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PARKING GARAGE NEXT TO THE LISBON ZOO HAD THE CONCESSIONAIRE SERPARQUE AS THE CLIENT, WITH A CONTRACT VALUE OF 4,264,000 EUROS.
W ith three  oors, it has one dedicated entry and one
dedicated exit, both one‐way, directly to and from the Square’s service
road, seeking to enable movement around it and to favour the di erent connections to the urban fabric, respecting the location’s topography.
Access between  oors is done using dedicated one‐way ramps with a width of 4.25 m, which were positioned to enable a smooth and constant  ow between the  oors by those who are looking for a place to park and by the users heading out. In this context, the intent was to avoid all vehicle crossings and to enable their direct insertion in the di erent  oors without turns with abrupt angles, thus ensuring perfect
visibility in all manoeuvres associated with movement within the park.
The Parking Garage has a capacity of 301 parking spaces, four of which are for people of reduced mobility, with an area of around 3,085 m2 per  oor.
Making the parking garage compatible with the Square and with the multiple existing accesses, as well as with
the surrounding environment, was
a focus of special attention, as was
the interconnection with the project’s di erent areas, re ected in the
parking garage’s positioning, namely
in the surface accesses (stairs, lift and ventilation grilles), which are intended to be positioned to ensure a framing that is discreet but also clearly visible and
accessible to the users within the formal order created and represented in the general layout of the Preliminary Study of the Sete Rios Interface.
The basic concept adopted in the layout of the parking spaces is that
of perpendicular parking, with the project’s basic dimensions for parking spaces consisting of the following:
• Width of the lanes: 5.50 m
• Size of the parking bay: Length: 5.00 m
Width: 2.40 m to 2.50 m
The Parking Garage was built making use of peripheral retaining with a technology of reinforced concrete pile curtains and, in some areas, traditional walls, temporarily supported by anchors
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