EOS has been appointed by Iccrea Banca Impresa S.p.A. as agent bank and by Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Roma as arranger bank as Technical Consultant to be entrusted with the Technical and Insurance Due Diligence and the subsequent Monitoring of the works of the construction intervention of the new headquarters of the Rectorate of the University of Roma Tre in Rome on Via Ostiense.
July 24, 2018
In the last few days, the works for the construction of the new Rectorate Headquarters of the University of Roma Tre in Rome in Via Ostiense have been started, for which EOS has been appointed by Iccrea Banca Impresa S.p.A., as agent bank, and by Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Roma, as arranger bank, as its Technical Consultant to be entrusted with the Technical and Insurance Due Diligence activities and the subsequent Monitoring of the works.
The project for the new headquarters of the Rectorate is part of the broader program of urban redevelopment of the ‘Ostiense-Marconi-Garbatella’ area, which aims to build and adapt spaces for the settlement of the University of “Roma Tre” studies. The MCA project, winner of a project financing concession tender, is developed in two distinct bodies of buildings with a particular ellipsoidal shape that will house the university functions of the DAMS Institute, the secretarial offices of the University and spaces dedicated to the Rectorate.
A large public square in front of the buildings is designed as a space of connection and crossing, but also as a place for meetings and rest, with the possibility of being equipped for cultural events. The dialogue between indoor and outdoor spaces is accentuated and guaranteed by the transparency of the large glass facades with which the buildings face the public square. The project was developed in accordance with the principles of passive design and environmental sustainability to minimize energy demand for the operation of the building and optimize comfort levels in the indoor and outdoor areas.
Work will take 30 months and is scheduled for completion by December 2020.