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Judicial City takes shape in San Juan

The Judicial City already has a winner for the formulation of its draft. The Ministry will sign with the winning
Architecture
arquitectura-san-juan
14 January, 2020

The future Judicial City of San Juan will be built on the 10-hectare site that belonged to the former Cavic and that the provincial Government ceded to the Judiciary to build the play. According to judicial sources, the contract to draw up the executive draft of the Judicial City, which contains certain points, would be signed. The conditions of the tender documents, the detail of the construction to be carried out and all relevant recommendations for optimal development .

The aim is that the architecture firm will hire the specialists in the different areas to carry out the project with the bases for the tender. The idea is to be able to call a tender for construction of the work before the end of the year with the executive project.

The Court of Justice, together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and the College of Architects of San Juan, launched a national competition for the realization of the architectural project of the future Judicial City. The contest was won by the studio formed by architects Bruno Giancola, Ricardo Herce, Bruno José Giancola and Augusto Rodríguez.

What will the Judicial City look like?

According to the winning draft, the building of the City Judicial would have three bodies; some have six floors, others less. One of the bodies will house the administrative part and the Court of Justice. It will be linked with the other two, where the courts and prosecutors’ offices will be located, through a bridge. In addition, there will be two subfloors for parking.

The front of the building will be located in Calle Benavídez. He the general public would enter through Tucumán street. People deprived of their freedom would do it down the side street of Route 40 so that they have an easy entry and exit. The preliminary draft provides for the implementation of the work in three stages, which, once completed, will become the Judicial City.

Source: BuildArchitecture Platform –Judicial branch San Juan

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