Two towers of 24 and 18 floors were built in addition to the basements and ground floor, connected by two bridges with inclined and converging finish. Also included is a four-story annex building containing the Social Security Fund offices.
The complex is 105m high at its highest point. The top floor functions as a tourist viewpoint, with unique views of the city and an operating capacity of 500 visits per day.
These are intelligent buildings with communication services, data, IP telephony, Internet, monitoring and control with video cameras, automatic air conditioning systems, lighting control, ventilation, access control and security offices. Everything is controlled by a Building Manager System (BMS) system.
The facade of tinted double glazed glass with an air chamber minimizes energy expenditure. On the facades facing north, sun visors on the glass control solar radiation while maintaining a view of the city. Natural lighting has been a priority, as has having a suitable combination of lighting fixtures with light sensors.
The “turnkey” approach included fully equipping the building with high quality finishes. The offices include technical floors, modern carpeting and modern furniture, lighting, partitions and woodwork partitions, etc. The complex also contains a large auditorium for 120, fully equipped with acoustic paneling and a complete audio system. The project has eight high-speed elevators plus two hydraulic elevators in support areas.