CPI's latest issues features the report about an impressive housing construction project in Peru, that was realized with Reymann group's modular housing concept based on upcrete® technology.
The customer, Llaxta, is a construction development company based in Lima, Peru which approached the corporate group in Hockenheim for its most recent project in Ica approximately 300 km from Lima.
It was clear after the initial discussions between Llaxta and Ratec/Reymann Technik that the Group from Hockenheim, with its expertise gained from plant design, room module formwork, high-precision formwork technology and upcrete®, offers precisely the solutions required to implement a housing construction project of this size and with the necessary element quality. To handle the region's current huge demand for living space as quickly as possible and thus to ensure the project’s success, the production system must guarantee short construction times, cost-efficiency and high quality.
The requirements of the Peruvian customer are demanding: the aim is to create 3,600 houses each with 3 rooms, 70 m² living space on two floors its own patio and garden, on a site covering 1,000,000 m² within a period of only 60 months. The houses should be both earthquake-proof and also storm-proof and have a pleasant room climate. Other requirements are: excellent surface qualities, thin-walled cross-sections and minimization of the materials used.
Reymann Technik took over implementation of the turnkey plant as the general contractor, while RATEC developed and produced the formwork and pump technology