Geoplast Projects

A new Mountain Shelter near Trento in Fiemme Valley, Italy

Project size
  • 2250 m2

New Nautilus Evo, our permanent void former for lightweight bidirectional slabs, and Multimodulo, our permanent crawl space formwork, multiple version, were chosen in Predazzo, Fiemme Valley in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region. Here, they were used for the construction of the new Bellamonte Mountain Shelter near Bellamonte  – Alpe Lusia Ski Center, a very famous ski area in the Fiemme Valley.

New Nautilus Evo and Multimodulo perfectly lent themselves for this project, that was commissioned by Conci Costruzioni Srl. The shelter will be provided with a bar and a restaurant and opened all year around. Our solutions were an excellent choice because they are ideal for these types of buildings. In particular, 800 sqm of New Nautilus Evo H20 were used for the construction of the first slab and 500 sqm ca of New Nautilus Evo H28 for the second slab. They offered the reduction of the slab’s weight up to the 30%, together with the rigidity of the bi-directional behavior of the slabs, that make easier the operations in any type of worksite.

950 sqm of Multimodulo H30 were then used for the shelter’s foundations. This solution is ideal for the construction of solid foundation slabs, with a high load-bearing capacity both static and dynamic. It creates a light foundation, reducing the concrete consumption and creating a void space for the ventilation and the passage of installations.

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