The project consists of the construction of new CIMeC laboratories in building 10, the former tobacco factory in Rovereto (TN).
The new premises are designed to house the laboratories of CIMeC research center in the former tobacco factory, with the aim of concentrating in a single center the various functions that are currently scattered over the territory between Mattarello and Rovereto.
The new Building 10 is built partly underground and partly above ground on the site of the metal shed, which was demolished to make it possible to reclaim the area during the war.
The new space is designed as a glass pavilion on the ground floor, placed in physical and visual continuity with the market and garden spaces, which contains most of the public functions of CIMeC center, such as the library, the café and a small conference room, and it is characterized by the presence of a “technical” floor containing the technological installations necessary for the operation of the laboratories.
The roof of this above-ground space will house bulky laboratory equipment.