Torre El Rengle multifamily building in Mataró

Torre El Rengle multifamily building in Mataró

Complex with 60 housing units, businesses and offices. Two levels of underground parking with over 120 parking spaces and 60 storage rooms. Communal area with an indoor pool.

Acsa, Obras e Infraestructuras, S.A.
March 2016 – April 2018
Type of work:
€12,407,906.48 (VAT not included)

The building has a total of 60 two-, three- and four-bedroom housing units with spacious terraces and two stories of underground parking with over 120 parking spaces and 60 storage areas. The property includes a communal area with an indoor pool. The building faces the sea and sits along the Mataró Marina boardwalk.
The general facade of the building is made up of horizontal strips of white GRC that define each floor. GRC is very durable against the elements and is also low-maintenance.

The housing units open as much as possible to the outdoors, capturing views and light. Vertical strips of HPL with a wood finish serve as blind faces, while in each room there are windows and/or balconies that lead directly to the outdoor terrace.

In addition to the exterior “skin”, the facade consists of an air chamber with thermal and acoustic insulation, making the unit comfortable and conserving energy.

This is the first building project for which Sorigué has used BIM technology throughout the entire course of the project.


Technical data

Excavation of the basement with placement of interior supports.

Foundation pouring:
60-100 cm thick reinforced concrete core walls made with bentonite clay that is subsequently milled. Prefabricated driven piles and anchors. Lift slab.

Slab with bentonite layer, joints with coronation beams, screen walls and pits.

Flooring structure:
30 cm reinforced boulder concrete slab, rectangular section piles and slabs for stairs made of concrete reinforced on-site.

Walkable flat roof. The pool leisure area and garden are located here.

Interior divisions:
Brick walls separating housing units and plaster panels between rooms.

Natural oak parquet floor in the housing unit, porcelain stoneware in the bathrooms, and stoneware in communal areas.

Ventilated cladding with Trespa panels, GRC on balconies, curtain wall on lower floors, ALUCOBOND panels.

Wooden carpentry: White lacquered dressers and doors.
Aluminum carpentry: Aluminum carpentry and motorized retractable roller blinds.

Mortar renders, plaster, tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms. Smooth latex paint in housing units.