a restaurant, multi-purpose halls and the cloud, a family and educational space, on top of a spacious inner courtyard carrying on the initial idea of an agora as a multi-purpose building.
During a tour run by Sorigué the students taking part in the “Sustainable ceramic architecture” workshop were able to find out more about the facilities and how they were built thanks to the help of the centre’s director, Álvaro Borrás, the planning manager, Isabel Puig, and Sorigué Valencia’s construction manager, Juan Manuel Iruela.
In addition, students designed a technology/ construction arrangement with ceramic pieces of face brick in a maximum area of 10 m2.
This is where the company coordinated, monitored, and provided the staff and materials for constructing the works selected inside the UMH Altea Campus, coordinated by the following site crew: Diego Sánchez, Fernando Perales, Sandra Cabañero and Yolanda Martos. These facilities are currently being expanded by Sorigué.
This is the business group’s way of reasserting its commitment to helping advance the Valencian Community, where it opened an office in 2020. The Valencian branch is one of the nine offices and production centres that the Sorigué group boasts across Spain, on top of its three head offices in Lleida, Barcelona and Madrid.