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    Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), Cuajimalpa Campus

    A building based on sustainability: treatment plants, green areas on rooftops and photovoltaic cells for outdoor lighting. Its construction allowed the grouping of all community students in one place.

    The building has eight floors and spacious courtyards and interior glazed bridges to enable natural lighting and ventilation, with the energy saving benefits this implies. It has 470 parking spaces, a library, auditorium, classrooms, workshops, laboratories, cubicles for teachers, outdoor forum, sports facilities, green areas, administrative offices and dining room.

    In 2014, Obras magazine recognised the UAM Cuajimalpa Torre III as the best work in the category of "Urbanism and Social Impact", as it meets all required standards and maintains construction, high social and environmental standards, while minimising energy consumption and promoting the optimal development of the student community.

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    Cuajimalpa, Ciudad de México. Mexico
    Contract type
    Design and construction
    Infrastructure: 44,000 m2 surface area, 65 classrooms with capacity for 1,200 students (600 per shift) and 88 cubicles for academic staff and 14 research laboratories and an IT, software factory, networks laboratory and structured programming areas.
    Year of project completion

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