Inalca’s carini slaughtering plant in Sochocin, Poland, is spread over a total area of 46.000 sqm articulated over five total factory buildings. BIMON was in charge of the multidisciplinary full detailed and constructive design, in particular, the designs and related BIM models for the architectural and MEP engineering discipline were produced up to the issuance of the issued for construction drawings.
Cremonini Group’s INALCA meat slaughtering and processing plant will be built in Sochocin, Poland. The complex will cover an area of about 46,000 square meters, articulating into different buildings, some of which are existing and will be subject to upgrading interventions and others of new construction.
The Cremonini Group, through INALCA, is the absolute leader in Italy and one of the largest European players in the beef sector.
In Italy, Inalca’s industrial structure consists of 20 plants specialized by types of processing.
Abroad there are 8 production plants, in Russia, Canada, the United States, the Canary Islands and Hong Kong. In Poland, with the activation and construction of a major slaughtering plant in Sochocin, Inalca completes and consolidates its presence on the East-European chessboard.
BIMON was responsible for the development of the executive design of the electrical, special, and mechanical systems
working alongside the Client for multidisciplinary coordination, the production of construction drawings and the extraction of all quantities necessary for purchasing control with respect to Building B and the Rack