10 November 2016 – Expansión
The Airbus group has decided to unify its offices in Madrid into one large site. (…).
The new facilities will be located on land that Airbus owns alongside its factory in Getafe. Lamela, the architecture firm that won the tender to design the site, is drawing up plans for the complex, which will have a total surface area of 54,000 m2 and which will house 1,600 staff.
According to sources at the architecture studio, the new campus will include three new spaces: two modules for the central offices, buildings for IM (Information Management) and CPD (Data Processing Centre), a canteen, with capacity for 3,000 people, and an identification centre.
According to the proposed timetable, the plans will be ready during the first quarter of 2017 and construction work will begin soon after that, with the likely completion date at the end of 2018. (…).
Original story: Expansión (by R. Arroyo and R. Ruiz)
Translation: Carmel Drake