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Height: Architectural 103.4 m / 339 ft
Height: Occupied 93.8 m / 308 ft
Height: To Tip 103.4 m / 339 ft
Floors Above Ground 31
Floors Below Ground 2
# of Elevators 12
Top Elevator Speed 3 m/s
Tower GFA 37,000 m² / 398,265 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 631


Official Name Torre Europarco
Other Names Provincia di Roma Headquarters
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Italy
City Rome
Street Address & Map Via Giovanni Nicotera 7
Postal Code 00195
Building Function office
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2000
Construction Start 2009
Completion 2012

Companies Involved

Owner BNP Paribas REIM Germany
Developer Parsitalia Real Estate s.r.l.; Europarco Srl
Design Studio Transit
Structural Engineer
Design Studi di Ingegneria - Pagnoni-Vita
MEP Engineer
Design Enetec srl; Euro-components spa; Panzeri spa; Siet spa
Project Manager Parsitalia General Contractor s.r.l.
Main Contractor Parsitalia General Contractor s.r.l.
Other Consultant
Façade Focchi S.p.A.
Material Supplier
• Elevator KONE
• Formwork DOKA Italia

About Torre Europarco

The Europarco Business Park is a new development on the south side of Rome; a mixed-use complex which encourages adjacent business and residential buildings. Europarco Tower is the main office tower of the complex, and is intended to act as the main icon of the community.

The skin of the building was developed to respond to environmental conditions, involving the use of insulated panels interspersed within the façade system, as well as vertical fins and solar blinds for shading. The cladding system is made of prefabricated units which are either glazed or opaque, and are arranged in order to provide optimum daylighting for each interior space. The glazed units are also operable, allowing users to control natural ventilation to the space.

The building draws on the tri-generation power plant of the complex, using highly efficient power. It also has a rainwater harvesting system which will supply water for toilets and irrigation.

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