Industrial
Projects ยป Industrial

Factory for Fantasia Elastics (Pvt) Ltd, at Mt. Lavinia (2009)

This two story pre-engineered steel factory building is used to house an elastic manufacturing plant which includes much heavy machinery, stores, Offices, Dying Machines etc. The building is a 10m high structure with long eve roofs which follows the shape of the elongated site. Much concern has been given to maximizing labor intensity with regard to design.

Morex Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, at Homagama (2004)

Factory for WW Synergy Clothing (Pvt) Ltd, at Seethawaka.

WW Synergy Clothing (Pvt.) Ltd. is a state of the art garment manufacturing facility employing 800 workers, the building is provided with all amenities including Electrical, Air Conditioning, worker facilities, and other utilities necessary for the up market manufacturing of garments.

The building extends on 860800m 2 of floor with a butler pre engineered steel building. The distinguishable frontage of the building diverges from the monotony associated with factories. The imposing nature of the entrance and the Office building in front at 2 levels modulates and gives a depth in perspective.

The building extends on 860800m 2 of floor with a butler pre engineered steel building. The distinguishable frontage of the building diverges from the monotony associated with factories. The imposing nature of the entrance and the Office building in front at 2 levels modulates and gives a depth in perspective.

Motha Confectionery Works, Ganemulla

Warehouse Complex for Adamjee Lukmunjee & Sons

The four story ware house complex is situated on an urban site. The building contains the warehouse at the lower levels, corporate office at the top floor, and the food processing plant in the mezzanine floor. The building has been designed to carry a load of 10KNm-2 impose load.

The design is focused on capturing the views of the surrounding, it also concerns easy circulation in and around the premises, especially as many vehicles access the site, provided the function of the building. Numerous parking options have been created through the arrangement of the building foot print.