Architect
as project manager
of Original projects


SOCHNEV Alexander

The project of overhaul of the shopping center "Leader" was developed within the framework of the second stage of the development of a large shopping center in the city of Engels. The second construction phase included 18,113 square meters of retail space, located in the ground floor level. The planning concept was based on the allocation of three large trading blocks for anchor tenants ("Stroylandia", "Eldorado", "Detsky Mir"), one large food court and fifty three trade sections, ranging from 36.79 m2  to 272.16 m2 for medium and small tenants.

The project also provided for two full-scale unloading zones and an office and administrative part for the personnel of the Stroydelia store. Since the overhaul project was developed in the conditions of a large number of existing utilities (heating, water supply, automatic fire extinguishing, electric cable mains), many of which pass through the premises of the shopping center, we applied the BIM-modeling method that allows us to place the projected engineering networks, not crossing in any place with already existing networks.

Visualization in the voluminous-spatial model of the building's constructions in conjunction with the engineering and technical support networks made it possible to prepare in a short time the working documentation for the capital repair of the building, in which the intersections of the designed structures and utilities with the networks already installed are excluded. Visualization in the voluminous-spatial model of the building's constructions in combination with the networks of engineering and technical support made it possible to prepare in a short time the working documentation for the capital repair of the building, in which the intersections of the designed structures and engineering communications with those already installed are excluded.

Total project area: 17 333 m 2
Building area: 18 495 m 2
Effective area: 14 887 m 2
Building volume: 106 579 m 3
Project time: 2015 - 2016
Year of project implementation: 2016