Operating since 1979, EURODOMICA® is a leading aluminum construction company in Greece, recognised for its superior quality, high aesthetics and its ability to exceed the expectations of its most demanding customers worldwide. Since its inception, EURODOMICA® has never stopped growing, expanding and investing in state-of-theart equipment, latest technologies and highly skilled specialised manpower. In so doing it produces innovative aluminium systems that cater for the needs and desires of its customers in the architectural, industrial and home improvement markets.

For 40 years now, the extensive expertise, the
profound specialisation, the comprehensive
experience gained on innumerable major
complicated projects and the professionalism that
underpins the company’s approach to every project
irrespective of size, has put EURODOMICA® in a
leading position within the industry.

Through continuous research, EURODOMICA®
designs and produces high quality products
and customised solutions, in accordance to the
customers’ requirements and international market
demands, but always with the strictest conformity to
the respective regulations and certifications of the
countries or regions of the project. Having one of the
largest and most contemporary plants, with a very
high investment in equipment and an automated
production line, EURODOMICA® has achieved its main
objective: “to deliver an excellent, cost efficient final
product, in the least possible time”.

EURODOMICA® has already established an extensive
sales network in several countries, with a remarkable
portfolio of major projects and strong partnerships
worldwide, including: South Africa, Europe, Qatar,
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and America.

One of our latest projects is the construction and
completion of the “Thriassio Freight Complex” in
Athens, Greece, for which we also won a great
distinction at the 14th Aluminum & Constructions
Forum. This project entailed the modernisation and
restructuring of the freight railway network in Greece
which formed part of the reignition of the Greek
economy following its collapse in 2009.
The underlying concept of this great project was “all
rail freight activities under one roof” and its goal was
to maximise the efficiency of the freight rail industry of
the country through the creation of an ultra-modern,
ultra-efficient freight complex that would act as a
model development for other rail nodes in the country
and in Europe

The project entails an area of 760 000m² of
land and the built area covers a total of 17 500m²
above the ground level with a further 3 350m² of
underground areas.

The complex includes a shunting yard, a container
terminal, a customs house, storehouses, stabling points,
cleaning facilities, administration buildings and all other
necessary installations. The construction specificity of
the project lies in the geometry of the buildings, which
was characterised by the use of curved facades. It
took a great deal of study for the manufacture and
installation of the cladding materials to better reflect
the architectural aspect in reality.

The project entailed three components:
1. Cladding of buildings with over 7 000m2 of
APC (aluminium composite panels), which were
installed without visible supports (screws, rivets,
etc), but with concealment and the use of special
adhesives. This way of applying this material
requires special experience and attention to the
infrastructure, construction and installation, which
in combination with the particular geometry of the
panels (curved, tables, multi-level), makes their
application extremely demanding.
2. Manufacture and installation of over 2 000m2 of
motorised and fixed aluminium shading blinds
placed at special geometry openings (trapezoids
and curves). It entailed a study and construction of a
special (hidden) infrastructure in order for their fitting
to be perfect both in appearance and functionality.
3. Manufacture, supply and installation of over
3 000m2 of unitized curtain wall systems
and over 1000m2 of U-glass which have also
been manufactured and fitted with specific
manufacturing methods such as prismatic cuts,
fastenings and special supports.

The objective was to achieve a combination and
integration of the various claddings of the building
shells with other coating materials such as U-glass,
Trespa and Kalzip, achieving a perfect match
between the materials, both functionally (watertight,
wind load bearing, static, etc) as well as overtly by the
use of special installation designs and procedures

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