JG Ingenieros has provided the facilities engineering service for the design and construction management of the Royal Collections Museum, the work of the architects Luis M. Mansilla and Emilio Tuñón.
The museum consists of a total of 46,283 m2 built, of which 18,666 m2 correspond to exhibition rooms, 10,604 m2 to warehouses and 5,200 m2 to an underground car park of 100 spaces. The complex, with 6 floors, is located between the Royal Palace and the Almudena, next to the Campo del Moro Gardens, and contains pieces of National Heritage and collections that have no place in the Royal Palace.
This project has been awarded at the XIII Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, 2016 edition, in the Heritage and Transformation category.
Promoter: Board of Directors of Patrimonio Nacional
Architecture: Mansilla + Tuñón Architects
Budget: €130 million
Facilities budget: €31 million