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1. The property
The property is located in Balatonföldvár, in the interior, near the main road No. 7, north of it, in the central part of the settlement. The area of the lot is 6493 m2.
The property was previously part of a larger property (18070 m2), which was recently divided into several parts, the detached buildings in poor technical condition were demolished, except for the two larger buildings on the property (the multi-storey building of the former Juventus hostel). and the ground floor restaurant building).
Currently, the hotel building is empty and unused, the restaurant building is used partially and intermittently.
The main building was built in 1980 as a 208-bed hotel as part of the Express International Resort Camp.
2. Builder concept and goals
Changing the current situation and recognizing the potential of the property, the builder decided to rebuild and renovate the hotel building and its restaurant building with the intention of creating marketable, self-contained holiday units with separate sub-units.
In the first phase of the investment, the investor will revitalize the hotel building - which, due to its nature (cellular, mid-corridor hotel), meets the set goal - and in the second phase of development, the restaurant will create unique holiday units and service spaces and storage facilities. The existing pool and its surroundings will be renewed, our mechanical equipment will be replaced with modern ones, and its environment will be designed according to the new function and needs.
3. Architectural concept
For the two buildings of different scales and types, the following objectives and conceptual principles were formulated prior to the renovation:
1. Building (former hostel):
- creation of a division of the holiday unit "strung" into the middle corridor and fitting to the existing cellular (tunnel formwork) system
- creation of relatively small (mostly single or double cell) modules
- only the creation of community and storage spaces is on the necessary scale, because there is a more favorable opportunity for this in the restaurant building
- preservation of the support system and elements in their present condition
In addition to these goals, the concept of reconstruction was developed, the starting point of which is that the buildings will be demolished to a structural level, and a complete exterior and interior design and renovation will take place.
4. Design of destination units:
The basic goal and the main element of the given development is the division of the building into purpose units. According to the investor's concept, starting from the cellular nature of building 1 (former hotel), the development of 1, 2 or 3-cell holiday unit modules, while in the case of building 2 (former restaurant) the creation of similar, preferably smaller, destination units in the second phase.
1. Building (former hotel):
ground floor: 18 pcs
1st floor: 25 pcs
2nd floor: 25 pcs
3rd floor: 25 pcs
4. em: 9 db
total: 102 pcs
Their size distribution:
1 single module - total: 61 pcs
2 unified modules - total: 39 pcs
3 unified modules - total: 2 pcs
total: 102 pcs
5. Technical design:
Exterior infill masonry
The external frame-filling masonry is made of 25 cm vtg Ytong masonry elements on both sides of the existing reinforced concrete blade walls.
Internal space boundaries
The reinforced concrete walls between the existing holiday units and the boundary walls facing the passageways will be given a plasterboard ballast wall supplement taking into account acoustic and thermal insulation aspects.
The internal partitions are mounted on plasterboard walls, in the case of the bath side covering made of waterproof plasterboard cladding.
Upstairs existing bituminous straight-layer flat roofs have previously received new insulation, and in the present investment we will provide them with additional XPS thermal insulation and a gravel load-bearing layer. We will create a partially walkable flat roof and a sun terrace on the flat roof above the 3rd floor.
In the bathrooms, as a single protection, we prepare 2 mm vtg of flexible cement-based coating insulation with additional bending tape as a single protection up to the specified plinth application height.
15 cm XPS thermal insulation is made on the plinth of the building, 15 cm dryvit system EPS foam thermal insulation is made on the rising façade walls with point-edge gluing and 8-plate / m2 dowel mechanical fastening with metal discs.
On the flat top of the closing slab, an additional min. 15 cm vtg. XPS thermal insulation is made with a gravel loading layer.
The cantilevered balcony slab of the slab above the 3rd floor and its attic wall are also given EPS thermal insulation.
The existing contact floor structure is remodeled on the first floor levels, a floating substrate is created: the floating layer is provided by 2 cm thick step-resistant polystyrene board sound insulation (eg Austrotherm At-L2), to which 2 layers × 1.25 gypsum fiber base substrate layer stacked).
5.3. Doors and windows
Exterior doors and windows
The new exterior doors and windows will have a plastic design with 3 layers of glazing and factory hardware. In terms of structure and glazing, they meet the current thermal requirements (U = 1.0 W / m2K).
Interior doors and windows
Retractable steel case, hollow chipboard perforated door leaf sliding doors or sliding doors with HPL or CPL surface will be installed in the building.
Apartment entrance doors:
Retrofitted steel case doors filled with door leaf, heat and sound insulated, MABISZ certified, factory hardware.
5.4. Design of a roof structure
The existing building has a flat roof design with a straight layer of insulation. Flat roofs are not currently walkable, but after the renovation they will be partially walkable and will receive 15 cm of additional XPS thermal insulation. The walkable surfaces are covered with WPC, the other parts are covered with a gravel loading layer.
Laminate parquet is laid in the rooms of the holiday units, and the underlayment is placed under the parquet.
The wet rooms of the holiday units will be covered with 8 mm thick ceramic tiles, with flexible grout, grouted with flexible acetic acid silicone at dilatations and negative corners, laid in a cementitious flexible adhesive. The screed is made using a self-leveling screed with very low volatile organic compound emissions.
Each of the resort units will have a shower room with a toilet and washbasin.
A water and sewer stand will also be set up in the living space, giving the possibility to create a possible kitchenette
The indoor water blocks are ventilated with a small fan.
Cooling and heating of the holiday units is possible with inverter individual split air conditioners, but additional heating is also provided with an electric heating panel.
Each resort unit receives separately measured meals. Each unit has a separate small circuit breaker from which the internal network is built.