Nirosa Ingeniería has completed the construction of the new winery and the start-up of the facilities for Bodegas Briego in Fompedraza (Valladolid).
The project involved the construction of a winery of about 3,600 m2, consisting of 4 separate areas, housed in two volumes of different geometrical characteristics. These two volumes slide against each other, forming the image of the winery.
In its design and construction has been taken into account the comfort of the users and the minimization of the environmental impact of the facilities. Geothermal energy has been used as a source of heat / cold for the radiant / refreshing floor of the offices, for the air conditioning of the winery area and for the support of the fermentation control of the wine tanks, through the installation of a heat pump.
The geothermal system is based on special vertical probes / perforations in the ground that reach up to 100 meters underground, taking advantage of the constant temperature of the soil and the underground water currents. The advantages offered by this system are several: it does not emit CO2, it is an inexhaustible source of energy and its cost is low.
Nirosa Ingeniería, through the EPCM sevice (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management and faithful to its philosophy of responding to the needs of the client, has designed a winery that allows the elaboration of wines protected within the Denomination of Origin Ribera del Duero , thus participating in a project that gives rise to high quality wines with which Bodegas Briego will consolidate its leadership position.
In addition, Nirosa has developed, managed and carried out the follow-up of the grant file, both application and collection, with which the economic support of the European Union and the Junta de Castilla y León has been obtained.