In the former warehouses of the Ribera Dock, present in Santa Cruz de Tenerife since 1950, the architectural firm of Antonio Corona Bosch, Arsenio Pérez Amaral, and Eustaquio Martínez García developed an innovative project that led to the modern building known as ‘Puerto Ciudad.’ Construction began in the late 1990s after the demolition of the former warehouses, utilizing the operational courtyard.

In February 2020, renovation work on this building began with the aim of adapting it to new uses and needs related to the port, specifically catering to cruise traffic. This project, carried out by Obrascon Huarte Lain in phases 1 and 2, had a budget exceeding 2.3 million euros.

Our work focused on the installation of small curtain walls with supersolar glass using the Cortizo COR3500 system and cladding part of the facade with Stacbond composite panels