March 2019. DURGAS and CO detection.
Vodafone Spain S.A.U is a subsidiary of the British Vodafone that provides landline and mobile telephony, as well as broadband and digital television services to 22 million customers in Spain. It is the third largest mobile phone provider in Spain.
Previously, its headquarters were divided into two centres in Fuencarral and La Moraleja. In 2014 they were moved to this new location. The new headquarters of Vodafone are composed of five buildings located around a central courtyard. It has 50,600 square meters of surface area and a capacity for 3,000 employees.
Thanks to the measures adopted in order to save energy, the reduction of CO2 emissions or the use of sustainable materials, in 2017 Vodafone Plaza achieved the Platinum LEED Certification (leadership in energy and environmental design). In addition, as they are the headquarters of a mobile phone operator worldwide, the building has 4G connectivity, 500 WiFi access points and even NFC technology for authentication and payments.
At Vodafone Plaza, the carbon monoxide detection equipment has been replaced by the DURGAS system and the DURPARK CO detectors, designed and manufactured by Durán Electrónica.