Within the framework of the Urban Improvement Program and the National Reconstruction Program, the "Construction of Public Market and Maneuver Yard" project, located in the municipality of Cunduacán, in Tabasco, joins the series of strategic urban improvement projects , rescue of public spaces and provision of basic infrastructure for marginalized areas, developed in Stage D.
The public market is an element of the commercial equipment, structured based on the organization of small merchants that provide the final consumer with the retail supply of food products, personal use and household items. As an important part of the commercial distribution chain, it is fundamentally oriented towards satisfying the needs of the population from the middle and lower strata.
The "Manuel Sánchez Marble" market in the city of Cunduacán does not have enough space to locate the current demand for commerce, in addition its surrounding sidewalks and those that adjoin the baseball field are saturated with informal itinerant commerce. The surrounding streets, on the other hand, are often congested because there are not enough bus stops to absorb the flow of public transport in the area. The proposal must provide space for merchants to formalize their work and continue selling in an orderly manner, as well as new vehicular traffic that frees up the streets.
With the project: PCA-27006EP001 "Construction of Public Market and Maneuver Yard" it seeks to provide the population of Cunduacán with new equipment, in which they access food provision services, safely and cleanly. Within the maneuvering yard, it is intended to provide the city with parking and ascent and descent areas that redirect vehicular flows.
The project addresses, among others, the following variables: gender equity and safety, while equal opportunities are considered for the use of the equipment, with the inclusion of spacious, well-lit environments that allow free access for all people to the different services. transportation and access to food and supplies. In addition, the economic benefit is favored from local tourism and commerce, along with complementary services and cultural events that could take place in this sector.
By renewing and expanding the offer of popular commerce, the project favors the integration of the urban population with the inhabitants of the rural sector, with special interest in the indigenous peoples, in renewed spaces within the city.
Through open and permeable facades, and internal patios that allow the market to be illuminated and ventilated, the architecture of the project responds to the conditions of hot-humid climate with abundant rains in summer, typical of Cunduacán; In addition, using brick from the region, it reactivates the economic activity of the municipality and promotes the use of economical materials with high durability and low maintenance, thus generating the least environmental impact.
Outside, the project integrates and connects with the existing equipment through a large square, which is articulated with the Bus Station, the old market and the Municipal Center. The inclusion of trees and low vegetation in it will provide the Public Market and the Bus Station with green areas and shaded areas that will allow greater public recreational and leisure use among the inhabitants of Cunduacán and will promote a position against climate change favor of environmental conservation.
The 12,400 m2 property is located in the center of the city of Cunduacán, where some of the most important facilities are concentrated. Nearby are the City Hall, the José Eduardo de Cárdenas central park and the Cunduacán General Hospital. The property is located next to the Central Trucking Cunduacán and
Rosendo Taracena Padrón Primary School. Therefore, in its surroundings there are many wholesale and retail stores, supermarkets, shopping malls, bank branches, churches, among others.
The land is an irregular polygon, facing Illustrious Men Street to the east, av. Fidencia Fernández Sastre to the south and Calle Sin Nombre to the north. To the southwest of the property there are residential buildings, while to the north, it adjoins the Cunduacán bus station. The block that is in the opposite corner, to the northeast of the property, contains the "Manuel Sánchez Marble" market, its commercial use will be extended to the property to be renovated, constructing a new building there to locate a second market and relocating the baseball field in the set of the Sports Unit. The project must take into account the boundaries and make use of the street that connects with the existing market and the plaza of the Municipality Center to articulate the interventions within this area.