Development of the design for Outlet Punta Norte III was guided by the site conditions. The terrain presents a significant slope between the north and south boundaries. In addition, on the east side, it is adjacent to a line of electricity pylons, while on the west lies a major road functioning as an access route for users arriving from Mexico City. For this motive, it was decided to develop the architectural project over two levels: ground floor and first floor, with a difference of 6 meters between them. Due to the topography of the terrain it was divided into three major components, with two on the ground floor and first floor, with a single level each, and a central element with two levels.
The ground floor and first floor were resolved with spans of 9 x 18 m with metal columns of 40x40 cm. The foundations for these areas used concrete footings measuring 60x60 cm.
The central body is resolved with spans of 12 meters and concrete columns of 90x90 cm. The mezzanines employ a 12 cm-thick slab and concrete beams with a depth of 90 cm. To support these structures, the foundations were resolved with reinforced concrete footings.