The dimensions of the building and the grouping of functions that the programme favours, have determined the general configuration of the building, producing and articulated juxtaposition of the four main blocks which make it up, corresponding to the following uses:
B1.- Teaching areas, administrative, direction and offices of the School of Industrial Technical Engineering.
B2.- Reading halls, deposits and rooms necessary for the use of the Library of the Technological Campus.
B3.- Naves and workshops of different characteristics used by the diverse departments.
B4.- Laboratories and offices of the Mechanical Engineering Department.
The differences in design in each of the blocks, together with their respective heights and the connecting elements, provides them with a certain degree of autonomy inside the whole, which has been esteemed convenient given the extension of the building.
Block 1 makes up the predominant element of the whole, defining, together with Block 2, a great front towards the south. The setting back of the walls of the higher floors produced between both blocks defines the main entrance of the building. The relationship between this porch and the open courtyard that opens towards Block 2, through barred spaces of concrete, will guide the entrance run, through the sequence that establishes the fretwork elements of the covering and the presence of vegetation in the interior of the courtyard.