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Important information

The frequency of trucks has gone down to around 10-20 trucks per day. This is temporary.

Work in progress, building 11

  • Rooms are being formed on levels 4–8. Levels 0–3 are done.
  • The glass work on the façade facing Lindholmsallén continues.
  • In the cellar, ventilation and piping work is being done.

Work in progress, building 12

The piling work as well as the first round of earthwork is done for now. Concrete work is ongoing.

Next steps

  • During week 19, Göteborg Energi will start earth work for incoming district heating and cooling. This means limited access to the area around Planetgatan/Lindholmsallén.
  • During weeks 22–23, Prefabsystem Entreprenad Syd AB will begin delivery and building of the framework for building 12, which will mean more trucks on and around the site.

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