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Important information:

During Week 41-45, Pålab will continuously transport piles to the construction site. The frequency of trucks will be high in Pumpgatan during Week 45.

Work in progress:

  • Casting of the foundation and starting the formation of the wall towards Pumpgatan

  • Reinforcement cage for the elevators and staircase

  • The pile-driving apparatus is currently working on building 1 and 2, up and running till week 45.

Next steps:

  • BRA Mark will assist Pålab with eventual obstacles.

  • Week 44: Skanska will construct tower crane Number 2.

  • Week 45: The strict concrete will be established in the workplace.

  • Week46: Assembly of Prefab framework.

  • Ground works for phase 1 and 2 will be continued in the beginning of February 2019.

  • Pålab will continue the piling in Week 3, 2019.

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