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Eurobuild CEE 19 December 2019
Skyliner still rising
Eventually the Skyliner building will have a height of 195m
POLAND General contractor Warbud has announced that the Skyliner tower in Warsaw has reached a height of 150 metres.

“We’ve only got 45m left to build,” says Piotr Pikuła, a contract manager from Warbud. “We have completed the reinforced concrete work for the repeating office floors and now we are constructing a double service floor on levels 37 and 38. We will still have to build five more service floors as well as the Skybar and the final 20m reinforced concrete wall, which will form the plume,” he explained. The glass façade has already been fitted on the building up to the 30th floor and the finishing work is in progress inside.

“We have set up a temporary roof on the 27th floor so we can heat the building and continue working inside over the winter. We are at an advanced stage with the installation work between the 15th and 30th floors and we’ve also finished the first few toilets and the lift hall. You can see what the future interior will be like on the 23rd floor, where we have prepared a showroom including an office with a conference area,” he adds.

Skyliner is the largest project under construction by Karimpol in Central and Eastern Europe. The building will comprise 43,800 sqm of office space on 30 floors and 3,400 sqm of retail space on the first four levels. Skyliner is to be BREEAM certified with a rating of ‘Excellent’. The design is by APA Wojciechowski.

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