HB Reavis is simultaneously developing three buildings on the largest construction site in Warsaw city centre. The works on the diaphragm walls that will envelop the future basement storeys are nearing completion and a viewing platform has been opened for pedestrians to come and admire the spectacular excavation in progress.
So far, we have completed approximately 80% of the diaphragm walls. All of them will be ready in December. In the next few months, we will begin massive excavations and then build a reinforced concrete slab that will be situated around 19 metres below the ground as well as a 4-storey car park. In order to lay the foundations for Varso Place, we need to excavate approximately 240,000 cubic metres of earth – such amount of soil would fit into 3,300 freight cars,”
explains Maciej Olczyk, Construction Project Manager at HB Reavis Construction, the general contractor of Varso Place.
We will complete the underground works by mid-2018, reaching the ground level. From that moment on, you will be able to admire the buildings rise as we add new storeys,