Construction Set to Begin on Next Stage of Katowice Complex

Work on the shell will begin in November 2019, and on the façade in 2020. The 42,000-square-meter tower is expected to be completed by spring 2022.
Work on the shell will begin in November 2019, and on the façade in 2020. The 42,000-square-meter tower is expected to be completed by spring 2022.
23 October 2019, Katowice, Poland

TDJ Estate has announced that it is starting construction work on .KTW II in Katowice.

Two cranes are currently being set up on the site. Work on the shell will begin in November 2019, and on the façade in 2020. The 42,000-square-meter tower is expected to be completed by spring 2022.

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“In May we reported that the construction of .KTW II would start within the year. We are glad that we have managed to keep our word. We have spent many months planning the details of this project and today we are ready to start work. We feel pleased because .KTW is a project which is extremely important for TDJ,” says Maciej Wójcik, the managing partner at TDJ Estate.

“We are convinced that this will be the highest quality of space that will differ in no way from any class-A office building in Warsaw, Paris or Berlin. Together with the Medusa Group, we have taken care of all the details and combined an ultramodern design with modern technology and ecologically sustainable systems,” adds Maciej Wójcik.

The investor decided to appoint several contractors to construct the building in a package system with Gleeds Polska as the project supervisor. Work on certifying the building is being carried out alongside construction.

The .KTW II office building is being developed as part of the .KTW complex which was designed by the Medusa Group. .KTW I, the first stage of the project, was completed in May 2018. The entire complex eventually will comprise a total of ​​62,000 square meters.

For more on this story, go to Eurobuild CEE.

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