Work has commenced on the installation of the inner walls at Kingfisher House as construction continues at the Huddersfield development.
The contractor estimates that 30% of the inner walls have been installed throughout the development which, once finished, will allow the commencement of the stone facing to the lower levels of the building to progress.
The structural concrete floors are nearing completion, with the final 4 levels remaining to be finished within the next three weeks. Additionally, the production of the windows and curtain walling for Kingfisher House is being manufactured off site and will be available for delivery in accordance with the contractor’s short term programme.
Orders have also been placed for the installation of the permanent services in the building, the installation of the lift (currently being manufactured off site), as well as the installation of the roofing and cladding for Kingfisher House.
As work progresses on site for the structure itself, the services for Kingfisher House are also being attended to. There is now a mains water supply on the site, with electricity currently being provided by generator.
Furthermore, a mechanical and electrical (M&E) subcontractor is near to be being appointed to complete work on the installation of these services. The contract is to be confirmed upon the completion of the final designs for the mechanical and electrical infrastructures required within the building.
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