With the first partition works having been completed at Liverpool’s premier apartment complex, the Produce Exchange moves onto the next step of development.
Over the course of February, all floors at the Produce Exchange saw the first fix partitions fully rendered, and received a dry rot and damp treatment.
Further work over the month also saw all structural buildersworks finished across all floors, and the roofing commenced at the Victoria Street section of the development – now 75% complete.
The first Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) works have also started on the first and second floors, one week behind programme. However, the developer anticipates that over the forthcoming period this phase will have caught up on schedule.
Within the next period, the first fix M&E and joinery pattressing works are expected to be fully completed in floors 1, 2, 3 & 4; while ceiling works and second fix partition works are expected to commence on floors 1 & 2.
Furthermore, the roof works at the Victoria Street section of the Produce Exchange, which were completed one week ahead of programme, are expected to be fully finished over the next period, together with the structural work to the roof trusses of this section.
The developer has also announced that any delays to the partition and M&E works will be pulled back over the forthcoming period, by reducing the M&E programme by 2 weeks, to maintain the contract completion dates.
With units still available, you can register your interest in The Produce Exchange, or find out more information about this development, by visiting our property listing.