Diaphragm walls drilling in the modern Skysawa building has been successfully completed. In the world of construction engineering, diaphragm walls drilling is considered to be one of the most complex and demanding technical processes.
It is worth noting that the diaphragm walls surrounding the building are crucial for the underground construction in the Skysawa. The underground part of the building reaches over 25 m deep into the ground and offers three underground floors. Two of them will be designated for parking, electric car charging stations, parking spaces for bicycles and changing rooms with shower cabins. The magnet attracting the building is the great location and direct underground passage to the Rondo ONZ metro station.
Construction of the 155-meter Skysawacomplex of offices and commercial units commenced as of summer 2019. It is estimated that lower building will be commissioned in Q3 2021, whereas the tall tower a year later, Q3 2022. Skysawa will offer its tenants over 40,000 sqm of gross area, where over 30,000 sqm is the office space.
- SKYSAWA tower breaks record (14 March 2023)
- Skysawa Tower with an occupancy permit (8 June 2022)
- Skysawa Tower nominated for BREEAM Awards 2022 (2 March 2022)
- Skysawa almost at the end (19 January 2022)
- The final height of the Skysaw building is already known (23 August 2021)
- SKYSAWA with a topping out ceremony (2 August 2021)
- BREEAM Interim for SKYSAWA (6 May 2021)
- SKYSAWA nominated for BREEAM Award 2020 (9 March 2020)
- SKYSAWA with highest level of BREEAM (25 September 2019)
- The construction of SKYSAWA will begin soon (18 June 2019)
- New offices in the high-rise on Świętokrzyska Street (14 February 2017)