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Varso Tower

Warsaw, Poland

In addition to office space, the building complex will include various facilities such as a hotel, a fitness club, a medical cen-tre and a number of restaurants and cafés across a total of 144,000 m2 floor area. And in particular, it will provide the high-est observation platform in Poland, at the height of 230 metres.

Challenge:
The geometry of the Varso Tower is reminiscent of a parallel-ogram, whereby the shafts in the building’s core, in particular, represented a challenge for the engineers at Doka because of their triangular form, especially with regard to the statics.

Solution:
Framed formwork Framax Xlife was used, permitting high productivity even under difficult working conditions. An impor-tant safety feature was the Protection screen Xclimb 60 which was used on the construction site to provide protection against falling and climatic influences, as well as the Safety Net Fan, designed to catch reliably any falling objects or debris.

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Project data

Year of completion
Q4 2012
Project duration
December 2016 - Q4 2021
Country
Poland
City
Warsaw
Contractors
Warbud S.A.

Building data

Structure height
310 m
Height to roof
230 m
Number of overground levels
54
Number of underground levels
3
Total area
140.000 m²