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Meridian Quay (Seagate & Ferrara Quay)

United Kingdom

In Wales, the tallest building in Swansea was built using automatic climbing formwork from Doka.

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Project data

Year of completion
2009
Project duration
12 Months
Country
United Kingdom
Address
Ferrara Quay, Swansea SA1
City
Wales
Realization
Febrey Ltd./Atkins
Structure
Office/administration/multipurpose building
Type of structure
High-rises

Wall

Construction method
Core formed/poured in advance
Number of storeys
29
Structure height
107 m
Height of casting sections
1.78 m
Number of casting sections
29
Cycle time
10 -day cycle

Floor-slab

Construction method
Oval or elliptical
Number of storeys
29
Structure height
107 m
Height of casting sections
2.78 m
Number of casting sections
29
Cycle time
10 -day cycle