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May 17, 2022updated 27 Jul 2022 5:18pm

Construction commences on $30m Silkeborg Residential Facility in Denmark

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Construction work on the $30m Silkeborg Residential Facility located in Capital Region, Denmark commenced in Q2 2022. It was announced in Q1 2020.

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The project involves the construction of 147 residential units in the Capital Region, Denmark.

The project includes the following:

1. Construction of 67 one-storey terraced houses2. Construction of four-point houses with 20 apartments each3. Construction of underground parking spaces4. Installation of safety and security systems5. Installation of elevators

Construction on the project is expected to be completed by Q4 2023.

Owners of the project include Sweden-based Heimstaden.

Denmark-based CA is the architect and engineering design consultant for the Silkeborg Residential Facility, while Silkeborg Municipality is the planning authority.

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