Carried out by PeBeKa, the project comprises four four-storey buildings with 120 flats, with the floor areas from 34 to 84 m². Additionally, the ground floors were turned into commercial premises.
The Karol Szymanowski Housing Estate in Wieliczka
Investor: Przedsiębiorstwo Budowy Kopalń PeBeKa S.A.
Time of project execution: 2000-2005
Additional technical data:
- Floor area of flats: 34-84 m2
- Usable floor area of the estate: 8580 m2
- Total number of flats: 120
- Combined usable floor area of flats: 2145 m2
Poland, małopolskie Province,
The estate is located in the vicinity of the world famous “Wieliczka” Salt Mine and the historic centre of the town. The project was based on the idea of creating a friendly and comfortable living space.
The estate consists of four four-storey blocks of flats with the most sought after usable floor areas. The project comprises 120 flats with the floor areas from 34 to 84 m² as well as commercial premises. The buildings’ design is based on the traditional technology, with large and comfortable balconies and parking spaces on the ground floor. Some flats are located in attic space. The interiors have traditional finishings.
Marginalising the impact of conducted building operations on the comfort of people living in the vicinity of the construction site.
Laying reinforcement and pouring foundations.
to geological and exploratory, geological and reconnaissance, and piezometric drilling operations as well as the preparation of technical boreholes for the purpose of rock mass freezing during shaft sinking operations.
of mine shafts
The sinking of shafts based on conventional and special methods; Shaft reconstruction and decommissioning; shaft sinking using a unique shaft sinking technology.
Construction of horizontal
Drivage of narrow or chamber workings, rebuilding or reconstruction of headings, underground assembly works, underground drilling operations.
Comprehensive industrial construction engineering, construction and modernisation of industrial pipelines, construction of public buildings.