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CUBE Full Speed Ahead

23 November, 2012

Looking onsite at MahaNakhon, the lift core of the CUBE reach the 5th floor already, and the platform in the photo is the floor structure for the 3rd floor.

CUBE Full Speed Ahead

MahaNakhon CUBE Progress Update

9 November, 2012

MahaNakhon construction continues, with CUBE now up to 3rd floor (in parts) and the main tower major construction work well underway. The tower crane brought in by Bouygues-Thai can lift up approx. 10 - 30 tons of construction materials at once.

MahaNakhon CUBE Progress Update

Construction of MahaNakhon Main Tower & CUBE Continuing

18 October, 2012

Construction of both buildings is continuing, the CUBE work continues on the lift shaft from the ground floor to 2nd floor which will be finished next week after which they start pouring concrete into the frame to build the 2nd floor. Meanwhile more heavy machines are coming onto the main site for digging the basement of the main tower.

Construction of MahaNakhon Main Tower & CUBE Continuing

Work Continuing On The CUBE

5 October, 2012

The construction of The CUBE and Main Tower has not been affected by the heavy rain recently, construction is continuing as per schedule.  To follow the latest images and information on construction, visit http://www.facebook.com/MahaNakhonbkk

Work Continuing On The CUBE

Construction Is Continuing

28 September, 2012

Construction is continuing, reaching the 2nd floor already for the CUBE building, and going down for the basement and further foundation work of the main tower at the same time.

Construction Is Continuing

Bouygues-Thai Takes Construction Responsibility

17 August, 2012

After signing the contract as the main contractor for building Thailand's tallest tower, Bouygues-Thai have now arrived, mobilising on site has begun and there's more to come in the rest of 2012.

Bouygues-Thai Takes Construction Responsibility

Basement Complete

9 August, 2012

After working for several months, the 4 level basement of the Cube now has been completed, and as Bouygues-Thai mobilise on site (already begun) here's one of the last shots of the Cube at ground level before the work above ground commences.

Basement Complete

Piling Stage Complete

25 July, 2012

On the construction front, the site is now being prepared to welcome our NEW MAIN CONTRACTOR who will take over from the piling stage shortly; a big thanks is in order to SEAFCO the piling contractor, whose work is almost complete; while no longer visible, the piling provides the most important base from which MahaNakhon will begin Bangkok Rising.  With the main contractor mobilising to commence work in the next few days. the shot below shows the final touches on the ground floor prior to above ground works commencing on both the TOWER and the CUBE.

Piling Stage Complete Piling Stage Complete

Reaching Ground Level

28 June, 2012

Finally reaching ground level, the building is now almost ready to start rising. Workers are now removing the supporting platforms where the heavy vehicles used to stand, so work can then commence on building up the Ground Floor structure based on these pillars.

Reaching Ground Level

Ground Level Almost Reached - CUBE

18 June, 2012

With construction by SEAFCO continuing on schedule, construction of the CUBE building at the front of the MahaNakhon site has now reached ground level, with final works being continuing work on the supporting pillars which will support the ground floor and hold the entire underground structure together.

Ground Level Almost Reached - CUBE Ground Level Almost Reached - CUBE

Retail Construction Continues On Site

25 May, 2012

Retail construction continues on site,as B2 level is now finished already, construction is now moving forward to the next phase - setting up supporting platforms this week for the B1 level. This includes setting up tied reinforced steel bar together to build up the basic internal structure of the B1 level which is now only 4 meters away from the ground surface, this will take another 2 weeks and the entire retail cube will be then ready to continue above ground thereafter.

Retail Construction Continues On Site Retail Construction Continues On Site

Due to a private PACE function, the Sales Gallery at MahaNakhon Pavilion will be closed 26-28 May, 2012, reopening Tuesday 29 May.  We apologise for any inconvenience; for any urgent enquiries please email us sales@rcr-bangkok.com or call Ms Melissa +66 8 1 988 0078

MahaNakhon - Bangkok Rising

2 May, 2012

Below ground works continue through May for MahaNakhon's retail "Cube" building.

We have now reached the B2 level, where the workers are creating the level supporting frame, then will lace the reinforcement bars together and pour the concrete, forming the reinforced concrete surface level of B2, completing in around 10 days.

Part of the work involves welding and forming the reinforcement bars, creating a form "wall", then pouring the concrete behind the wall for the vertical surfaces, such as is required for building the service access.  This work includes the elevator shafts, the Cube features 3 passengers elevators and one service lift.

To support between floors, load bearing beams are required from floor to floor, this supports the load of the floor above and joins the two levels together, in this case B2 and B3.

MahaNakhon - Bangkok Rising

MahaNakhon Cube Construction Continues

25 April, 2012

Following the Thai New Year, construction below ground continues for MahaNakhon, with the B3 level reaching completion as each level brings the development closer to ground level.  B3 now forms the surface on which to place the supporting frame for construction of the B2 level.

Pictured, work on the water tank which will supply water for the entire development will be finished beginning of May.

Also ongoing are the access ways between levels, also pictured is the B3 to B2 stairway, where the shape is formed, then concrete is poured to make the stairwell.  The steel bar area behind the stairs will be completed in the next 2 weeks.

MahaNakhon Cube Construction Continues MahaNakhon Cube Construction Continues