Works on the new seat of Silesian Museum has just been concluded. Apart from the new building located under the ground, several former facilities of the „Katowice” cola mine were restored within the undertaking including the hoist tower of the „Warszawa” pit shaft. See photos taken from its top.
The tower was restored and will be put at visitors disposal after the opening of the new Silesian
The cultural district replacing the former “Katowice” coal mine is progressively emerging from the ground. See the progress at the three construction sites on the attached photos.
The most advanced is the process of construction of the Silesian Museum’s new seat where more than sixty percent of scheduled works have been already done. Also, the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra’s new home is being erected very efficiently
The new seats of Silesian Museum, National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra and International Convention Center – all the three venues are being currently erected in the place of the former “Katowice” coal mine. The facilities, together with the refurbished “Spodek” hall and the new roads in the area, will create the cultural district – an exceptional undertaking in the scale of Poland.
Here are some photos presenting the construction work’s progress on 29th of May.
Warbud S.A., a building firm had contracted to erect the new seat of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra (NPRSO), entered the construction site in the turn of February and March. The company already commenced removing digs to prepare the building’s foundation. This way, works on the last …