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Three-Story Office Building Transferred From Factory By Barge [Pics]

Three-Story Office Building Transferred From Factory By Barge [Pics]
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Construction solutions company NEAPO from Finland deliver the prefabricated building in one piece.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 september 2011

The Finnish company NEAPO recently built a three-story building in a shipyard and then transported it to its destination at Hirvensalo island, near Turku, Finland on a barge.

The 861 square meter prefabricated office building was 12 meters high and weighed 220 tonnes. It was made using Fixcel: steel honeycomb panels used in modular construction, which can bear heavy loads, resist corrosion and are 100% recyclable. You can see pictures of the building’s construction and delivery below:

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