Project: Museum of the second world war in Gdansk, Poland
Subsidiary: SOPREMA Poland
Surface: 12,000m² - waterproofing of roofs and steel structures
Products used: Mammouth® + Alsan® Flashing
Details about the project:
The building of the Museum of the Second World War is located in the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship in the area of Śródmieście on Wałowa street. The construction of the facility took off in September 2012 and was completed in the first quarter of 2017. The total area of this 8-storey building is 58,000m², and usable 23,000m². The authors of the architectural design are architects from the Studio Architektoniczne Kwadrat studio, while the Hochtief Polska and Warbud companies are its general contractors. At a distance of 147 meters, the Rycerska 10 office building is reconstructed, 181 meters further there is Hotel Grand Cru, and 210 meters further there is the Stara Winiarnia housing estate.