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The construction site from January ’15 until August ’15

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Construction site between January ’15 and August ’15. Photo: Jo Van de Vijver

Click on the picture to start the slideshow and see how the site has changed since January ’15.
The underground gallery which will take you from the new welcome pavilion to the old museum building has been divided into different areas, including a corridor, a temporary exhibitions hall, an auditorium, and a technical space, and covered using prestressed concrete roof slabs.

The structure of the new welcome pavilion and underground gallery will very soon be watertight.

 

  • Click here to see the construction site from October ’13 until April ’15.

The construction site until April 2015

 

New pavilion is emerging. Photo: Jo Van de Vijver

Construction site between October 2013 and April 2015. Photo: Jo Van de Vijver

Click on the picture to start the slideshow and see how the site has changed since construction began in October 2013.

By the end of April 2015 the underground gallery has been divided into different areas, including a corridor, a temporary exhibitions hall, an auditorium, and a technical space, and covered using prestressed concrete roof slabs.
The steel skeleton of the new pavilion has emerged.

How is the construction coming along?

Curious to see how construction is coming along?

In these few pictures you can see how the construction site has changed between mid-October and December 2013.

Currently heavy machines are preparing the ground for the foundations of the new welcome pavilion and the underground gallery. A few dozen trucks come and go daily…