Work on the wall panels began in mid-November. We started with buildings in the upper zone, for which the main structure is complete. We are using Q-con wall panels, which are faster and easier to install than bricks. We are in the process of marking out the boundaries for each room. Following this, the installation team installs the panels to separate the rooms.


(Above) The Architect and Team of Engineers Inspect the Area Before Installation of Wall Panels and Inspect the Lines to Ensure Compliance with the Construction Drawings


(Above) The Installation Team Begin Installing the Panels in Accordance with the Floor Markings

(Above) The Wall Panels are Installed, and the Rooms are Separated

Further Wall Panel Installation


Main Structure

Last month, there were four buildings with foundation work, which are now complete. We are continuing the structure for these buildings during this month. We started to build the bracing beam to keep the building high, matching our original design.

(Above) Work Continues on the Main Structure, Following Completion of Foundations

(Right) Concrete is Prepared for the Bracing Beams of the Building

(Above) Reinforced Steel Bars are Installed Over the Concrete

(Right) The Formwork is Installed to Cover the Reinforced Steel Bars Ready to Pour the Concrete for the Bracing Beams

(Above) The Bracing Beam Formwork is Ready for the Concrete Pouring

(Right) The Concrete is Poured into the Formwork

(Above) The bracing beam with the concrete in dried state.

Meanwhile, we have started working on the floors of buildings that have completed bracing beams.

(Above) A Scaffold is Installed to Support the Shutter Board for the Floor Formwork

(Right) The Concrete for this Floor will be Poured Once All the MEP Installation is Complete

(Above) The MEP Work and Reinforced Steel Bars are Installed in the Formwork, and then the Concrete is Poured

(Above) The Scaffold Supports the Floor Above and will be Taken Out Once the Concrete has Properly Dried

The building where we just poured the concrete for its 1st slab floor.

The concrete has dried for us to continue the column work supporting the next slab floor.

Soil Protection Work in the New Area

Some areas next to completed buildings require soil protection measures for safety. Such measures are essential for protecting the soil around the area of these buildings from landslides, especially during the rainy season. While there is no current risk, this work must be carried out sooner or later.he main structure is working.

(Above) The Team Install the Scaffold in the Area that Requires Soil Protection; the Machinery will be Installed and Supported by the Scaffold

(Above) The Team Install the Machinery and Drill into the Soil, Following Which, the Nails are Inserted into the Soil