Dekpol built a facility for TS PCB Techno-Service S.A.

Dekpol built a three-storey building with a usable area of 1882 m2 for the pCB producer. As part of the investment carried out at the request of TS PCB Techno-Service S.A. a replacement construction project was made.

Dekpol has completed another project as part of its general contracting services. The subject of the contract was the construction in Gdańsk of a three-storey building with a usable area of 1882 m2. The building is intended for the company TS PCB Techno-Service S.A. and was at the same time divided into three zones: production, warehouse and office.

As part of the investment, a replacement construction project was made using reinforced concrete technology.

– At the initial stage of the investment, before signing the contract, we offered the Investor changes to optimize the original project. In the new study, we have fully preserved the existing dimensions and cubature of the building. However, we changed the type of its construction to better suit the client’s needs. In particular, we modified the structural system to shell with a rigid shaft in the middle of the building and perpendicular stiffening gable walls. We have also changed the construction of the flat roof from reinforced concrete to steel. At the same time, foundation slabs with variable geometry in “ impervious concrete tank” technology have been designed and manufactured on foundation piles – said Michał Skowron, Vice President of the Management Board of Dekpol S.A. The investment took 12 months.

Enterprise TS PCB Techno-Service S.A. has been producing custom printed circuits for many years. It is the largest PCB manufacturer in Poland.

Dekpol specializes in the construction of logistics and industrial facilities, shopping centers and other cubature facilities. At the end of 2018, the Group performed contracts for external entities with a total contractual value of over PLN 637 million net. In the first quarter of this year the value of contracts for external entities increased by up to 46% yoy.