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Rebuilding the old firehouse
Norway

In Kristiansand they are rebuilding the old firehouse and cityhall buildings into new buildings. The old facade are beeing kept as the old fire tower. The old tower are made of bricks from 1892 is fortunately based on 16 steel piles, Which are fastened to the rock 30 meters below ground. The tower, which is 25 meters high and weigh 565 tons, will be part of the open atrium in the new building wich will open in 2014.

Copyright: Tor Erik Schrøder
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Tags: outdoors; kristiansand; agder; sørlandet; building; renowating; workplace; architecture
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