What building are you in that's taking 12 days per floor?
So I guess my question is: What work has to be done that takes at least 3 months once the last bucket is poured until move in? (assuming the glass panels and interiors are being completed up the building from the lower floors as the building rises)
London on the Esplanade
Each floor takes well over a week but somewhere under two weeks when they have started on the next floor, so I'm guessing on average about 12 days based on the last 10 floors.
I know the work is staggered what with ductwork, drywall, flooring etc. Sort of like waves going vertically.
It would seem to me that there has to be a certain level of habitational comfort and safety reached for the the first occupants entering the building. I just can't visualize that happening with all the constructional commotion going on above and all around such as elavators, lobby, hallways..
I simply don't know. I would love to hear some feedback on this one.