SEQUABAT, designer and builder of turnkey business, commercial and residential properties, has begun work on a housing programme in the Pierre Vives eco-district in Montpellier (Hérault). This early stage is symbolised by the installation of the crane being used to erect the 58 homes.
To be delivered in the second quarter of 2019
After suggesting the plot and getting its in-house design team to work on the project, SEQUABAT began work on this new housing programme in early November. The teams have already bulldozed the land shifting 7300 m3 of earth. The 36-metre high crane, which is required to build the six storey housing units has been in place since yesterday. Work can now start on the foundations to stick to the planned timetable for this project.
58 homes, from studios to two bedroom apartments
Located in the NW of Montpellier, in the heart of the Pierres Vives eco-district, this programme will offer 58 homes ranging from studios to two bedroom apartments, all on five or six storeys. 64 parking places are planned for the ground floor and on two underground levels. The south-facing side will look out onto wooded parkland, which will be prepared by Territoire 34, who have been awarded the contract by those in charge of the local development zone.
This is the second major project carried out by the CAILLEAU Group and SEQUABAT.
The Terrasses du Parc project comes after the successful work previously done jointly by SEQUABAT and the CAILLEAU Group. This new project comes after the completion in 2015 of the Le Douze hall of residence for students with 52 rooms in Cenon (Gironde) for this property developer based in Toulouse.
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