In April, we launched construction of the administrative building in which we plan on having a training room, a new cafeteria for employees, a representative showroom and new offices. The building is to be connected with the exterior rest zone, and other buildings in the complex will be connected via exterior corridors.
What archaeologists found while digging the foundation
Excavation work for all our construction projects traditionally involves archaeological research, which is necessary due to the dense settlement of the so-called “Kralice grove”, i.e., the present industrial zone at Prostějov. This time, archaeologists found fragments of pottery from the Linear Pottery culture, Painted Moravian Ware and the Platěnice culture. They even uncovered foundations of simple buildings from the original medieval village of Rakousky.
We have been consulting the interior with the architect.
In addition to visible terrain work, we have been consulting the furnishings and final appearance of the rooms with the architect. We have been discussing the furnishings of the training room and the showroom or furniture selection, such as chairs for the cafeteria or benches for the rest zone.
What we didn’t expect during construction
Each NEVA construction project involves certain minor difficulties. When digging for the training centre building, the construction company hit a high-voltage cable. By cutting through the cable, we cut the power supply for neighbouring NAVOS Farm Technic and the internet connection for our company. However, we handled the outage quickly thanks to a back-up power supply and fixed the other issues within a few hours. Thanks to the quick solution, that situation became more of an amusing story.
Additionally, we have also been finalizing another manufacturing hall to be built over the course of the coming months next to the paint shop.
Follow further news on our site, we will soon present the entire progression of events and work on the training centre in a time-lapse video.