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Acqua - Cru Construct update November 2019

At Acqua Beachside Residences the Cru Construct team has been full steam ahead, with our crew of trades dedicated to ensuring the best finishes for future Acqua residents.

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Internal finishes

Inside Acqua Beachside Residences, trades continue to make great progress, with floors at various levels of completion.

The final cleaning process has commenced on the lower levels and is following the internal finish trades, unit by unit.

Stone bench tops and timber floors are all near completion on Level 5, and the very last kitchen for the project is being installed in the largest of the sky homes on level six. It looks spectacular!  

Building exterior

We are only days away from the last of the perimeter scaffolding being removed from the north western corner unveiling the plywood soffits and curved balcony facade, with new kerb and channel and streetscape works following.

Leisure facilities

The pool structure and surrounding garden planters in the atrium have been built and are being rendered, painted and tiled in preparation for planting works, with our landscapers bringing in trees and materials daily.

The huge fitness centre, building manager's office and the Third Avenue Café are undergoing works over the next few weeks.

Our sandstone feature tile walls on the Southern and Eastern elevations are complete, and now the focus turns to the western vertical blade elements and sandstone blades to be installed in the coming weeks. 

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Managing Director of Cru, Chris Bolger and Chairman of Ausvogar Capital Investment Partner, Mr. David Zhu checking out the views from the rooftop.

Basement and lift foyers

The basements are nearing completion with line marking, storage cages and bicycle storage racks installed. Lift foyer finishes are almost complete.

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Information relating to construction updates is a general summary only and may be subject to change depending on construction programs, suppliers, external contractors or weather events.