Companies reconstructing the Universal Hall will pay for the fire damage


In the Universal Hall fire that broke out Tuesday morning, construction materials that had to be removed had caught on fire, after 70 percent of the construction rubble had already been disposed of, Lazar Arsoski, the contractor overseeing the project, said at a press briefing on Friday.
“Almost 70 percent of the material that was in our competence to dismantle and throw out the shot has been dismantled. In the Universal Hall, elements that were supposed to be dislocated from that building burned down. Everything that was valuable, everything that had some value for a museum and to be able to use it in 2021 was taken out of the hall. In general, the hall contained old materials such as plywood, old steel, old aluminum, etc.,” said Arsoski.
Asked by a journalist if the fire actually made their job easier since the element that was supposed to be dislocated caught on fire, Arsoski said that now it will be more difficult because a new report will have to be made on how to remove the molten steel, instead of dismantled as previously intended.

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