The differing organisational systems between architect and the utility contractors within the project, particularly in the standard-use areas and the central utility shafts, were coordinated and systemised with the help of prefabricated building blocks.
The result was a complete modular installation of ceiling mounted ventilation systems, and lighting and duct corridors. The duct corridors, over 1000m in total length, were constructed of a series of modular units manufactured with CAD CAM machining. The prefabricated units could be affordably produced, and efficiently installed because of the consistent and predetermined attachement points. The overall costs were reduced by 30% compared to conventional installation.