Volvo will unveil a new glass tower for its Granite tower next week, the company announced.
The project will be called Granite Construction, and it will feature an 800-foot-tall glass dome with a top diameter of 700 feet and a height of about 900 feet, the Wall Street Journal reported.
It will be installed by the company’s new subsidiary, Volvo Construction Equipment.
The company will be based in Los Angeles.
The tower will feature two floors and will house the company at least four full-size offices, according to the report.
Volvo will also be able to install the structure at its offices in San Francisco and Detroit.
The building is being built by the U.K.-based Danish firm Vattenfall, which specializes in glass construction.
Volvo previously announced plans to build a glass tower at the company headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, that will rise more than 300 feet above ground and have a height above the ground of more than 1,000 feet.
The new tower will be built on a 50-acre site in the city of Gothenberg.
The firm’s new structure will be named “Grande Granite,” a reference to the German word for “grandeur.”