Solaris synchrotron storage ring which has been assembled at the beginning of the 2015, consist of twelve integrated magnets blocks performing the part of double bend achromat. Both magnets as well as the whole ring as concept is a replica of Max IV 1.5 GeV ring and utilize pioneering integrated magnets approach. Solaris ring assembly forewent that of its Swedish twin. It is a successful proof of principle experiment showing the feasibility of the chosen approach. On the other hand it was an exercise which brought the knowledge on mechanical behavior of the magnets blocks and matching components, which is of unique importance for further integrated magnets implementations. Hereby we present selected issues related to the ring assembly: block stiffness verification and straightness rectification, vacuum chamber installation, alignment and mechanical stability of the assembled system.