You don't usually need to add calcium to a new plaster pool as the paster will naturally add calcium to the water as it cures. CH of 110 after two weeks is a bit lower than idea for this stage of curing, so you should probably add some calcium at this point, but don't add too much. The calcium will continue going up so you don't want to go all the way to your goal number just yet or you will overshoot. I would guess that there could be another 70-90 ppm of calcium coming from the curing.
The great majority of the calcium hardness increase will happen in the first three or four weeks. In another two weeks you can finish adjusting CH to your goal number.