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Skanska opens Green Court offices in Bucharest, plans more investments

Skanska Romania has officially opened offices in Bucharest Green Court, after an investment of 250,000 euros.

2016-02-19 12:09:58 - by Bogdan Tudorache

The budget covers the cost of design, planning and high-end finishes, furniture, furnishings and IT equipment. Skanska offices have 25 employees from both departments of development and construction. Needed be, employees can opt to work in the office or outside it.

"The space has a strong character represented by the multitude of textures, shapes and design elements, is a mix of modern components, in contrast to primary materials. Thus, in planning, were used as design elements more common materials, such as wood, wool, wire mesh and even copex or elastomeric insulation. They are so placed and integrated into the design elements that are transformed into decorative impact, summarizing the basic idea of the concept: unity in diversity," said Prographic company representatives.

Activity Based Workplace concept was implemented into the Skanska offices, fostering cooperation and interaction between people, through a mix of open spaces and informal areas. "The concept of Activity Based Workplace open space has a liberal character, everyone has the freedom to work in a different place every day. This encourages teamwork and communication between us, working side by side, regardless of the position we hold in the company," said Richard Burleigh, president, Skanska Construction Romania.

Green Court Bucharest, Skanska Group's first local project in Romania, is an investment of Euro 98.7 million for all three buildings: Building A needed Euro 35 million, Euro 34.7 million were spent on Building B and Euro 29 million for Building C. Building A is fully leased, with tenants including companies such as Schneider Electric Romania, Orange Romania, LS Travel Romania (1 Minute concept) and Corporate Events Management (Best Chef). Building B has an occupancy rate of 97%, provided by the tenants Sanofi Romania, RINF Outsourcing Solutions and Adecco Romania. Building C will be completed in June 2016.

"Skanska's Business Plan Profit with Purpose for the period 2016-2020 aims to create value for our shareholders … Two new fields have already been purchased and this year will mark the beginning of new projects on the local market," said Aurelia Luca, country director of Skanska Property Romania.

Skanska Group entered 2016 with an international portfolio of 44 office projects under development.


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