Budimex relocates its seat
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The Budimex Group will change its headquarters by moving to the Wola Retro office building, which has been granted the occupancy permit. Budimex was the general contractor for this building and will now be the tenant of eight floors.
The current seat of Budimex is located at Stawki Street in Warsaw. Moving to a new office building is planned for September this year. Budimex will occupy offices with an area of over 7,500 sqm, which will be located on eight floors.
According to the president of Budimex, Dariusz Blocher, the new surface will provide greater comfort and combines interesting design with high quality of workmanship.
Wola Retro’s office building
The investor of the Wola Retro office building is LC Corp. The complex was designed by architects from Kurylowicz & Associates. It consists of two interconnected parts – a new building and a revitalized pre-war building. The occupancy permit for the Wola Retro complex was obtained on 31 July this year.
The new office building is located in Warsaw’s Wola district, next to the Daszyńskiego Roundabout and the newly built Plocka underground station. The total area of both office buildings is about 24,500 sqm. Construction started in Q3 2017. The general contractor of the investment was Budimex, who won a contract worth PLN 125.02m net.