Construction work has been begun on a new building within the Science and Technology Park of Euro-Centrum. The assembly and service facility will be the eleventh building of the park.
The new facility will cover the area of 1 200 sq. meters and will be situated close to the Training Center of Modern Heating Technology. It will be the next energy-efficient building being recently built by Euro-Centrum. The company is now finishing the works on a new assembly and warehouse facility to be delivered in April 2015.
The newest assembly and service building will also include a research, office and exhibition area where promotion projects of the renewable energy resources are planned. The most important feature of the new investment will be a demonstration plant of photovoltaic cells with a rated power of about 90 kWp. The installation will be used for the research of efficiency of the photovoltaic modules. It will also become a seat of the Photovoltaic Cells Laboratory and an integral part of the Laboratory of Smart Grids.
The new investment responds the needs of the park’s tenants who are looking for well-prepared spaces where innovation and development activities can be conducted.
Prime contractor of the undertaking is HB-Unibud from Czechowice-Dziedzice, Poland. The company has already commenced the construction work and was obliged to deliver the building by June 2015. Costs of the new investment amount to PLN 6,39 million.
The development is the next element of the „Creating of the Science and Technology Park of Euro-Centrum” project, which is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund within the Innovative Economy Operational Programme. The Science and Technology Park of Euro-Centrum is located at 103 Ligocka St.