Last year, the Park dissolved the PLN 37 million contract with Budus, a prime contractor of the facility, as the building company was forced into liquidation. Due to the circumstances, the construction work on the building was suspended. Now the investment process seems to be on the right track.
“The works are underway again and we expect to deliver the building in autumn this year. We did not choose one prime contractor this time but we cooperate with several companies which are carrying out the development process and are responsible for different types of the works” – said Agnieszka Zięcina, public relations director at the Euro-Centrum’s Science and Technology Park.
This 6 335 sq. meters office scheme is being built in accordance with passive-construction standards which enable to use eight times less energy than typical buildings of this size. The building will be located at 103 Ligocka St.
The investment is part of the project named “development and application of new technologies in the area of energy saving and renewable energy sources in the Euro-Centrum Science and Technology Park”. The project is partially financed from EU funds and the state budget, its total worth amounts approximately to PLN 97 million.