By Nick Gilbert
The Green Day office construction at Wroclaw, Poland, is anticipated to start in the second quarter of 2012 and will be completed by the first quarter of 2014.
The building with seven stories over the ground and two below will have about 16,000 sq. m of space which will be leased out. The builders of Green Day aspire to obtain the LEED Gold corroboration and toward attaining this goal they have ascertained that the structure possesses various attributes that would make it more favorable to the environment and also reduce the day-to-day functioning expenses.
Two earlier projects of Skanska in Poland, Green Towers in Wroclaw with 24,300 sq. m of rentable space and Green Corner in Warsaw with 27,000 sq. m of rentable space, have already been LEED certified and are almost entirely occupied as of now.
Skansa Commercial Development Europe promotes business, office and logistics buildings mainly in the cities of Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic. The establishment functions from three branches named Skansa Property Czech Republic, Skansa Property Holand and Skansa Property Hungary. The organization stresses on green developments that are supportive of the surroundings and desires to be the first choice in the region for such buildings. With 125 years of experience it is currently a worldwide authority in promotion of business and housing complexes under private–public partnerships among other things. With its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, the group has 53,000 employees catering to markets in Europe, Latin America and the US.