Francuska Office Center was awarded by the Polish Union of Civil Engineers and Technicians, the Ministry of Infrastructure and the General Office of Building Control – organizers of the “Building of the Year” competition. The project won a second degree award in the “public building” category.
The purpose of the annual competition is to recognize structures that are distinguished in terms of the quality, organization and timeliness of the work, the technological solutions used, and the impact on the economy of the region. The detailed review of the projects is divided into three phases, in which a panel of independent judges evaluates the buildings on the basis of documents submitted as well as an on-site visit.
Francuska Office Center was built at 34 Francuska by Globe Trade Center SA. The complex includes 21 700 sq. m. of modern office space and was designed by the APA Wojciechowski studio. The prime contractor was Hochtief Polska. Tenants include such companies as Ruch, Bank Millennium, Nordea Bank, Philips Lighting and Berlitz.
Award-winning project was completed in 2010. In additional to state-of-the-art technical solutions, they provide tenants the opportunity for flexible arrangement and efficient management of the space, for example for back-office operations or for R&D or laboratories. It also offer the opportunity to grow within the same office park.