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Prior to next step

October 28, 2010 Katowice the City 0

The City of Katowice waits for its genuine business meetings midpoint, the International Convention Center (ICC). While the Silesian Museum – which will be a part of the new cultural district together with the ICC – has already run procedures to choose a prime contractor, the International Convention Center is prior to this stage. However, it is in a fair way to follow the example.

“At present the application for EU grants is evaluating by the European Commission.

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Contract engineer and project details

June 22, 2010 Katowice the City 0

The International Convention Center (ICC) will be a one of three new buildings planned in the area of the future cultural district near “Spodek”. A need of a full-sized convention center in a one location in the City was strongly visible during the last European Economic Congress (EEC) where participants had to move between ten different localizations. It was commented that all important congress events and congress cities need a professional base including different size spaces situated in a one building.

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Underground talks

April 8, 2010 Katowice the City 0

A parking forum, which took place yesterday in the angelo Hotel, was attended by eleven companies interested in development of underground car parks in Katowice. Among the companies were Apcoa, Mota Engil, Eiffage Budownictwo Mitex, Koma System, Nowar, PC Parking, MBN, Coolar.

The City Hall, which organized the conference, presented possibilities of development the underground facilities as the legal issues, costs, localizations and technical conditions.

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Parking forum

March 31, 2010 Katowice the City 0

The City Hall of Katowice is organizing an open forum for investors interested in development of underground car parks in the City. The forum will take place on 7th of April 2010 in the angelo Hotel. The authorities of Katowice want to consult the investors opinion and decide together about the possibilities of investments. The car parks are to be developed by private companies which will make profits from the facilities.