Skanska summed up the construction of “tiramisu”

© Skanska; Silesia Business Park

Skanska office unit in Poland summed up the construction of the Silesia Business Park complex. It consists of four twin office buildings.

The construction of the first of the four buildings began in 2013. Now, on the site of the former Baildon steelworks, there are 4 buildings, which became a centre of services for business, consulting and IT in Poland. Also, it is the biggest office complex in Katowice. Silesia Business Park has been chosen by, among others, PwC, Capgemini, TUV Rheinland and Accenture.

“With the fourth piece of “tiramisu” we have completed works on the Silesia Business Park complex. More than 6 years have passed since the first shovel was struck and with hindsight we can talk about a great success – our project has become a recognisable point on the map of Katowice. Each of the buildings has been occupied by companies that will develop and hire employees here. All the buildings have been successfully sold. Silesia Business Park is a very important investment project for us” – said Mariusz Krzak, regional director in the Skanska office company in Poland.

© Skanska; Silesia Business Park

Silesia Business Park, commonly known as “tiramisu”, has become one of the landmarks of Katowice and an important feature on the office map of the city. The complex is located in the centre of the Silesian agglomeration, on Chorzowska St.

Each building has 12 storeys above ground, and the whole complex offers a total of 48 000 sq. metres of office space and 600 parking spaces – above ground and in a two-level underground garage. Buildings A and B of the complex were sold in 2015 to the Swedish investor Niam, while buildings C and D were bought by the Filipino investor ISOC Group in 2018.

The lease area of each of them is approximately 12 000 sq. meters. The height of each building from the garages level is 52 m. Each building of the complex has been certified in the LEED system at the Gold level. The architectural design of the complex was created in the Medusa Group studio. The general contractor of the building is Skanska S.A.