Skanska, one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups, welcomes Orange Romania in its first project in Bucharest. The largest telecom operator in the country leased eight floors in building A, occupying an area of 13.700 sqm.
Orange Romania will accommodate in the new location over 1500 employees. The relocation will start this autumn, building A occupancy rate reaching 90%. The transaction was mediated by BNP Paribas.
While building A is now nearly fully leased, works at building B are progressing at full speed with delivery date of Q2 2015.
“The relocation of Orange Romania to Green Court Bucharest is a very important vote of confidence for our project and we are happy to welcome one of the largest companies operating on the Romanian market. Orange decision proves that Skanska focus on creating healthy and friendly workplaces is the right direction. For both companies, employee satisfaction is an extremely important factor therefore we put big emphasis on the amenities within the project and sustainable solutions.” says Marcin Łapiński, President Skanska Property Romania.
“I am glad that Skanska’s class office building on Barbu Vacarescu will soon host our offices. Our employees will benefit from common meeting and socializing areas, open offices and a lot of facilities, meant to encourage the exchange of ideas and transversal collaboration between our teams, to highlight our friendly and open culture. All of this in a ecologic building, in line with our CSR approach, that offers us great working conditions and a healthy environment”, says Jean-Francois Fallacher, CEO of Orange Romania.”, says Jean-Francois Fallacher, CEO of Orange Romania.”, says Jean-Francois Fallacher, CEO of Orange Romania.
Green Court Bucharest is an A class office complex offering a total of 52,000 sqm of office space in 3 buildings with 12 floors above-ground, 3 underground parking levels and offers facilities such as: parking and facilities for cyclists (lockers and showers), interior courtyard with Wi-Fi.
Green Court Bucharest is developed using ecologic technologies and sustainable solutions such as an energy efficient façade which reduces the solar heat gains, enhanced fresh air flow rate for a healthier working environment, energy efficient lighting systems equipped with motion and intensity sensors as well as the charging stations for electrical cars.
The project will be LEED Gold certified and will provide the highest levels of comfort for its tenants, one of the most efficient and flexible workspaces in Bucharest and excellent quality standards.