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Budimex chosen for Marki community centre

Tomasz Szpyt-Grzegórski 13 March 2018

Tomasz Szpyt-Grzegórski

Deputy editor in chief, journalist

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Tomek is a journalist and editor with many years of experience. He has been covering the real estate market since 2006. His main fields of interest are the investment and office markets as well as urban development. He also edits the magazine’s Facebook and twitter pages (@TomaszSzpyt). His articles have appeared, among others, in Dziennik, DGP, GazetaPrawna.pl, Forsal.pl, Dziennik.pl, Newsweek.pl, WSJ Poland and The City. In his free time he likes reading, cinema and rollerblading

Budimex chosen for Marki community centre
The contract should be carried out by July 1st, 2019
POLAND Mareckie Inwestycje Miejskie has awarded Budimex a PLN 85.74 mln contract to build the first stage of the Marki Educational and Recreational Centre (MCER).
This will involve the construction of a primary school for 1,200 pupils on ul. Wspólna in Marki, on Warsaw’s north-eastern outskirts. The deadline for the completion of the work falls on July 1st, 2019. The complex will also include an entertainment hall, a swimming pool, a sports hall, a full-sized playing field with a running track, three multi-functional sports fields, a road and a car park for 300 vehicles.

“The complex has to be ‘zero-energy’, which means that it should use as much energy as it produces itself over the year. This can be achieved with the use of renewable energy such as photovoltaic panels, heat pumps, advanced heat energy recovery systems and devices for producing electricity from gas. The building will have the highest standard thermal insulation and will also be equipped with water saving devices. Furthermore, it will be adjustable for not only the temperature outside but also the humidity of the air and the daylight levels. We will store and use all the rainwater on the green roofs and use it for watering,” reveals Kamil Wieczorek, the president of Mareckie Inwestycje Miejskie, the municipally-owned company responsible for the development of the project.

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