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New towers on the Warsaw Skyline

22 February, 2018

The Polish capital, in full economic swing, calls more and more often on Warbud, a subsidiary of VINCI Construction International Network.

At the site of the former Mint of Poland in the centre of Warsaw, Warbud, a subsidiary of VINCI Construction International Network, is currently building the Mennica Legacy Tower, an upscale office complex that will rise to a height of 140 metres. The complex will meet the highest international aesthetic, ergonomic and materials standards. It is designed to achieve international BREEAM Excellent environmental certification. The project, in which Warbud is responsible for all construction works packages, is scheduled for completion in 2019.

In the center of Warsaw, Warbud is building the Skyline tower, on of the capital’s tallest and most modern office buildings. The 195-metre tower will have 45 levels, including 30 devoted to office space, four to shops and five to underground car parks. Like the Mennica Legacy Tower, the building aims for BREEAM Excellent certification. Work is scheduled for completion in mid-2020.

Also notworthy is the start of work on the foundations of the Generation Park buildings, a mixes-use complex in the centre of Warsaw built by Soletanche Polska.

Lastly, in January 2018 Warbud won the contract to build the 310-metre (including a 80-metre mast) Varso Tower, also in the centre of Warsaw.

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