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Mol announces plans to build new headquarters in Budapest

Mol Group announced its plans to relocate its corporate headquarters by 2021 to Mol Campus, the company's new 83,000 sqm office.

2017-10-03 09:50:15

The 120-meter high building, which will be the future workspace for up to 2500 employees, will be located on the banks of the Danube in the southern part of Budapest, close to the current HQ building.

The 83,000 sqm office building will integrate a 120-meter high tower with a podium to create a unified campus, anticipated to open by 2021. In line with Mol's vision for 2030, the new campus will feature the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability and aims to obtain both LEED and BREEAM qualifications.

Zsolt Hernadi, Chairman-CEO, Mol Group commented: "As part of our 2030 strategy announced last year we have set the goal for Mol to be the first choice for employees. Building our new headquarters, the Mol Campus, will help to achieve this objective. The structure will be Central-Europe's most innovative workspace and will help attract talent of the future. MOL intends to build a headquarters without compromising on design, construction, technology or sustainability."

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