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Skanska delivers the first building of the Campus 6 office project in Bucharest

Skanska inaugurates Campus 6.1, the first completed building in Campus 6, a project that marks the expansion of Skanska Romania in the Center - West area of the capital.

2018-10-12 14:38:41

Campus 6 brings a suite of novelties to the office buildings market in Romania, including the implementation of measurement and monitoring systems for environmental factors, as well as services such as car sharing and bike sharing.

The project includes urban gardens equipped with electrical outlets and Wi-Fi, as well as outdoor spaces designed especially for business and social gatherings, restaurants and cafes with terraces.
The Campus 6 project will have a total of four stages, with a total rental area of 81,000 sqm.



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