Acciona Mostostal Warszawa is part of the Acciona Capital Group.

Mostostal Warszawa is to build a hotel and office building in Wrocław

18 june 2021

On June 18, Mostostal Warszawa signed with Vastint Poland Sp. z o. o. for a contract for the construction of a hotel and office building in Wrocław. Contract value: EUR 23,80 million net.

Mostostal Warszawa is intensifying its presence in Lower Silesia. In this region, we are implementing a number of contracts, now supplemented by an interesting project of Vastint Poland. Our constantly strengthened production and personnel potential allows for the efficient implementation of the most complex construction projects - says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa.

Vastint Poland is part of the Vastint Group, an international real estate organization operating on the European market for over 30 years. The company's core business are the management of portfolio properties and the development of office, residential, and hotel properties throughout Poland.

About the project:

Office building

Total area: 27 768 m2

Construction:

• 6 overground and 2 underground storeys

• Prefabricated reinforced concrete mullion and transom structure

• Prefabricated floor slabs on repeatable levels

• Monolithic installation and communication core

• Underground storeys in a white bathtub system

Architecture:

• Flat roof on the building and green roof on the ceiling of the underground garage

• Glass facade

Hotel

Total area: 7,656 m2

Construction:

• 7 overground and 1 underground storeys

• Typical storey consisting of prefabricated modules

• Monolithic installation and communication core

• Underground storeys in a white bathtub system

Architecture:

• Flat roof on the building and green roof on the ceiling of the underground garage

• Glass facade

Contract Details:

• Contract value: EUR 23,80 million net

• Completion date: 15.12.2022.

• Payment term: 21 days

• The maximum warranty period is 10 years.

• Performance bond: EUR 2.2 million in the form of a bank guarantee.