More than 225 projects completed covering a total area of over 140K m2, including the new headquarters of Wyborowa Pernod Ricard, EY, and Stanley Black & Decker, and the prestigious interiors of Zlota 44 and Park Lane. These are just some examples of how Neo Świat has advanced since it merged with Tétris in May of last year.
On 29 September during a celebratory meeting with partners, the company announced the completion of the rebranding process. Brand Tétris by Świat has officially become Tétris Poland. This is much more than a name change. Last year was a time of intense development, with the company growing over 35%. The company also experienced some important qualitative changes – focusing more on our specialization in the field of Design & Build, and introducing the Polish market to a revolutionary approach to project management – Open Book.
“The global activities of Tétris opened the door for us to work with large international customers whose attentions are currently focused on Poland. In addition to maintaining our leading position in the segment of office interiors, we now have aspirations to expand into the hotel and retail sectors as well,” says Rajmund Węgrzynek, Managing Director of Tétris Poland.
Tétris is now operating in 16 countries across the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa). The Polish team consists of 100 specialists, which include architects, designers, engineers, project managers, lawyers and construction specialists. One of the advantages of our company is our 16 years’ worth of experience with proven teams of subcontractors, allowing for collision-free execution of multiple projects simultaneously.
Design & Build: one project, one team
“What makes the company unique on the market is our use of the Design & Build model. With Tétris, this means efficient, rigorous project management of interior design. Fit-out works can be compared to a mosaic composed of hundreds of components, from the vision of the space to the architectural design, through the entire construction process. Our task is to make the customer feel secure, giving them peace of mind knowing that all of these elements are perfectly overlapping,” explains Paweł Brodzik, Managing Director of Tétris Poland.
This kind of operation is possible thanks to the innovative method Tétris brought to Poland in 2016 – the Open Book approach. This approach means full transparency of costs in every aspect of running the project, including openly communicating with the client the prices of all materials and services, establishing wage rates of individual Tétris specialists, and the determination of contractor fees.
This approach eliminates any unclear fields of responsibility, or the possibility of changes without the knowledge or consent of the client.
“To the Polish market, Open Book sounds a bit like science fiction. We are not only showing that it is possible, but that is even the right direction of development for the market. Due to the thorough level knowledge and awareness, misunderstandings and disappointments are alleviated, so there is no stress. The best example of this is our recently completed implementation of a new office for Stanley Black & Decker,” adds Rajmund Węgrzynek.
Projects under the watchful eye of Tétris
Today, the company plans to strengthen its position in the area of implementation of fit-outs for the hotel industry, retail spaces and public facilities, such as museums and cultural centers. At the turn of 2015 and 2016, some of the company’s key project completions were:
– New offices: Wyborowa Pernod Ricard, JLL, Stanley Black & Decker, EY, Aecom, BlaBlaCar, Orleans, Markant, Linklaters,
– Commercial buildings: comprehensive reconstruction of the Renaissance building, and the new lobbies of the Warsaw Towers and Marynarska Point 2,
– Prestigious apartments and recreational areas: Cosmopolitan, Park Lane, Golden 44.
It happened on 29 September…
The official announcement of the completion of Tétris rebranding process took place on 29 September during an event held for business partners, organized at the Boathouse restaurant in Warsaw. “The fact that today we have the opportunity to celebrate together is proof that our business relationships are good. One thing is certain: the business values we have been operating under for years remain unchanged. Another constant is our desire to continually undertake even more ambitious challenges. What absolutely must be noted, however, is that our potential has grown. This makes us very happy and motivates us even more,” Paweł Brodzik summed up during the event.
We encourage you to publish images, as well as to view a special film related to the rebranding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTzukyirKf8