Skanska is starting construction on the P180 office building in Warsaw. It will provide about 32,000 sqm of modern and innovative office space in a great location – right next to the Wilanowska metro station. Like all other Skanska buildings under construction, P180 will apply for the demanding WELL certificate, which confirms the building is of top quality and beneficial to the health and well-being of employees.

The building offers a unique exposure in the district, providing great visibility for the companies which will occupy it. The P180 office floors are defined by flexible arrangement possibilities, meeting the expansion needs that clients are reporting.

Planned commissioning is scheduled for Q3 2022. The architectural design was prepared by PRC Architekci, who also designed another Skanska office building - Atrium 2 at Rondo ONZ in Warsaw.

“P180 is our latest project in Warsaw, allowing us to offer innovative office spaces also in the south part of the city. We want to maximize the potential of the location of our new office building, adapting it to the communication infrastructure in the immediate vicinity. All this is in line with Skanska's strategy based on sustainable development, implementation of environmentally friendly investments, created with the well-being of their users in mind,” Mariusz Krzak, Executive Vice President at Skanska Commercial Development Business Unit in CEE, said.


mariusz krzak
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