The 630,000 m2 of certified green office space as of 2015 year-end had increased to over 1,500,000 m2 by the end of 2019, more than doubling the amount of green office space. This represents 40% of the total modern office stock.
Property developers, Hammerson, Hines and IPUT, and state procurement bodies, Transport Infrastructure Ireland and Dublin City Council, have committed to reduce the upfront embodied carbon associated with their projects. Upfront embodied carbon is the carbon emitted during the manufacture of products for construction.
Luxembourg / Prague, 13 March 2019 – Property investor CPI Property Group has expanded its commitment to corporate social responsibility by becoming a member of the Czech Green Building Council . The membership will strengthen CPI Property Group’s efforts in improving the quality of life experienced in its buildings and beyond.
Office plants purify the air from the volatile compounds and toxins, produce oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. People who are surrounded by plants feel less stress, anxiety, and fatigue. At the same time, they are more satisfied, relaxed and productive.
We studied the literature about office plants benefits. The result is infographic where you will find out which are the best 11 best office plants and some fascinating stats from three interesting office plants research.
Matrix Office Park is a sustainable building with a LEED Gold cerfitication where you can rent an office and provide the best working condition for you and your employees.
Novi Sad-based Erker Inženjering is providing its tenants with living conditions to be envied. The Green Living Concept was first introduced in the residential building on Vojvode Šupljikca Street in Novi Sad, with the idea to apply it to all of the company’s future projects.
On the 27th of September 2018, more than 120 participants joined the 3rd Annual Conference on building sustainability, organized by the GBC Slovenia, to learn more about Level(s) and the perspective of its implementation in the Slovenian market. The conference was held at ZAG Ljubljana, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, an internationally recognized research organization in the field of construction.
New research by Skanska, CBRE, Dentons, and PwC investigates the state of the CEE investment market, revealing that growth in the region was double the EU average in H1 2018, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
In 2018, almost EUR 5.8 billion will be invested in the CEE office market. Investors came for all the world in the region – the US, Western Europe, Israel and South Africa. Commercial real estate market forecasts say that this year’s investment volumes could exceed EUR 12 billion.