JLL wins project management contract for 320,000m2 Warsaw portfolio

CEE investor CPI Property Group (CPIPG) has mandated advisory company JLL to carry out comprehensive project management services in 13 office buildings in Warsaw.

As part of the mandate, which encompasses around 320,000 m2 of space in the Polish capital, JLL will provide fit-out project management services - from negotiations with both prospective and current tenants to the delivery of fully furnished and equipped offices. The company will also recommend works contractors, control costs and oversee the project in all areas.

The agreement involves Atrium Centrum, Atrium Plaza, Central Tower, Concept Tower, Equator I, Equator II, Equator IV, EUROCENTRUM, Green Corner, Moniuszki Tower, Oxford Tower, Prosta 69 and Warsaw Financial Center.

'CPI, in terms of GLA, is the largest office property portfolio owner in Warsaw. It is all the more gratifying that CPI has once again placed their trust in us by involving JLL in such a major project. Having signed framework agreements with CPI, our team now manages projects totalling almost 600,000 sqm on behalf of landlords and owners. The last 18 months of the pandemic has further increased the importance of proper planning, design and preparation of offices in accordance with the tenants' new expectations regarding functionality, security, a comfortable working environment, as well as technological solutions and ecology. The synergy of processes and their appropriate management is key in meeting these expectations. In this respect, we have a wealth of experience and competencies to match,' said Artur Pakula, head of Project & Development Services, JLL.

The Project and Development Services team at JLL Poland consists of 25 experts with extensive experience and know-how in areas including architecture, design, engineering and project management.


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