The first office building, situated in one of the emerging office district in Bucharest, will benefit from an investment of EUR 38 million. The construction works started in the end of last year. The building will have 11 upper floors and two underground floors, with a commercial area of 22,000 sq. m.


Overall, the office project will include four buildings with a total area of 81,000 sqm and 1,100 parking places.


The first phase of Campus 6 will be delivered in the third quarter of 2018.


Other facilities apart the innovative roof running track will include green features such as water quality control, ventilation and open space. Skanska is aiming to the Well Building Standard award for its complex in Romania, being tested by Green Business Certification Inc. every three years.


The office project will be developed on the 2.1 hectares plot bought by the company in 2015 with nearly EUR 13 million from the local businessman Ion Rădulea, part of the former industrial platform Pumac.

The entire plot of land correspondent to the former factory platform has an area of 7 hectares and it is co-owned by Ion Rădulea and Alain and Alexis Bronte. In the future, Skanska could consider the acquisition of the rest of the plot.  (source: