Hitachi Energy will move into offices in the Garnizon complex in Gdańsk. The company, supported by the consulting agency Corees Polska, has just signed a lease agreement for office space.
The contract signed in Gdańsk is part of the cooperation, under which the Corees Polska agency represents Hitachi Energy in Poland in all office space lease transactions in the country.
– We are glad that we have such a partner on our side – says Szymon Kiełczewski, Head of Real Estate at Hitachi Energy in Poland. – For us, it is a synonym of professionally conducted transactions, from the moment of providing information on our needs to signing the contract card.
Garnizon is a unique multifunctional space project implemented by the Hossa SA Investment Group in the area of over 25 ha of the former Black Hussars barracks. A living part of this area in the heart of the Gdańsk agglomeration are office buildings, located both in modern complexes with remarkable architecture, as well as restored historic buildings. In their immediate vicinity, there are various commercial and service premises, as well as sports and cultural facilities, which, combined with the extensive parking infrastructure, makes Garnizon a friendly environment for companies and their employees.
Hitachi Energy is a global technology leader with a shared heritage of nearly 250 years and employing approximately 36,000 people in 90 countries. Headquartered in Switzerland, the company supports utilities, industrial companies and infrastructure clients along the entire value chain, as well as emerging sectors such as sustainable transport, smart cities, energy storage and data centers. With extensive experience, a global background and an unrivaled base of installed equipment, Hitachi Energy creates social, environmental and economic value, and is committed to shaping the future of sustainable energy using pioneering and digital technologies as the preferred supplier of a stronger, smarter and greener grid energy. https://www.hitachienergy.com