Herald news of the new tenants in the office buildings at the Green House in Budapest.

I bet all employees are wearing some green when they enter the


Green House Restaurant  – Zöld Ház Étterem Ltd. – won the tender to operate the 463 sq m restaurant on the ground floor of Green House, Hungary’s only LEED Platinum pre-certified office building in the District XIII. at Budapest.

The doors to open on the 1st of  February, 2013.

Managing Director Ms.Annabella Zaváczki said that the restaurant could accommodate 300 guests at a time, and they would serve diverse international food with a wide range of healthy options. Both the restaurant and the adjacent cafeteria will be open to the general public.

Skanska Property Hungary’s Managing Director Mr. Grzegorz Strutynski welcomed the new tenant in the building. “Healthy, organic dining options are also part of an all-around green work environment, and Skanska is glad to seal the cooperation with a company that pays special attention to that important aspect.”

Have had given this overview of the existence and other information in my previous update, let alone by saying what might sound as interesting to hear the background to my readers again …. here it goes:Throughout 125 years, Skanska has been a modern and innovative developer and contractor, building what society needs. To-day, Skanska is one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups with expertise in construction, development of commercial and residential projects and public-private partnerships. The Group currently has 53,000 employees in selected home markets in Europe, in the US and Latin America. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. They are also listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, Skanska’s sales in 2011 totaled SEK 123 billion.”

Based on its global green experience, Skanska aims to be the clients’ first choice for Green solutions.

To-day one of our main daily activities is to be on the road, whether for leisure or heading for work, but what a disgusting feeling is to travel on bad, dumping roads. Well within the 125 years Skanska by request provided roads and as well awesome bridges to cross over to the other side of the road. Their first asphalt road  lay in Borlänge in 1927 and Jordberga in 1889 in Sweden. If you think of it, it’s almost two centuries ago. Some would say …  gosh it’s history. In the mid ’50 Skanska built its 1st. „expressway” connecting Malmö to Lund in Sweden.

Talking about the bridges, we in Budapest are aware of eye-catching bridge. We have 10 bridges connecting back-and-forth over crossing the River Danube. The Skanska also provided superb bridges to meet the eye.

The Opera House in Stockholm was built by the company within 2 years from 1888 until 1890 and this was Skanska’s first major assignment. I believe,  seeing only on postcard th Royal Opera house in Stockholm wears its name perfectl.It really has the look of royalty. By-the-way … at first glance … indeed … you may discover similarities to the Hungarian State House and the Opera House in Stockholm.

Latest news received from Dr. Ildikó Rézműves, Communication & Marketing specialist.

Update by Aggie Reiter


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