Municipality of Přerov gets new modern office building
The contract for the renovation of the building situated at No. 16 TGM Square was officially signed today by the Mayor of Přerov Petr Vrána, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of VCES Zdeněk Pokorný and the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors Anthony De Busschere. For the sum of CZK 359,508,386, VCES will convert the building, which was built in 1969, into a modern seat for the Municipality.
“Let’s Meet at Středoškolská” – Another project of Linkcity in Ostrava
City Council has decided to sell the land in the cadastral area of Zábřeh nad Odrou, the area known as “Středoškolská”, to Linkcity Czech Republic a.s. The investor has submitted a plan to build a new residential district which will offer almost 240 residential units, parking spaces, leisure facilities, a park, sports facilities and common areas for outdoor […]
Mercedes-Benz Trucks Opened a New Service and Sales Center
Today, precisely a year after laying its foundation stone, an opening ceremony was held for the Mercedes-Benz Truck Center in the Vsisko district of Velký Týnec, near Olomouc. This is a new branch of the company Mercedes-Benz Trucks Česká republika, which is an accredited importer of Mercedes-Benz and Fuso cargo trucks and has its headquarters in Prague 5 – Stodůlky. Linkcity is behind the project’s development as a whole, additionally providing construction via its sister company, VCES.
A Wooden Apartment Building To Be Built in Pardubice
Wood is the building material of the future – it is a renewable resource that constantly regenerates and has a passive CO2 footprint. In its overall life cycle, from its growth through to use in building construction, it consumes more CO2 than it produces. Moreover, construction using timber is exceptionally quick, less noisy, and dust-free – therefore producing the least strain on the environment. Wooden buildings possess a healthy, pleasant, and inspiring interior environment, and exposed wood surfaces in their interiors are a popular feature. All these benefits are being recognized by an increasing number of investors and developers, who together feel responsibility for the future of our planet and have been reacting accordingly. Linkcity Czech Republic, part of the French construction group Bouygues Construction, is one of these. As part of the extensive reconstruction of a Pardubice brownfield, they will build their pilot project for a wooden apartment building.
The South Moravia Region has celebrated the opening of a children’s treatment center that includes speleotherapy. The first patients will arrive in March.
The new Children’s Sanatorium and Speleotherapy Centre in Ostrava u Macochy is the only one of its kind in the Czech Republic. It is intended for children aged 3 to 18 who have asthma, respiratory system inflammation, allergies, or atopic eczema. On Thursday, February 23, 2023, Governor Jan Grolich of the South Moravian Region joined other partners from the consortium of contractors to hold an official opening ceremony for the building, which cost a total of CZK 218 million and utilized a loan from the European Investment Bank.
Bouygues signs #StOPe initiative to fight “casual” sexism
Under the patronage of Isabelle Rome, France’s Minister responsible for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, the Bouygues group signed a joint undertaking in support of #StOpE (Stop Casual Sexism in the Workplace) that covers all the Group’s subsidiaries (Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier, Colas, Equans, TF1, Bouygues Telecom). All employees of VCES and Linkcity in the Czech Republic and Slovakia also join the initiative.
The Water Treatment Plant in Hrobice Has Undergone Extensive Modernization
The water treatment plant at Hrobice, in the Pardubice District, has undergone extensive modernization. This centered not only on increasing the water treatment plant’s performance and making treatment more effective, but also on separate methods for treating water extracted from underground boreholes and surface water.
Construction Begins on a New Tram Depot in Prague
Prague, Sept. 7, 2022 – Today the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) commenced construction on its tram depot in Hloubětín. The main part of the construction will be the hangar for parking and repairing trams; however, an overwhelming majority of the premises will undergo modernization. This means that after 73 years, Prague will acquire a completely new depot with a greater capacity and state-of-the-art equipment. The companies VCES and Chládek a Tintěra will do the construction within their partnership Společnost VCES-CHT pro Vozovnu Hloubětín. The construction will last practically two years and two months, and DPP expects it to become operational during the second half of October 2024.