On a momentous occasion, the MLP Gorzów Wielkopolski Park witnessed an official cornerstone laying ceremony, attended by representatives of the local government, the general contractor, a future tenant and the project owner. The new logistics centre will encompass 56,700 sqm of cutting-edge warehouse space, of which 9,200 sqm will be taken up by the initial occupant Sunrise Medical. The project, due for completion in February 2024, is expected to achieve the BREEAM New Construction certification of ‘Excellent’.
Guests attending the event which marked the start of construction included representatives of the local government, the general contractor, a future tenant and the project owner. Notably, the local government was represented by Jacek Wójcicki, the Mayor of Gorzów Wielkopolski. Representing MLP Group, the owner of the park in Gorzów, was represented by CEO Radosław T. Krochta, while WPIP, the company engaged as the general contractor, was its CEO Dariusz Stasik. The first tenant was represented by Thomas Hardt, Senior Vice President for Europe and COO of Sunrise Medical Group.
“I am happy to see another investment project afoot in our city, confirming the consistency of our efforts. Gorzów is experiencing a remarkable transformation and the fact that we have attracted another investor confirms that everything we do to create a conducive business environment makes sense. The infusion of new investments means new employment opportunities but also reinforces Gorzów’s position on the business map. We’re all the more pleased to welcome Sunrise Medical, a global leader in the development, design, manufacturing and distribution of wheelchairs for people with disabilities. Furthermore, the technological and environmental solutions championed by MLP Group are aligned with our city’s vision. We are resolutely committed to fostering modern development while maintaining a vigilant sense of responsibility towards our environment and the land on which the innovative logistics centres are erected. I am confident that future tenants will recognise this advantage and leverage it to bolster their own businesses. You can be sure that the local government will support this investment every step of the way,” commented Jacek Wójcicki, the Mayor of Gorzów Wielkopolski.
“Our strategic goal is to develop logistics hubs in high-demand warehouse destinations. We place a particular focus on environmental protection, a commitment exemplified by our rigorous adherence to the BREEAM certification process for all newly constructed facilities. We are also dedicated to ensuring the comfort of the logistics park’s users, integrating modern, user-centric solutions at every stage of the development. Every time, we take a collaborative approach with prospective occupants, working closely with them to create bespoke spaces, aligned precisely with their unique requirements and business needs,” said Radosław T. Krochta, the CEO of MLP Group.
“Being entrusted as the general contractor for MLP Group’s first venture in the region of Zielona Góra is a source of immense satisfaction to WPIP. This role represents a continuation of our fruitful partnership, which has previously culminated in the successful completion of projects encompassing the construction and expansion of logistics parks across different regions of our country, adhering to rigorous standards of environmental sustainability,” added Dariusz Stasik, the CEO of WPIP.
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