Polish ENGINIETY is a team of the Engineers of Transformation, who support European market leaders in digital business transformation and implementation of commerce solutions (including SAP Hybris Commerce). Their customers include companies that operate in the telecommunications, tourism and retail sectors. The ENGINIETY team in Gliwice has several dozen employees and is one of the three divisions of the company in Poland.

The five-storey building is being built on one of the main streets in the centre of Gliwice, in the immediate vicinity of the city’s Old Town. The project’s architecture and scale suit the historic surroundings and blend in coherently with the urban structure. The building offers around 6,200 sqm of the modern office and retail space, and over 131 parking spaces located in the underground garage. The investment is divided into two stages, with the second one comprising the building on Dolnych Wałów Street offering 3,000 sqm of space and 40 additional parking spaces.

“We needed a project that would fully support our company’s development. The new space, designed by Kameleonlab from Wroclaw, increases the recruitment flexibility, which is especially important in the IT sector. Furthermore, the attractiveness of the building emphasises our reputation in the global commerce services market , says Krzysztof Molin, CEO of ENGINIETY.

Attractive space in a modern office building provides comfort for employees and helps the company achieve its objectives. In this case, success was delivered by perfect cooperation between the two Colliers branches located in Katowice and Warsaw. Our common experience helped to satisfy our clients and guarantee the highest standard of service”, emphasises Barbara Pryszcz , Regional Director in Katowice, Colliers International.

The main investor of the project is Global City Holdings. ArKuS is responsible for the architectural design of the building, while Takana is its general contractor. Colliers International is responsible for the project’s commercialisation. Construction work is due to be completed in Q3 2018.