Red Hat expands at Brno Technology Park

Red Hat expands at Brno Technology Park

Published at: 2017-07-11 11:34 | Author: CIJ Journal
A new facility was recently completed at Technology Park Brno for the Czech subsidiary of Red Hat, Inc., a leading provider of open source solutions. Colliers International acted as the leasing advisor and project manager for the $9m fit-out of the new 4,000 sqm facility. Red Hat was looking to create a work environment that would help attract and keep the best talent coming out of Brno’s technical universities. The butterfly-shaped building designed and constructed by K4 Architects & Engineers is Red Hat’s second building at Brno Technology Park. The high-tech space, which will accommodate 350 Red Hat employees, features a private gym, wellness center and library as well as break and games areas. In 2016, the US multinational software company was named one of the 12 best employers in the Czech Republic by the global HR consulting and outsourcing firm Aon Hewitt for the fourth time.

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