Skanska to develop technology for commercial properties

Skanska to develop technology for commercial properties

Published at: 2019-08-29 10:48 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Skanska has partnered with Innogy Innovation Hub to develop technology within the commercial sector. The developer will work with Innogy’s startup portfolio to carry out projects at Skanska facilities in Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic. The two companies will focus on data analytics in regards to building systems, user comfort, and construction processes. Anna Tryfon-Bojarska, innovation manager at Skanska, said that cooperating with startups is of “major importance” to the company, because as a developer and general contractor for office building investments, Skanska is responsible for the entire project lifecycle. “In Skanska, we have a partner able to use this vast potential to increase the efficiency of space use, optimize building productivity and safety and enhance the wellbeing of building users. This is about us being healthier when leaving the building than we were when entering it,” said Alina Prawdzik, managing partner of Innogy Innovation Hub.

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