BAVEST GmbH, a real estate development company from Nuremberg, has won the tender for the office fit-out including joinery works in the “iCampus Rhenania”. This new office complex, developed in Munich East, will create an entire new district in the industrial part of the city. The investor is industry-leading technology Group Rohde and Schwarz.
The iCampus Office Complex consists of the old administration building of the “Rhenania” company, a listed historical landmark built in the 1920s. Together with the new office buildings around it, it forms an ensemble and transforms the east side of Munich. “iCampus” is being built by R&S Immobilienmanagement GmbH and its suppliers. Based on the recent tender for joinery works, BAVEST has become one of them.
The scope of carpentry works to be delivered by BAVEST consists of: 12 office kitchens, 50 bathroom units, stairs, window sills, handrails, etc. – We are a relatively young company in Bavaria, yet with a lot of experience in joinery works and interior design. Due to our long-term, family-based relationships in Poland, we provide the special office fit-out solutions of the Maremont brand in Germany. Maremont has been a great success on the Polish market and has won the trust of the largest companies for their office fit-outs. I am very pleased that we can now offer this experience to the German customers .- says Anna Groß, general manager and founder of BAVEST.
Maremont stands for the highest European quality and joinery standards. – We work with materials from well-known suppliers. The quality of our products meets all the German requirements, and, thanks to the production in Poland, enables cost savings. Our motivation is to deliver the best quality product for the most prestigious location in Munich. We are focused on long-term cooperation with our customers and hope this is a good starting point for the future. – added Piotr Skusiewicz, managing director and founder of Maremont.
The delivery of the carpentry work is expected to take place in the first quarter of 2022. The project is to be completed in 2022.