Future construction phases offer the premises the possibility of expansion or development in the commercial zone.

1. Growth

If your company grows, you don't have to worry about moving elsewhere. We'll simply move you to larger premises. You'll stay at the same address, and still enjoy the same high standards of the environment and services! If paying rent is no longer a suitable option for you, you can buy the premises.

2. A temporary increase in capacity

You can use vacant premises for your storage or production needs.

3. Ready for construction

All the premises come not only with a ready-made access road and infrastructure, but also a valid building permit, so you can move in less than 9 months after making your decision.

4. A good address

The premises are directly at the R10 exit and are highly visible. The smaller size of the premises allows each tenant or owner to retain their own identity. We've purchased the adjacent plots of land, and we're preparing them for construction. Don't hesitate to contact us. We'll be happy to give you additional information or arrange a personal meeting where we'll discuss your requirements in detail and agree on the next course of action.


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The pan-European machining tool retailer, Teximp, approached us with a request for the construction of a hall with a developed area of approximately 1,500 m2 and three above-ground floors, for ownership. The aim was to revive a previously unrealized production premises project which would now include offices and a training centre.

After initially introducing Teximp to our products, we visited their own plant to get an idea of the company's operation. We carried out a detailed analysis of their needs and advised them on specific technology and process requirements.

Our proposed design resulted in significant savings of the required area increased the plant's efficiency. The original proposal was amended to a developed area of less than 1,000 m2. We prepared a calculation, and after several rounds of negotiations finalized the scope of the project.

Teximp unexpectedly needed to use the premises before the planned completion of the construction, and so we helped them move into a vacant rental unit on a temporary basis.

We arranged detailed project documentation based on our own standards but also respecting the company's individuality, we selected a supplier, and we monitored the quality of the construction. Teximp moved to their new, tailor-made premises in January 2013.

Its Prague branch has become a template which Teximp will use during its expansion to other European countries.