The GLP company submitted to the relevant authorities a proposal for the construction of a modern multi-purpose complex in the Pharos commercial zone, which will provide space for various types of business. The complex is designed for use as a sales showroom, for technological development and research, or for robotic logistics.
The concept of the project is energy-conscious and will contain a number of innovative elements: "Photovoltaic panels will produce electricity, heat pumps will provide heat, and rainwater will serve as utility." An intelligent measurement and data collection system will be available, which will enable monitoring of heat consumption and the operation of equipment in the building. The goal is to significantly reduce operating costs and at the same time facilitate maintenance," explains Jan Palek, director of GLP for Slovakia and the Czech Republic. GLP plans to sensitively integrate the entire site into the surrounding development, in the form of a park arrangement that will open up space for visitors.
The buildings will be freely accessible, they will not be fenced, and the greenery will make the stay inside and outside the shopping zone more pleasant. Safe operation of the park will be ensured by modern technologies and CCTV cameras. "We want to show that business and industrial zones can also be environmentally friendly. We have extensive experience in the construction of commercial zones, where we use modern technologies and innovation. We apply this construction model with great success in the entire Central European region," adds Jan Palek.
The modern perception of business zones in the spirit of ESG pays off GLP's emphasis on social responsibility - ESG - that is, that the campuses serve not only customers, but also their surroundings, pays off. It attracts important companies from the field of e-commerce and technological development to business parks. For example, the popular Alza e-shop uses the premises of GLP Park Prague Chrášťany as a sales showroom and for the distribution of goods.
Škoda Motorsport uses the specially designed spaces of GLP Park Mladá Boleslav for the design and construction of racing cars. "We also want to build a Bratislava business park for this kind of companies," adds Jan Palek.
The business zone GLP Bratislava will consist of five single-storey low-energy buildings, which will be environmentally friendly and will use renewable resources to the maximum extent. The modern multi-purpose area is designed for use as a sales showroom, for technological development and research or for robotic logistics.
The project will be energy-efficient, boasting a number of innovative elements: energy is produced by rooftop photovoltaic panels, heat will be provided by heat pumps, and rainwater will be used as utility water. The intelligent measurement and data collection system will enable monitoring of heat consumption and control of building operations.
The entire area is sensitively integrated into the surrounding buildings, in the form of a park arrangement that opens up the entire space to visitors without barriers. Greenery will make your stay inside and outside the shopping area more pleasant. Safe operation of the park will be ensured by modern technologies and CCTV cameras.
The mentioned GLP Park Praha Chrášťany is also built in the spirit of ESG and has extensive park improvements: "They are freely available to the public, including a disc golf course and rest areas. We want to apply a similar concept, i.e. connecting places for rest and business, in Bratislava, the location certainly deserves it," concludes Jan Palek, director of GLP for Slovakia and the Czech Republic.