The Bucharest office of construction materials producer Saint-Gobain has been relocated to Floreasca Park, in the northern part of the capital, the company has announced. The relocation is effective as of mid-January. Saint-Gobain has rented some 1,264 sqm of office space on the third floor in building A of Floreasca Park. Other tenants include Oracle, BASF, Ursus, Mobexpert and the complex’s developer, Portland Trust.
The new offices host a part of the staff of Saint-Gobain’s two main member companies in Romania, Saint-Gobain Glass and Saint-Gobain Construction Products Romania (with the Isover, Rigips and PAM Business Units), as well as the staff of the Saint-Gobain Delegation to Romania.
The EUR 70 million Floreasca Park is located in the immediate vicinity of Pipera Overpass and Aurel Vlaicu subway station in northern Bucharest.
In Romania, Saint-Gobain Group includes four companies (Saint-Gobain Construction Products with Isover, PAM, Rigips and Weber Business Units, Saint-Gobain Glass Romania with Glass and Abrasives Business Units, MTI Impex Brasov and Brodrene Dahl), having about 1100 employees. It operates 12 production units in eight industrial sites located in Brasov, Branesti, Calarasi, Ploiesti, Satu-Mare, Tulcea, Turda and Suceava.