STRABAG, the Czech subsidiary of STRABAG, is set to lead a consortium in the construction of Česká spořitelna’s new headquarters in Prague’s Smíchov district.  

The project will span 75,000m² across four buildings.  

It is designed to intersect the main boulevard with a public passageway featuring shops, cafés, and a multifunctional auditorium for 380 visitors. 

The auditorium will see the addition of what is said to be the Spanish Steps, an outdoor grandstand accommodating 150 spectators. 

In addition, the project encompasses the construction of all necessary infrastructure, outdoor paved areas, green spaces, and landscaping. 

STRABAG board of directors chair Moritz Freyborn said: “We are pleased to have gained the investor’s trust and to have the opportunity to turn the vision of the investor and the architects into reality.  

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“This complex and structurally challenging project is an example of modern construction that combines the latest technology, sustainability and ecology. We believe that this complex will be a benefit not only for the employees of Česká spořitelna but also for the general public in Prague.” 

The building aims to achieve the highest Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method Outstanding and WELL Platinum certifications, aligning with EU Taxonomy requirements.  

It will operate as an energy-neutral facility, using heat pumps, photovoltaics, and nearly 40km of geothermal boreholes for heating and cooling. 

The complex will also have green roofs with beehives and a forest nursery for tree seedlings.  

Water self-sufficiency will be achieved through on-site wells, rainwater tanks, and water treatment plants. 

Construction is expected to take 36 months, with completion expected in 2027.  

STRABAG will incorporate digital building information modelling models throughout the construction process, enhancing the design, security, and documentation phases.  

The partnership with STRABAG group’s FRISCHBETON will see the use of low-carbon concrete. 

Last month, STRABAG signed a purchase agreement along with PORR for parts of the VAMED group, for a total price of €90m ($96.42m).