Skanska commercial dev unit names new EVP of operations Hungary, Romania
Aurelia Luca became the new executive vice president of operations Hungary and Romania for Skanska’s commercial development business unit, the company told the Budapest Business Journal.
She joined Skanska in 2012, as a leasing manager. The expert has been responsible for the Romanian operations since 2018 and is a member of the senior leadership Ttam of Skanska commercial development business in Central and Eastern Europe. In early 2021 she took over the Hungarian operations, becoming EVP operations Hungary and Romania and is now responsible for Skanska’s commercial development business unit in both Bucharest and Budapest.
“I am honored to join such a great team like Skanska Hungary one and keen on supporting my colleagues in developing amazing projects, always having at our heart the care for people and strong business principles. I see great opportunities and synergies between the two countries that I am leading and there is a lot of inspiration, best practices, and good energy to be shared," commented Luca.
The company's Hungarian team has built nine office projects with a total of 230,000 sqm in Hungary so far. Despite the pandemic, Skanska successfully delivered Nordic Light Trio building in Budapest, which will be Skanska’s first WELL-certified building in Hungary. Still during the uncertainties, Skanska started the development of the first phase of the new office complex H2Offices in the Váci office corridor. H2Offices will offer about 67,000 sqm of office space with a lot of greenery and smart solutions.
During the leadership of Luca, Campus 6.2 and Equilibrium 1 were the first office buildings in Romania that obtained WELL Health & Safety Rating. In Hungary the team designed H2Offices to meet the criteria of the new Health & Safety Rating as well.
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