DVM group joins Studio Alliance as founding member

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Szervita Square Office Building, one of DVM's projects in Budapest.

Integrated building services company DVM group became a founding member of Studio Alliance, a formal group of workplace experts who share common values, ethics and goals when delivering projects across Europe, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

DVM group provides a comprehensive range of integrated architecture and building services in Hungary and has been a prominent player in the CEE real estate sector since its foundation in 1995.

“During the last 25 years of our market presence, we delivered exceptional office, retail, hotel, industrial, residential, institutional, and healthcare projects to a prestigious global clientele representing sectors as diverse as telecommunications, IT, bank & finance, pharmaceuticals, automotive & transportation, energy, FMCG, accounting & advisory, or diplomatic missions. Common values of our fit-out and building assignments range from technical excellence and sustainable solutions to high aesthetics, customer-centered processes, and cost/time efficient project implementation,” points out managing partner Tibor Massányi about DVM group’s track record.

Co-founder Clive Lucking, who coordinated member selectio,n talked about the choice of DVM group for the Europe-wide association, “Studio Alliance was formed in response to accelerating globalization and offers corporate occupiers and landlords local market knowledge combined with the experience of designing and delivering projects in over 5,000 buildings throughout 24 countries. The principal services of Studio Alliance members include workplace consultancy, architectural and interior design, fit-out and furnishing of commercial offices. Our members – including market-leading Hungarian workplace expert DVM group – have all been hand-selected for their company size, demonstrable market knowledge, business success and longevity, as well as their experience working with global brands and multinational corporations.”

Tamás Sellyey, Director of Operations and Group Sales at DVM group has high hopes when it comes to the added value of the membership: “DVM group has been a pioneer in multiple areas of the local building services market, among them being the first to deliver design & build solutions in Hungary. Within the last 2.5 decades, the office market has gone through significant transformations, having to meet new demands, and satisfying the workplace needs of new generations.  We are delighted to join Studio Alliance, an esteemed community gathering the most prestigious firms and experts of Europe’s real estate markets, and we look forward to sharing knowledge and experience with them regarding the creation of the best workplaces for our clients.”

Studio Alliance comprises 11 business members: Area Europe in the United Kingdom, Alternativ in Belgium, CAPEXUS in the Czech Republic, CDB in France, DIEM in Turkey, Ditt in Holland, DVM group in Hungary, IIS Space in Ireland, Il Prisma in Italy, Morphoza in Romania and Reesco in Poland.

A short film about the alliance can be viewed here.

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