DVM group wins 2 awards at 'Office of the Year' contest

Office Market

DVM group won two awards at ingatlan.com's "Office of the Year" competition, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

This year, the competition featured the highest number of entries ever, resulting in extremely tight scores among the top real estate market players.

DVM group was voted the “Construction Company of the Year” and “Interior Design Company of the Year” by a jury of experts.

Among the individual projects of DVM group, Booking.com's new office was a finalist in the design category, and thanks to its environmentally-conscious interior design, bp's new headquarters earned the “Sustainable Office of the Year” category victory.

Tibor Massányi, managing partner of DVM group, says “Every year we are active participants in the 'Office of the Year' competition, with quite a few category victories and grand prizes. DVM group provides integrated construction and architectural services, so it is a great pleasure for us to have earned the titles of 'Construction Company of the Year' and 'Interior Design Company of the Year'. We are honored to have this confirmation from the office market. Big thanks to the team, our customers and our partners for working together to achieve this milestone.”

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