Office construction to see double-digit growth in Poland in 2015
The office construction market in Poland has grown significantly only in the past 10 years, that is in the years following Poland’s accession to the EU, on the back of the rapid growth of the outsourcing industry in the country. There are more than 600 outsourcing centres in Poland which employ a total of 150,000 people, mostly in the country’s major cities with university-educated people. “The further growth of the business services sector and, by the same token, the development of office construction sector, will be driven by numerous factors, including the evolution of the industry from simple practices to knowledge-based services and advanced technologies, the growth of the business services sector in second-tier regional cities, continued capital expenditure by companies which have already established a foothold in Polish market and the rising popularity of outsourcing among Polish companies,” Bartlomiej Sosna, PMR Head construction analyst and the author of the report, said, and added: “The continued growth of the office construction sector may have also been driven by the decision to extend the operation of the special economic zones until 2026 as not only production companies set up their operations in the zones (though they also establish small-sized offices side by side with production plants) – there are also investors from the outsourcing sector who operate in the zone as well”.
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