Construction of first PINEA Resort apartment building entering final stages at Pobierowo, Poland

Chapman Taylor is pleased to report that good progress has been made on the construction of Phase 1 of the PINEA Resort development in Pobierowo, Poland, with the first private apartment building now entering the final construction stages.

Works on the building shell and the balconies’ wood-effect aluminum verticals blinds will complete by mid-June. Once the interior fit-out and landscaping works are completed, the building will be opened in July.

The 55,000m2 GBA PINEA Resort complex consists of three main buildings containing 175 private apartments, a 156-key, 4-Star Hilton Garden Inn hotel and a 150-room condo-hotel with an associated spa, swimming pool, physio rooms, saunas and sports facilities (c.1000m2). Additionally, there are shared underground car parking and servicing zones.

The signature saw-tooth external architecture of the buildings will ensure that all rooms have stunning views of the Baltic Sea while offering privacy to residents and guests using the balconies and terraces.

The buildings’ green roofs have been designed to achieve a high bioactive green area ratio (60%), as required by the local development plan. The resort design also prioritised the protection of the area’s biodiversity and the existing costal landscape habitat.

The project was designed using advanced BIM-based design tools, including a point-cloud-based topographical survey – allowing us to create a collaborative architectural and structural BIM model alongside separate MEP models. With Phase 1 (the private apartments) being built, construction documentation is currently being produced for Phase 2. Chapman Taylor designed PINEA Resort for Fenixco, a joint venture of Belgian and Polish investors, with Strabag Construction acting as general contractor on phase 1.

The 55,000m2 GBA PINEA Resort complex consists of three main buildings containing 175 private apartments, a 156-key, 4-Star Hilton Garden Inn hotel and a 150-room condo-hotel with an associated spa, swimming pool, physio rooms, saunas and sports facilities (c.1000m2). Additionally, there are shared underground car parking and servicing zones.

The signature saw-tooth external architecture of the buildings will ensure that all rooms have stunning views of the Baltic Sea while offering privacy to residents and guests using the balconies and terraces.

The buildings’ green roofs have been designed to achieve a high bioactive green area ratio (60%), as required by the local development plan. The resort design also prioritised the protection of the area’s biodiversity and the existing costal landscape habitat.

The project was designed using advanced BIM-based design tools, including a point-cloud-based topographical survey – allowing us to create a collaborative architectural and structural BIM model alongside separate MEP models. With Phase 1 (the private apartments) being built, construction documentation is currently being produced for Phase 2. Chapman Taylor designed PINEA Resort for Fenixco, a joint venture of Belgian and Polish investors, with Strabag Construction acting as general contractor on phase 1.

Witold Nowakowski

副董事, 华沙

Witold joined Chapman Taylor’s Warsaw studio in 2008 and became an Associate Director in 2011. He is responsible for overseeing implementation of our BIM strategy in the Warsaw studio.

He has an established track record in the design of major retail, hospitality and residential projects in Poland. 

Witold has also undertaken the BREEAM Assessors' training course and is a BREEAM International Assessor. He speaks Polish, English, French and Russian.

Area of Expertise:

Building Information Modelling / Design Management / Workplace / Residential / Sustainability

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