Bartosz Kalinowski, former Regional Director for Region North in Skanska Property Poland, will be the new Managing Director in Skanska’s unit responsible for residential development. The new Regional Director for Region North will be Krzysztof Wilczek.
On September 15th, Bartosz Kalinowski will assume management of Skanska Residential Development Poland. Bartosz Kalinowski, who has been with Skanska for 6 years, has contributed in project and development processes of numerous advanced office buildings, including Green Horizon in Lodz,Green Towers, Dominikanski in Wroclaw and Silesia Business Park in Katowice. Bartosz graduated from Gdańsk University of Technology.From the second half of September, he will be responsible for the development of Skanska’s residential division.
Skanska Residential Development first entered the Polish market three years ago. However, Skanska Group has 100 years of experience in residential development around the world. It also has a well-established reputation for developing high-class housing projects in Poland. Park Ostrobramska in Praga-Południe, Warsaw is Skanska Residential Development Poland’s current project with further investments underway. The company is focused on becoming one of the leading developers of open urban spaces that are both people and environmentally friendly. Skanska has set similar goals for all of its units.
Krzysztof Wilczek will be the new Regional Director of Region North in Skanska Property Poland, which is one of Europe’s largest developers of innovative, green office spaces. In his new position, Krzysztof Wilczek will be responsible for investment realization and the unit’s business strategy in Warsaw, Poznan and Lodz. His seven years of experience within Skanska include the role of Project Manager of Marynarska Point and Green Corner in Warsaw, which was a big success for the new director. The building was leased and sold before its scheduled completion. Recently, Krzysztof has been working on the development of Skanska’s new Warsaw investment – Generation Park.
Krzysztof Wilczek is a graduate of Warsaw University of Technology.