F.B.I. TASBUD International Group has become the General Contractor of a housing complex falling within the scope of one of the largest projects implemented in Łódź, called Fuzja.
We are building the complex for the well-known Echo Investment Group. It is located at Tymienieckiego Street in the former Karol Scheibler’s textile factory.
“Fuzja” is situated in a unique part of Łódź, full of history. The investment will harmoniously combine the spirit of entrepreneurship in Lodz with various city functions, thanks to which this part of the city will be filled with life and people again.
Numerous services and amenities at your fingertips as well as modern solutions will ensure comfort and facilitate the everyday life of residents. A number of service points will be waiting for the residents, including: restaurants, cafes, bakeries, as well as exhibitions, festivals and cultural events organized in Fuzja. The heart of the project will be the restored historic, Art Nouveau heat and power plant, which for years provided power for the entire plant, and after its closure, it inspired artists.
Built by the F.B.I. TASBUD International Group complex will consist of 1, 2, 3 and 4-room apartments with areas up to 100m2, with a balcony or a loggia, so that everyone can find the right space for living. To ensure the highest standard and comfort, the apartments will be equipped with Echo Smart home solutions (adjusting room temperature, closing doors, etc.) and various finishing packages.
As a professional general contractor, the F.B.I. TASBUD will ensure the highest quality of the complex.
There will also be specialized engineering works, for example, the excavations will be secured in the form of a palisade made of Deep Soil Mixing (DSM) columns, while the ground will be reinforced with DSM columns. This technology is the most popular method to stabilise soils with low bearing capacity, ensuring the highest level of safety of execution and operation.
The prestige of the investment will be emphasized by the facade made of decorative plaster with mica and clinker elements. Inside the complex will be used, among others HPL veneer boards and perforated sheet, which will give the facilities a modern, industrial atmosphere. The complex also has rich landscaping with a courtyard and numerous green plantings.