The total value of both investments amounts to almost PLN 118 million gross, and the Conference Centre is partially co-financed by the European Union resources, whereas the cost of the seat of Urząd Marszałkowski is covered by Lublin Voivodeship.
Lublin Conference Centre will be the biggest of this kind in the region, having the total space of about 9 570 m2 on 6 above-ground and 3 underground storeys. The centre is constructed for the needs of voivodeship local government, it will also provide commercial services in organising conferences, conventions, meetings and symposia.
The main part of the Centre will be a huge conference room with about 400 seats. Additionally, there will be a few smaller rooms. Apart from convention areas in the building there will also be a set of rooms of the space of about 250 m2, which enables flexible division into smaller units. The Centre is also to boast Business Centre rooms, allowing meetings in smaller groups. The project also assumes creating an open exhibition room on two storeys, whereas on the ground floor the seat of Convention Bureau, Tourist Information and press centre will be located. The whole project is implemented with making use of environment-friendly solutions, such as the application of solar collectors.
The Centre is situated at 8a Aleje Racławickie and 2 Grottgera Street. The land belongs to Lublin Voivodeship. Currently, the construction, which is to be completed in the third quarter of 2014, is in progress. The investment costs almost PLN 90 million, and the subsidies from the EU amount to almost PLN 42 million.
In the vicinity of Lublin Conference Centre the seat of the Marshal Office, located at 4 Grottgera Street, is being constructed. The total area of the building comes to about 18 300 m2 on 6 above-ground and 3 underground storeys. The investment will cost more than PLN 63 million and is fully financed by Lublin Voivodeship.
The project is implemented by Polimex-Mostostal S.A.