The global aviation services group Avia Solutions Group has selected engineering solutions company Dizaja for the installation of microclimate and other engineering systems in an exclusive building of the Aviation Technology Valley, which will be a distinctive feature of the public space with a real Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft.
2022 The Aviation Technology Valley, which will open its doors near Vilnius Airport, will have a total of eight floors and will employ up to 800 people. Almost 10 thousand. sq. m. building will house not only the group’s administration staff, but also a restaurant, gym, conference room and other facilities. On the first floor of the building will stand one of the business class planes belonging to the group, which will look great behind the glass facade, so it will be visible not only to the visitors of the center, but also to the city residents and guests going to and from the airport.
Dizaja will design and install all engineering systems, such as microclimate, air conditioning, heating, ventilation and domestic plumbing systems. The installation will be carried out together with the general project contractor Litana and Ko.
“It will be an exceptional building with an exceptional environment – the world’s first business and technology center, where the real business class aircraft will stand. Therefore, from the engineering side, we will have to create a perfect microclimate and comfort control system that will ensure that guests feel as if they are in the VIP area in one of the best airports in the world. We are happy to work with such an ambitious company as Avia Solutions Group and are grateful for their trust, ”says Titas Kecorius, CEO of Dizaja.
“We strive to provide the best conditions for work and creativity, therefore we paid special attention to the comfort of employees. When designing the center, we thought through every detail. In addition to modern workspaces, the office also has places for leisure, where it will be possible to relax comfortably.” – says Darius Zabarskas, the head of DG21, which is developing the valley of technology.