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Škoda Auto Zooms into the Future: Laurin & Klement Kampus Unveiled as a Green and Genius Workspace

Mladá Boleslav, March 4, 2024 – After two years of anticipation and construction, Škoda Auto has finally parked its future in the present with the grand unveiling of its new headquarters, the Laurin & Klement Kampus, in Mladá Boleslav. This architectural marvel, named after the company’s visionary founders, promises to be the envy of office complexes everywhere, mixing sustainability with a dash of genius, and space for 2,000 employees to collaborate and innovate without bumping elbows.

Karsten Schnake, a Škoda Auto Board Member, couldn’t hide his excitement: “We’re not just building offices; we’re engineering inspiration stations! This place is where our past meets our future, fueled by innovation and a strong espresso from the in-house café.” The campus stands as a testament to Škoda Auto’s commitment to its roots and its drive towards a sustainable future.

Meno Requardt, CEO of Volkswagen Immobilien, shared a similar enthusiasm, stating, “We’ve laid more than just the foundation for Škoda Auto’s headquarters; we’ve planted the seeds for a greener tomorrow. Our buildings are not just structures; they’re sustainability superheroes!”

The Laurin & Klement Kampus is not your average office complex. Housing up to 2,000 employees, it integrates state-of-the-art technology with a layout designed for maximum collaboration across its four interconnected buildings. From modular conference areas with the latest tech to a restaurant that likely serves more than just good ideas, this campus has it all – including over 680 parking spaces and an impressive 138 electric vehicle charging stations.

But that’s not all. The Kampus introduces a contemporary office concept that embraces the ‘New Work’ movement. With desk sharing, community areas for networking, and zones designed for creativity and relaxation, Škoda Auto is setting a new standard for the workplace of the future.

In its quest to be as kind to the planet as it is to its employees, the Laurin & Klement Kampus is on track to receive a gold certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council. With a 222-panel photovoltaic system, LED technology, smart light sensors, and an air conditioning system that’s more efficient than a Czech engineer on a deadline, the campus is a testament to Škoda Auto’s green ambitions.

As the first employees start to move in, the Laurin & Klement Kampus is revving up to be more than just a place to work. It’s a beacon of innovation, collaboration, and sustainability. Škoda Auto is not just driving into the future; it’s making sure it’s a ride we can all enjoy.

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