Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, a WiredScore partner, has completed Office (Occupied) certifications of existing buildings in Poland and Slovakia: Rondo 1, Focus, Nefryt and Topaz in Warsaw and Valesco’s Twin City Tower in Bratislava.
WiredScore certification at Cushman & Wakefield
WiredScore is the organisation behind WiredScore and SmartScore certifications: the internationally recognised digital connectivity and smart building rating systems for real estate, helping landlords design and promote buildings with powerful connectivity and smart capabilities. The WiredScore certificate, awarded following an assessment against individual criteria, proves that a project is tech-ready and able to fulfil tenants’ digital requirements. In 2021, global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield became a WiredScore partner – the first in Poland. Justyna Kwiatkowska, Senior Leasing Manager / Landlord Representation, Asset Services EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield, is an accredited professional holding relevant certification authorizations at Cushman & Wakefield.
The first projects in Poland and Slovakia are now certified
Rondo 1 has been successfully WiredScore certified and awarded the highest possible Platinum rating. The highest WiredScore level means that a building meets exceptional resilience and quality standards for cable infrastructure and a wireless network.
The other buildings: Focus, Nefryt and Topaz in Warsaw and Valesco’s Twin City Towers in Bratislava have been WiredScore certified at the Gold level. WiredScore Gold means that a building offers very good connectivity and its solutions fulfil modern tenants’ digital requirements.
Cushman & Wakefield, along with its business partners, will be gradually extending the certification process to include properties in the office portfolio under its management, which is aligned with its strategy of creating modern workspaces through their digital transformation.
“Considering trends, the ongoing digitalization of the economy and the rise of proptech innovations, we are confident that an unbiased assessment of the current state of digital connectivity in buildings and implementation of upgrade plans will have a major impact on tenants’ office decisions. During an audit required for certification we also advise on the best tech solutions to meet the changing expectations of tenants and other users of commercial space so that a building receives the highest possible rating,” says Grzegorz Dyląg, Partner, Head of Asset Services Business Space Poland, Cushman & Wakefield.