NDI will renovate the PKO BP Rotunda
NDI SA is going to implement a renovation project concerning the PKO Bank Polski Rotunda in Warsaw, which is one of the most distinctive buildings of the city. The scope of the works includes the demolition of the existing building and the construction in its place of a new service building along with complete technical infrastructure.
The PKO BP Rotunda located at 100/102 Marszałkowska Street in Warsaw was erected in the 1960s and rebuilt in 1979 after the gas explosion that had destroyed about 70% of the structure. It is a one-level building with a basement that goes beyond the outline of the main structure and a spacious mezzanine above the ground floor. The supporting structure on the level of ground floors is composed of steel columns, on which the steel roof structure is based.
On the level of underground floors, the main supporting structure is composed of walls and reinforced concrete columns. The façade of the new building will be light and made of glass. Outside, it is planned to build a public amphitheater with green walls; inside, on levels -1 and 0, banking services will continue to be provided, and on level +1 a public cultural zone has been planned.
The execution of the project is scheduled to take two years.
Current state and project visualizations (PKO BP).