Investor Las Palm has turned over the construction site of its Adventure World Warsaw amusement park project near Grodzisk Mazowiecki, in the western part of Mazowieckie voivodship, to general contractor Imtech Polska, thus initiating the launch of construction work on the scheme.
Archaeologists are now doing research work at the location. Meanwhile, Imtech has started preparatory construction work including the delivery of temporary access roads and demolition of some of the existing structures sitting on the land.
Las Palm is currently awaiting building permits for a number of facilities that will be built as parts of the Adventure World Warsaw investment. These include the Grand Resort Hotel and the Aqua Hotel, as well as a water park.
“Observing the ongoing work at the construction site of Adventure World Warsaw I can see our dreams come true,” Peter Jan Mulder, president of the management board of Las Palm, said in a statement.
“I am very happy with the stage that we are now at and would like to thank our partners and the municipal authorities of Grodzisk Mazowiecki for having been with us throughout the time,” Mr Mulder added.
The Adventure World Warsaw development, which is scheduled to be completed in 2015, will be the first investment of its kind in Poland and, according to the investor, the largest amusement park in Central and Eastern Europe.
The project is to include a theme park with over 50 different attractions, the largest water park in Poland, two themed hotels with a total of more than 800 rooms, cinemas, restaurants, clubs, cafes and stores.
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