After a Herculean effort to co-ordinate contractors and suppliers delayed by the impacts of the global pandemic, Artelia has handed over the much anticipated new Marketing Pavilion for Boka Place to our client, Adriatic Marinas.
At an event put on by Adriatic Marinas to mark the pavilion’s completion, David Leverett, Project Director for Boka Place, acknowledged what a difficult project it had been and how well the Artelia team had handled it:
“The new sales office for the Boka Place site presented, from the outset, a set of unique challenges. Aside from the ambitious programme the building was designed by a number of parties and ultimately procured from three ‘main contractors’ all of whom were at some point competing for completed design, as well as materials.
Artelia managed to make sense of all of this and brought order where there would have been chaos. We provided very challenging deadlines and sometimes contradictory information. Artelia never let us down, bringing additional resource from the UK in the midst of Covid restrictions to boost their efforts and ultimately deliver, I commend them wholeheartedly for their efforts.”
Over a third of the Pavilion recreates the look and feel of the prestigious SIRO-managed residences and private residences that will be on offer at Boka Place, bringing alive the experience for prospective investors. Additional space includes offices and a stunning atrium with a 200 year olive tree which has been preserved and nurtured during the build. Overlooking Porto Montenegro’s polo ground, the atrium will provide a reception and events space, as marketing activity for the new neighbourhood ramps up. Interest is already high from people keen to benefit from the stunning location and relaxed atmosphere of Porto Montenegro.
Watch the Marketing Pavilion video here.