CTP is a full-service commercial property developer and manager based in the Czech Republic. Already the leader in our home market for many years, our success in 2013 expanding our portfolio of premium business properties makes CTP the fourth-largest industrial developer in Europe and eighth-largest overall.
CTP specialises in the delivery and management of custom-built, high-tech business facilities for leading international and domestic companies making strategic investments in new or expanded operations in Central Europe.
Our award-winning portfolio of properties includes the CTPark Network—the largest integrated system of industrial parks in Central Europe—as well as several stand-alone, city-centre A-class office developments, including Spielberk Office Centre in Brno and IQ Ostrava. An extensive development land bank, together with retail and mixed-use holdings, balance the portfolio.
CTP’s full-service platform incorporates all aspects of the development process under one roof—everything from land purchase, permitting and financing to design, construction, and fit-out, followed by comprehensive property management, park management, and client after-care services. Our dedicated team of over 140 professionals brings the right mix of talent, experience, hard work and entrepreneurial spirit to each new project.
Last night, Thursday November 27th, at the 14th annual CIJ Awards Czech Republic, CTP took home three 1st place awards. CTP won in the following three categories:
Lease of the Year, for the 47,000 m2 lease of the same building to leading electron microscope manufacturer FEI, and
Industrial Leadership Award to Remon Vos, CTP CEO, marking this the 4th time he has been recognised for his leadership by his peers.
The awards are decided upon by a select group of real estate leaders in conjunction with a jury comprised of professionals from CIJ Czech Republic.
The Brno branch of FEI, a world leader in the design and manufacture of electron microscopes, operates an R&D and assembly facility in the newly built, landscaped campus-like premises in CTPark Brno. The company currently employs 500 staff and plans to grow up to 1,200 employees. CTP designed and built the Technology Centre in close cooperation with FEI to ensure a high energy efficiency rating and an enjoyable workplace. The development was recently awarded 1st place in the annual 'Best of Realty' competition in October.
“CTP is honoured to receive these awards as recognition by the local real estate community of the quality of our work and our long term commitment to the development of the country. We're happy for the success of the FEI development which was due to the excellent cooperation with FEI, the commitment and dedication of the CTP team, and the reliable support of our financial partner,” stated Remon Vos, CTP CEO.
CTPark Brno was launched in 2005 and has continually expanded, currently housing 20 companies who employ over 7,000 people. CTPark Brno is part of the CTPark Network, central Europe's largest integrated system of high-tech industrial business parks, with nearly 40 strategic locations and over 2 million m2 of leasable space throughout CEE.
CTP is pleased to announce winning 1st prize for design for our latest Annual Report 2013 in the Czech Top 100 Annual Report competition for the second consecutive year.
The awards were announced by CzechTop100 last week Thursday, November 13 at the renowned premises of the Art Nouveau building of Obecní dům in Prague. The Annual Report took the first place in the Graphic Design category and placed 4th place overall. Big congratulations are in order to the CTP Financial and Marketing teams who put it all together with our long term external suppliers. We'd also like to thank our clients and partners for their invaluable collaboration.
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