Baloise, BPI Real Estate and CLE inaugurate their new WOODEN headquarters in Leudelange
On Wednesday, 5 July the leaders of Baloise, BPI Real Estate and CLE symbolically cut the ribbon of their new WOODEN office building in Leudelange.
The event took place in the presence of Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, Minister of Finance Yuriko Backes, and S.E.M. Markus Börlin, Ambassador of Switzerland to Luxembourg, the Mayor of the City of Leudelange Lou Linster and 200 guests, gathered to celebrate the inauguration of the WOODEN building, but also to welcome the advent of new, more virtuous and sustainable construction methods.
Arnaud Regout, Managing Director of BPI Real Estate Luxembourg
is thrilled that this is turning out to be more than a trend,
but a necessity to decarbonise the construction sector:
“It’s terrific if WOODEN paves the way for alternative
construction methods in Luxembourg. I hope this private
initiative, spearheaded jointly with our partner IKO Real Estate,
will inspire the public sector to make timber construction the norm.”