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We are managing the extensive reconstruction of the Savarin project

The Savarin project by the Czech development group CRESTYL involves the reconstruction of existing historic buildings from the 18th century along with the creation of a completely new public space with greenery, open space in the courtyard and commercial areas.

RUBY Project Management has been entrusted with the management and coordination of this challenging project. Our role as expert consultants began in the preliminary design phase and continued during the selection of the general contractor. During the project implementation, we provide technical supervision, regular construction inspection and invoicing, and also represent the investor in negotiating change procedures. We assist in coordinating future tenants and their proposals for interior and unit modifications. In addition, we organise the completion and handover of each stage of the work. Given that the entire building is a protected cultural monument, we actively participate in negotiations with representatives of the National Heritage Institute. We also have a consultant in our team who specialises in listed palaces, castles and similar buildings.

The first stage of the reconstruction of the Savarin Palace focused on the restoration of the courtyard part of the palace, where the rental units on the first floor and the future restaurant space on the second floor are located. This phase also includes the renovation of part of the attic space and the roof of the palace. The aim is to create a modern space that will meet the exacting requirements of the current tenants while preserving the historic features of this important building.

The second phase of the palace renovation is currently underway. This phase focuses on the restoration of the Na Příkopě Street section of the building, which includes the Piano Nobile halls, the stair hall with its magnificent fresco on the vaults and the sculptural decoration of the interior and façade. This is a demanding process that requires a great deal of expertise and experience on the part of the restorers. Once the restoration of the palace is complete, visitors will be able to once again admire the beauty of this historic site in the centre of Prague.

The next stage of the construction of the courtyard connecting Wenceslas Square, Na Příkopě, Jindřišská and Panská Streets is now in the phase of issuing a zoning permit.



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