Since 2009, EOS has been acting, on behalf of the Pool of Lending Banks, as Technical Consultant of reference for the technical Due Diligence activities and the subsequent monitoring of the works of the redevelopment of the Ex Fiera Milano area called City Life
July 24, 2018
“After the towers designed by Zaha Hadid and Arata Isozaki and the opening of CityLife Shopping District, the construction of the Libeskind tower represents a further milestone toward the completion of the CityLife project, adding to what has been returned to the city so far.” Said Armando Borghi, CEO of CityLife – who continued: “We are proud to be able to welcome PwC, an international player that enriches the CityLife business district, testifying to the quality and attractiveness of the area, factors that make it unique for Milan.”
“What better tenant than PwC for such a beautiful building that is representative of Milan’s new strength and of CityLife’s centrality in attracting the best companies in the global market to the city,” commented Aldo Mazzocco, CEO of Generali Real Estate SpA and Chairman of CityLife. “With the arrival of PwC, the ‘business community’ of CityLife is completed in the best possible way and is proposed as a new driving center of life in Milan.”
EOS, which since 2009 has been performing for the Lending Bank Pool the role of Reference Technical Consultant for the technical Due Diligence activities and the subsequent monitoring of the works, after years of collaboration on the project, has long since permanently entered the list of CityLife’s reference suppliers. EOS, appreciated for its reliability, professional competence (and problem-solving collaboration orientation), has often been invited to participate in competitive procedures for performance of Project & Construction management services of new lots under construction.
In particular, recently EOS was called upon to make its best bid, precisely in the context of the Libeskind Tower destined for PwC, for coordination activities between the shell & core construction activities of the building, previously entrusted to others, and the space planning and fitout activities to be carried out by CityLife on behalf of the tenant. Citylife, although it considered EOS’s as the best offer, then nevertheless considered it appropriate to entrust these activities in continuity with those already entrusted to the P&CM of the shell & core.