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DZP’s experts are advising Warbud SA during the conversion of the 17th century Pac Palace in Vilnius into the new Polish Embassy in Lithuania. The Pac Palace has been owned by the Polish state since 2007 and in January this year a tender was held for the extensive modernisation and adaptation of this historic building. The winner was a Polish-Lithuanian consortium of Warbud SA (leader) and UAB Lakaja. Contract value – over EUR 11 million.
Our support covers contract advice involving support to the contractor in relations with the contracting authority. The project is to be carried out in Lithuania and the law governing the contract will be Polish law given that the contracting authority is the State Treasury – Polish Embassy in the Republic of Lithuania.
The prestigious nature of the investment is demonstrated by, e.g. the website dedicated to the conversion of Pac Palace in Vilnius, which DZP is a partner in: http://palacpacow.pl/?lang=lt
The project was handled by DZP lawyers Jerzy Sawicki, Senior Associate, and Tatyana Koryakina, Associate, in DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice.
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