Codic aims for accessibility with ongoing projects in Budapest
The Hungarian subsidiary of the Brussels-based Codic Group aims to achieve Access4you Design & Building Gold certification to provide a barrier-free environment for people with special needs, including disabilities for its three ongoing projects in Budapest.
The three projects are the Green Court Office which will soon be delivered, the HomeWork project under construction and the Modiano project in the design phase.
The emphasis for all projects is on human-centric design and quality, creating buildings that can meet the needs of long-term tenants, are efficient and prepared for the future with adaptable and flexible spaces. As a guarantee, the company has obtained Access4you Design Gold certification, which will be replaced by Design & Building certification at the end of development. The Access4you European certification mark and certification means that all three properties provide an accessible and barrier-free environment for people with special needs, including people with disabilities.
Gergely László, Codic Hungary Project Manager, added: “Equal opportunities and accessibility are fundamental principles today to which today’s buildings and the built environment we create must unconditionally adhere to. . There was no question of taking into account the special needs of our fellow human beings. , whether they are people with physical, sensory or audiovisual disabilities, or the elderly, who also fall into this category, when designing and then implementing our investments. our competitors and giving equal opportunities to all who visit our developments, whether as tenants, partners or visitors.
Pál Szilvási, Project Manager of Codic Hungary, said “Codic fully adheres to the principles of Access4you since the first presentation of the concept. It is important for us to go beyond existing standards to meet the needs of real users and create a level playing field for all without restrictions. With this in mind, our projects that have just started have all been designed to achieve the highest Access4you certification. , even then, we were able to facilitate access for everyone, from mothers in wheelchairs to people with special needs, with a relatively small investment. “
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