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C&W Opens New Hospitality Department

Real estate consultant Cushman & Wakefield has opened a hospitality department in Poland, headed by Dorota Malinowska, who joined the company this month.

Malinowska graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics. She has over 16 years of professional experience, including 10 years in the finance department of the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw. For the last two years she has run her own consultancy company, Prime Crew, rendering services for clients from the hospitality industry, including Intercontinental, ORCO and IBB Andersia.

Malinowska has been joined in the new department by Dominika Jędrak, who has worked with Cushman & Wakefield Polska since 1998. Since 2004 she has worked in the advisory and valuation services department, specializing in analyzing the hospitality and tourism market.

The C&W hospitality department for Central and Eastern Europe was established in the Czech Republic in March 2007. The company has recently decided to develop this area of services and to set up an office in Poland.

Quantum Physics Project for PM Group
The Project Management (PM) Group international engineering and architectural firm has signed a contract with the Nicholas Copernicus University (UMK) in Toruń for the design of the Centrum Fizyki Kwantowej (Quantum Physics Center). The center will conduct research in the field of quantum optics and applications in natural and biomedical sciences. The building will have nearly 2,000 sq m of space. It will be located on the premises of the UMK Institute of Physics. The project will cost about zl.25 million, including EU Operational Program co-financing of zl.22 million.

"The center will serve to raise research in the field of quantum optics to European standards," said Prof. Włodzimierz Jaskólski of the UMK Institute of Physics. "The work to be conducted in one of the center's five laboratories, provided with state-of-the-art equipment, will help improve methods of data storage in optical systems and foster the development of cryptography or information encryption aimed at secure data transfer. In the future, the research is expected to achieve world standards and help eliminate the present barriers to building a quantum computer," said Jaskólski.

Design work on the project is starting this month, to be completed at the end of January 2009. Building work will last until the end of 2010. Laboratories will be fitted with specialist equipment in 2011.

The PM Group is also overseeing the first stage of construction work on the LifeScience Biotechnology Park of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, the only facility of its kind in Central Europe. The park will consist of three connected buildings housing laboratories and offices.
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