The Trigema Group is a developer company with activities overlapping into other fields. We have our own construction company, which has become the foundation of Trigema in its current form. We are also engaged in building and facility management, and we operate science and technology parks, which we designed and built. We operate the Monínec sports and recreational complex, the current appearance of which we were also involved in.
TRIGEMA CLEVER LIVING
New Trigema apartments are built within the scope of the Clever Living concept. This concerns a package of residential project parameters, which fulfil the definition of smart living as a whole. As well as preparation for intelligent systems, additional properties may include green living, emphasis on health and safety, all public amenities within walking distance of the project, a location several steps from public transport and an appropriately set price. The result is satisfactory living for our clients.
DEVELOPER WITH OVERLAPPING ACTIVITIES
The Trigema Group currently consists of nearly fifty companies arranged into a group structure with an equity of approx. CZK 1.0 billion. The Trigema system is based on mutual collaboration between the companies and centralisation of individual activities, which enables effective work by individual companies, which are able to focus on a specific product or service. Individual companies specialise in development, construction, facility management, tourism, on science and research and other areas.
FROM SMALL ORDERS TO DOMINANT NEW BUILDINGS
From humble beginnings, we have become one of the leading companies in the construction market, especially in the Czech Republic. We are not closing ourselves to any new challenges, growth and expertise that will make us a major player in the Central European market. At present, Trigema Building a.s. one of the largest subsidiaries of more than fifty companies of the Trigema holding. The company's turnover is over 500 million crowns every year.
2012 | Renovation of the Goethe Institut facade
The facade was reconstructed on a listed building on the Vltava embankment. The house was built in Art Nouveau style in 1905. The facade repair consisted of adding missing Art Nouveau ornaments, filling cracks and applying a new facade paint, which unified colors in the courtyard of the building.