What is the real reason why last week all Petrol management took their leave under the leadership of CEO Tomaž Berločnik? The reason for the sudden departure of the Board is in the plans to move Petrol to a new and extremely expensive office building behind Bežigrad in Ljubljana. It's far from relocating to new offices and meeting rooms, but also to VIP restaurants, meditation and yoga rooms, a doctor's office, massage rooms and even a basketball court, Planet said.
The real reason for the departure of the Gasoline Council led by Tomaž Berločnik There are pompous plans to move the company to a sinister new office building at the intersection of Vienna and Topnica Street in Ljubljana. A 15-story building on the outskirts of Plecnik Stadium would be 70 meters high, 4,100 square meters and would be built for 60 million euros, according to Planet 18 at Planet.
But what if it was far from just a move to new offices, but also VIP restaurants, meditation and yoga rooms, a doctor's office and even a basketball court, massage rooms, private elevators and special protocol entrances. Although the state is concerned that banks may lend to Slovenia's middle family, the elite has planned its place in the city at an exorbitant price and with government money, also at the expense of Petrol's huge additional loans.
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Futuristic Iceberg Shaped Mega Structure
The new Gasol building is expected to grow by 2022 in front of Plecnik Stadium, where Petrol's gas station is today. It is an iceberg-shaped building mega-structure as described by the first urban architect Janez Kozelj. It is a futuristic building like Ljubljana never had before.
Downstairs there will be a business section with lobby, reception and showroom, and a public section with bar, shops, delivery room and restrooms. Outside there will be playgrounds, pavilions, terraces, bars and a school park surrounded by greenery and trees.
"We will combine everything we need. We want to have business facilities that provide us with a business culture, we want to attract the best employees because, unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done without employees today," Berlocnik said of the new building.
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Massage rooms and a basketball court were also provided.
Staff will be seated on the first floor in offices with a large meeting room, changing room and kitchen. All of this will be surrounded by greenery and views of Central Park, so employees have a constant connection to the natural environment. They can relax on the second floor, for example, in a large gym with a basketball court and in the gym.
The third floor also has offices, fitness facilities, massage rooms, and a yoga and meditation gym, plus a bathroom, a cloakroom, an indoor games room, and an outdoor playground. If something goes wrong, there will be three self-care recovery rooms.
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They will also have restaurants for select VIP guests.
The fourth floor will also include offices, restaurants and a smoking area. The fifth floor is for internal meetings, education, and employee training. Meanwhile, staff can relax on the patio or visit the restaurant for select VIP guests only.
The sixth and seventh floors will be mainly offices and common spaces for meetings and education. The offices are planned up to the 12th floor. There will be a place for executives, managers and managers and their shared facilities. On the 13th floor there will be meeting rooms for the most important meetings and on floors 14 and 15 there will be terraces. The four underground floors will provide 200 parking spaces for cars, bicycles, motors and electric cars, as well as locker rooms, a utility room, a control room and warehouses.
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Renovating old installations for ten million euros seemed a waste
In this context, Petrol appears to be building a city within the city for taxpayers' money. For example, the € 60 million to be deducted for the new palace will cost all of Brdo's residential neighborhoods, which is the state housing fund's largest investment.
As early as December 2016, Berločnik knew exactly what kind of game he was playing. At that time they were in agreement with the mayor in Petrol Zoran Jankovic bought land for Bežigrad for 1.4 million euros. In 2017, they tried to renovate Petrol's old facilities in the Blue Lagoon, but considered the 16-storey overhaul for about ten million euros.
In March 2018, journalists told Delo newspaper they were just in the early stages of verifying the possibility of relocation, and in August this year a new mega-building was pompously presented in the Ljubljana City Hall lobby.