In one of the most modern, multimedia education facilities in Poland, built in a revitalized complex of a former power plant in Łódź, everyone is welcome to see in close e.g. how current is created, atomic structures and deep space, and even to take a journey to an international space station.
– EC1 project for us is one of the most prestigious implementations within the scope of multimedia exhibitions. We are happy that we could participate in such a unique project, not only from the city’s perspective, but also nationwide.
Thanks to our rich experience, we were able to successfully complete this implementation, despite the scale of challenges we faced. I hope, this facility will become an important touristic point on the city’s map and will serve its citizens – says Konrad Pogódź, Vice President of Qumak S.A. for Realizations.
EC1 is at present the biggest, in terms of an area, facility of this type in the country. Its preparation and arrangement lasted 2 years. Cost of this investment project is in total over PLN 40 million. Centre for Science and Technology in Łódź is another project in the area of advanced multimedia exhibitions executed by the Qumak Group. The technological integrator together with its subsidiary MAE Multimedia Art & Education was responsible e.g. for an interactive fixed display in the European Solidarity Center, exhibition in the Second World War Museum in Gdańsk, multimedia exhibition for the Silesian Museum in Katowice and multimedia educational park 12C in Zabrze.
View a photo gallery form the opening of this facility: