Current Temporary Premises

Franklinou Rousvelt Building

Temporary housing of ERATOSTHENES CoE in Franklin Roosevelt 82, Limassol Municipality building complex. Fully renovated building with proximity to the historic centre and to Limassol port, as from May 2022.

  • – 385m2 Ground Floor + 160m2 mezzanine (Total: 545 m2)
  • – Capacity for 30 researchers and staff
  • – Additional conference and teaching area 


ERATOSTHENES Centre of Excellence is sharing premises with Cyprus University of Technology. The ERATOSTHENES CoE is currently also located at three buildings near the old city centre which are part of Civil Engineering and Geomatics department. The Centre is occupying 971 m2 in total. These areas include 323 m2 researchers’ offices, 60 m2 of store rooms, 17 m2 conference room, 216 m2 laboratory areas, 255 m2 training classrooms and about 100 m2 roof top area.

On RP3, ERATOSTHENES CoE personnel have been occupied this office space by June 2022. CUT continues to provide office and laboratory space in the following buildings located in Pole A of the University: Achilleos II Building (ground, first and third floor), Dorothea Building (Remote Sensing and IT laboratories located in the second and third floor) and Sykopetritis Building (Lidar laboratory located on the first floor).

New building -University Infrastructure Development

CUT in cooperation with the ERATOSTHENES CoE infrastructure department has undertaken all necessary procedures to deliver a new building. The new building will reside at the Verengaria area 3rd Pole. The tender for hiring a consultant team for architectural and engineering services was successfully carried out. The consultant’s team is working on the commencement of the final building design. From the new building, 1000sqm will be allocated to ERATOSTHENES CoE.

The increased construction cost of the initial new building design led to a delay that was overcome by redesigning the building. Estimation of the new building construction : end of 2025

This project has received funding from the Government of the Republic of Cyprus through the “Directorate General for European Programmes, Coordination and and Development”.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s “Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme” under Grant Agreement No 857510”.
This project is co-funded by the Cyprus University of Technology.