C.T.I., with the support of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, has acquired its own building since March 2005. The complete move was completed on September 2005. The new building is at the University of Patras and is named after the late professor D. Maritsa, former Director of the Institute, who inspired and pioneered the efforts for the Institute to acquire its own facilities.
The technologically up-to-date building with the modern architectural structure, is housed in a 10.000 square meter area granted in 1989 from the University of Patras for such a purpose. It is a sophisticated construction, designed according to international specifications and equipped with modern technological equipment, aiming to contribute to a better and more efficient implementation of scientific research and the utilization of local resources. The building spreads over 6 levels, with overall surface of 4.650 square meters and has an automated control system of its functions, conference rooms, education and presentations, a modern amphitheater with a capacity of 132 with the capability form multicast conference and online transmission, secure and sophisticated computer center, several auxiliary rooms and a gym for the employees.
C.T.I.'s new premises will house the entirety of its services and contribute to the successful implementation of its activities and further development. It is structured to encourage the collective work (within its Research Units and Sectors, for Information and Communication Technologies) while helping the development of individual research.The building has a capacity of 238 work stations.
The new builing is the realisation of the vision of the management and the employees of the organisation, and it as achieved with the support of the leadership of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.