Strabag in roads to Poland

18 November 2008

Strabag subsidiaries have won three Polish infrastructure orders totalling € 375. The largest contract is for the € 233,8 million construction of a 14 km section of the A1 highway from Belk to Swierklany. Additionally, Strabag will be responsible for upgrading 18,5 km of the existing DK 16 national road to highway specification in Wojewodschaft Mazury, an order worth € 87.7 million.

Strabag’s Polish subsidiaries will also construct a 16 km section of the DK 6 national road bypassing the city of Slupsk on the Sczczecin to Gdansk route. A 60% share of this € 89 million project will generate € 53,5 million for the company.

All projects are scheduled for completion within 25 months and contracts have been awarded by the Polish general directorate for national roads and highways.
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