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EUR 30 mln Prague Airport job for Eurovia and Hochtief

schedule 27 May 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

CZECH REPUBLIC A consortium comprising Eurovia and Hochtief has been awarded a CZK 835 mln (app. EUR 30.826 mln) contract to expand the second terminal and construct a new runway parallel to it at Václav Havel – Ruzyně Airport in Prague.

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Italian job for Baltic pipeline

schedule 11 May 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

POLAND Italian drilling and engineering company Saipem has been awarded a EUR 280 mln contract by the Polish gas transmission operator Gaz-System for the transportation and installation of a natural gas pipeline between Denmark and Poland in the Baltic Sea. A permit for the work to take place in Swedish waters has also now been issued, allowing the project to go ahead.

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Strabag to build Satu Mare bridge

schedule 21 April 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

ROMANIA Austrian constructor Strabag has been commissioned to build a 640m cable-stayed bridge across the river Someș in the western Romanian city of Satu Mare.

Skanska wins Karviná bypass contract

schedule 20 April 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

CZECH REPUBLIC Skanska has been awarded a CZK 900 mln [app. EUR 33 mln] contract by The Road and Motorway Directorate of the Czech Republic [ŘSD ČR] to construct a new bypass for Karviná, close to the Polish border in the Moravian-Silesian region of the country.

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Developer sought for Brno station

schedule 17 April 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

CZECH REPUBLIC Správa železnic, the Czech national railway infrastructure manager, is to redevelop the Brno-Královo Pole station.

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YIT gets stuck into Lithuanian infrastructure

schedule 17 April 2020
Nathan North
deputy editor

LITHUANIA Finnish construction and development group YIT has been carrying out four road and street renovation contracts in Lithuania worth more than EUR 10 mln.

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Toruń closer to new bridge

schedule 01 April 2020
Opr./edited by TC

POLAND The roads authority in Toruń has chosen contractors for teh reconstruction and extension of the Piłsudski bridge and the construction of a temporary bridge in Toruń.

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M2 metro line succumbs to coronavirus

schedule 31 March 2020
Eurobuild CEE

POLAND Trains now stop at a number of new metro stations in Warsaw including Płocka, Młynów and Księcia Janusza; however, these trains carry no passengers and at present it remains unclear when the Wola section of the M2 metro line is to be opened.

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Biggest bore in Łódź

schedule 30 March 2020
Opr./edited by TC

POLAND The first few elements of a tunnel boring machine (TBM), including a shield with a diameter of 13m, have been delivered for the use in the tunnel project between the Łódź Fabryczna and Łódź Kaliska/Łódź Żabieniec stations.

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Warsaw challenges provincial governor

schedule 27 March 2020
Eurobuild CEE

POLAND Council of Warsaw has appealed to the Administrative Court against the provincial governor’s decision to annul the landscape resolution that it had passed on January 16th.

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New Moscow has new schools

schedule 18 March 2020
Eurobuild CEE

RUSSIA A total of 55 new schools and nursery schools have been built by private investors in the New Moscow district since 2012, when it was incorporated into the Russian capital.

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Budimex bridges Wisłoka

schedule 17 February 2020
Alex Hayes
journalist

POLAND Budimex is completing work on its 2.5 km section of the DW936 provincial road, which will eventually make up part of the Mielec ring road (around 64 km north east of Rzeszów).

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EU supports ports and rail

schedule 17 January 2020
Eurobuild CEE

POLAND Six infrastructure projects have been awarded European Union financing worth almost PLN 722 mln. The ports of Szczecin and Świnoujście will be extended and modernised, 22 railway platforms in three provinces will be adapted to the needs of the disabled and shipping facilities along the river Odra are to be improved.

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More P+R car parks near Warsaw

schedule 07 January 2020
Opr./edited by TC

POLAND More than 350 car parking spaces and more than 240 for bicycles are to be provided in new Park-and-Ride car parks in Warsaw and on the outskirts of the city – in Piaseczno, Wołomin and Radzymin.

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More departures from Gdańsk

schedule 24 October 2019
Tomasz Cudowski
journalist

POLAND Gdańsk Lech Walesa Airport has appointed Korporacja Budowlana Doraco to extend passenger terminal T2 in a contract worth over PLN 255 mln net.

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Making tracks in Moscow

schedule 18 October 2019

RUSSIA The length of all Moscow metro lines will exceed 570 km in 2024, and the number of stations will increase to 310.

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Two more stations on first Warsaw metro line in 2026

schedule 03 October 2019
Opr./edited by TC

POLAND The order for the pre-design work and the building permit design for two new stations of the first Warsaw metro line – Plac Konstytucji and Muranów – will almost certainly be awarded to Metroprojekt.

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Via Carpathia further down the road

schedule 26 September 2019
Opr./edited by AZ

POLAND The Polish Ministry of Infrastructure has announced the start of the construction of more sections through Lubelskie and Podkarpackie provinces of the Via Carpathia route – the transnational highway scheme to connect Klaipėda in Lithuania with Thessaloniki in Greece.

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Warsaw metro makes it to Targówek

schedule 24 September 2019
Opr./edited by TC

POLAND Three new stations on Warsaw’s second metro line have opened in the city’s Targówek district – Szwedzka, Targówek Mieszkaniowy and Trocka in Praga district.

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Multiconsult takes on Chopin Airport extension

schedule 10 September 2019
Opr./edited by AZ

POLAND Multiconsult Polska has been chosen by PPPL to be the project supervisor for extending terminal A and the southern pier of Warsaw Chopin Airport.

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