During more than 70 years of activity, Mostostal Warszawa was involved in the construction of the most important infrastructure facilities. We have built kilometers of Polish motorways, city beltways, as well as most of the Warsaw bridges. We also built the Rędziński Bridge in Wrocław - the fourth largest concrete bridge in the world and the highest and longest bridge in Poland.
Recent months have shown that Mostostal Warszawa is more and more active in road construction. - We are happy about our recent successes, because the first investment completed by our company over 70 years ago is also an infrastructure project: it was the reconstruction of the Poniatowski Bridge in Warsaw - says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice-President of the Board of Mostostal Warszawa.
May 14, 2018, the beltway of Strzyżów was officially started. The ceremony was attended by: Marshal of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship Władysław Ortyl, Senator Alicja Zając, Deputy Governor Lucyna Podhalicz, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Investment and Development Adam Hamryszczak, Deputy Marshal Bogdan Romaniuk, Councilor of the Province Wojciech Zając, Mayor of Strzyżów Mariusz Kawa, Strzyżów Forman Robert Godek, as well as the Director of the Infrastructure Department of Mostostal Warszawa Sławomir Barczak.
On July 19, Mostostal Warszawa, as a member of consortion estabished also by Trakcja PRKiI and PEUiM Białystok, signed with General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways contract for the project and construction of the express road S61 Ełk Południe-Wysokie. - S61 is a strategic investment not only for the region and the whole country. It can also be a very important on an international scale - says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa.
On July 26th, Mostostal Warszawa and General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways, as well as members of the consortium: companies Masfalt and Drogomex, have signed the contract for the design and construction of the first stage of the Morawica and Wola Morawicka beltway along the road DK73. The contract value is almost PLN 78 million. - I am glad that this is another road investment that Mostostal Warszawa will realize in the Świętokrzyskie voivodeship in cooperation with a Kielce branch of the General Directorate for National Roads and Highways. We feel assiociated with the region because in recent years we have completed a key investment here, which is the Kielce beltway - said Sławomir Barczak, Director of the Infrastructure Department in Mostostal Warszawa.
On 14 November 2018, the consortium of Mostostal Warszawa and ACCIONA Construcción signed a contract for the design and construction of 11.5 km of the S19 expressway from "Nisko Południe" to the "Podgórze". The contract value is PLN 272.5 million gross.
On 30 January 2019, the Kielce Branch of GDDKiA handed over to Mostostal Warszawa - the leader of the consortium implementing the investment - the construction site for the first stage of the Morawica bypass within DK73.
On May 13 the first shovel was officially driven into the Stalowa Wola and Nisko beltway construction. - Today's celebration pleases us all the more that it is another sign of our company's comeback to the construction of roads in Poland and shows the significance of this construction segment in our portfolio. We are constantly strengthening our human and equipment potential. Work on the construction of the Morawica bypass has just started and next year work will begin on the construction of other expressway sections: S61 and S19, which are currently in the design phase. I am therefore glad to say that today we can start construction of this beltway for the largest Investor, ie the General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways following an interlude of several years - says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa.
Agreements signed - we have already started our work. In some cases, the "work" means designing, in others - construction. In Strzyżów, the works are carried out along the entire length of the beltway. Currently, we strengthen the groundbase, carry out groundwork, and we build bridge structures. We also remove all collisions with teletechnical, gas and energy networks, including the 110 KV high voltage line. This year will be completed the first bituminous layers. All work is planned to be finished at the beginning of 2020.