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Agata Chorzempa
Construction Manager
Agata Chorzempa

Agata Chorzempa / Construction Manager

During the last year of my studies at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Białystok, I applied for the position of documentation specialist at the Brama Mazur shopping centre construction site in Ełk. I sent my CV and during the recruitment process I had a chance to meet the contract managers. I got the job at Mostostal owing to my commitment and willingness to take action.

During the performance of the contract in Ełk, owing to the support and help of my more experienced colleagues, I gained a lot of valuable experience and after only a few months I was promoted to the position of construction engineer. In March 2015, I began working on the building of the Espresso residential project in Warsaw. I have ambitious plans and I want to pursue them at Mostostal.

Karol Krzciuk
Contract Manager
Karol Krzciuk

Karol Krzciuk / Contract Manager

During several years of work at Mostostal, I have worked on many interesting projects, many of them at places that are of key importance to Warsaw, e.g. the reconstruction of Plac Grzybowski, the development of the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at Warsaw University of Technology, and construction of a building for the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency in Warsaw. Currently, I am working on the construction of the apartment building Mennica Residence II in Warsaw.

In 2017 I got promoted to the contract manager. I was a senior production planning specialist before. My work really translates into the success of others. It is a great responsibility but also brings great satisfaction. In total, I have worked on about 10 projects, which makes me very proud. An additional advantage is the fact that I have participated in projects that have changed the landscape of Warsaw, which gives me great satisfaction and energy for further action and development.

Katarzyna Deja
Administration Affairs Specialist
Katarzyna Deja

Katarzyna Deja / Administration Affairs Specialist

I remember when my colleague told me that a new department was going to be created at Mostostal Warszawa. I thought this was the perfect job for me, and soon after, I was employed at the company.

I know that Mostostal values my commitment and provides me with many opportunities for personal and professional development. Construction sites are scattered around the entire country, which allows me to get to get to know many regions of Poland and their inhabitants, traditions, a frame of mind and business conditions – it is a huge advantage and a great motivating force.

I am proud of my company’s achievements. When Mostostal won the tender for the construction of the Arena Hall in Kraków, I was happy to be part of that success. Despite being a large company, Mostostal does not forget about charity – for many years now, we have been involved in The Noble Box Project which I have a pleasure to coordinate in the South Branch as well as educational workshops for children during Wolontariat Day.

Jacek Wojtyła
Construction Manager
Jacek Wojtyła

Jacek Wojtyła / Construction Manager

I began my career at Mostostal Warszawa S.A. as an apprentice. Today, I am a construction manager. What turns me on in my job is active participation in large projects. One of them, the AGH IT Centre in Krakow, received an award in the Construction of the Year 2011 competition, in the Buildings for Science and Culture category.

Working at the company gives me great satisfaction and provides me with opportunities for continuous development. The commitment of the entire team to achieving a common goal motivates us to take action and guarantees success. We are proud of each project that we complete.

Ambitious tasks, valuable people and a pleasant atmosphere at work is what I value most in Mostostal.

Marcin Kondraszuk
Director of the Department of Operational Risk and Special Projects
Marcin Kondraszuk

Marcin Kondraszuk / Director of the Department of Operational Risk and Special Projects

I feel strongly associated with Mostostal Warszawa - I spent most of my professional life in the company. I started working here in 1998. For over two decades, I have been observing dozens or hundreds of successful investments. At each of them my attention was drawn to thing that is characteristic for Mostostal - we engage the best engineers, managers and specialists.

Currently, I am the Director of the Department of Operational Risk and Special Projects.

Juliusz Żach
Head of the Research and Development Department
Juliusz Żach

Juliusz Żach / Head of the Research and Development Department

When back in 2006 I started to work in the newly created research and development department of Mostostal it consisted of 3 people, one of whom was me. As the time passed and I gained more experience, I took up the position of the chief research and development specialist. Today, as the head of the research and development department I am responsible for the work of the several members multidisciplinary team. This requires constant broadening of technical knowledge covering all areas of construction and also involves meeting a lot of interesting people in the scientific world and innovators of companies from other EU countries.

In my work, I like the variety and uniqueness of research projects that I deal with the most – despite working for a long time I still see the opportunities for further development. Mostostal also means a positive working atmosphere in which you can count on the support of your colleagues, and this is very rare in big companies.

Aleksandra Król
Administration Department Manager
Aleksandra Król

Aleksandra Król / Administration Department Manager

I came to work at Mostostal in 2005 beginning my professional adventure with the company as a senior inspector and translator. I was working in the management board office as a translator and assistant. To make the most of my education, I completed a public relations postgraduate and I transferred to the public relations department. These were years of very interesting work!

In 2011, the management board asked me to become head of the administration department. The company focuses on internal recruitment and I was considered to be qualified for the position. That was a hit for me! I inherited a wonderful close-knit team of employees. The opportunity to interact with people, a huge range of topics and a daily dose of problems to solve – that is what I like the most.

In my job I get to look at all the amazing things that arise through the work of my fellow engineers, who change our reality, and I am very proud to be working in such a great company.

It has been so many years now and I am still deeply connected with Mostostal.

Joanna Nieradkiewicz
Site Engineer
Joanna Nieradkiewicz

Joanna Nieradkiewicz / Site Engineer

In 2014, I started my adventure with Mostostal Power Development as an apprentice while still in college. I quickly fell into the rhythm of the construction of power units 5 and 6 in Opole, pulsating with rush. I was given the opportunity to stay longer as a Site Technician. After graduation, I became a Site Engineer. Then, in the colors of the Mostostal Warszawa team, we implemented the project of a coal block in Ostrołęka, and currently we are making two 32,000,000 tanks in Rejowiec. Thanks to joint investments, I was able to expand my knowledge and learn from the best professionals.

In my work, I value diversity, constructive problem solving, and most of all people, because everyone perceives the world differently.

Tomasz Adamczyk
Contract Director
Tomasz Adamczyk

Tomasz Adamczyk / Contract Director

I started my adventure with Mostostal Warszawa SA in 2007.

I started my work as a Site Engineer at the extension of the national road No. 7, Białobrzegi - Jedlińsk section. Currently, I work as a Contract Manager on the construction of the Morawica and Wola Morawiecka bypass on the DK73 road, section I. In the meantime, I managed to visit a nice part of Poland, opening, among others, the last section of the A-2 motorway, thus enabling the journey to Euro 2012 Berlin - Warsaw.

Every day at the construction site is different and there is no time for a routine here. It is the constant problem solving and facing new challenges that motivates me to work.

In retrospect, one thing I can say for sure that the most important thing is the team of people you work with. It is the team that has the strength that translates into the success of a given construction site.

In this respect, it is the greatest advantage of Mostostal Warszawa, which employs the best specialists on the market, enabling the implementation of construction projects in many industries throughout Poland. I am very happy that I can actively contribute to road construction and leave a visible mark for many years.

 

Rafał Papciakowski
Site Engineer
Rafał Papciakowski

Rafał Papciakowski / Site Engineer

I started working at Mostostal Warszawa in 2019 at the construction site of the Morawica bypass as a Site Engineer. My work gives me great pleasure because it allows me to fulfill myself, develop, improve my skills, and also give me a sense of responsibility. I perform my duties both in the office and in the field, which is a great advantage for me.

Working on a construction site is a daily challenge, making quick decisions, so there is no monotony on a daily basis, and safety is also extremely important. A construction site is a team - a team of people and machines, everything must work together to achieve the set goal.

Thanks to the experience acquired at Mostostal Warszawa, I was able to obtain construction qualifications in the specialization of road engineering. This will allow me to achieve another professional goal in the future - taking the position of Site Manager at Mostostal Warszawa.

Jakub Blacha
Logistics Specialist
Jakub Blacha

Jakub Blacha / Logistics Specialist

I am a Logistics Specialist at Mostostal Warszawa on the construction of the S61 expressway. We meet many interesting people in the organization. There is a lot of variety all the time. Working in my position, I connect people working in the office with people who work in the construction sector. The most important thing is the atmosphere and relationships with people at work. We spend many hours with them every day, cooperating and taking advantage of the fact that we can learn a lot from other people.

 

Agata Cudak
Site Engineer
Agata Cudak

Agata Cudak / Site Engineer

I have been working at Mostostal Warszawa for about three years. I am a Site Engineer, I was also a Tender Inspector for a while. I feel good in a large team. I think it's good for the atmosphere and there are more people who can help me as a new person in the team. I think the more different people there are, the more you can learn. Everyone has their own experiences, which they share with their colleagues in subsequent teams. This is really valuable. More and more women appear at construction sites. It seems to me that this industry is less and less dominated by men, and it is going in the right direction.

 

Barbara Michnik
Works Coordinator
Barbara Michnik

Barbara Michnik / Works Coordinator

I started my adventure with Mostostal Warszawa during the inter-semester internship. I have been with the company since March 2018. I work in a team that made a great impression on me from the very beginning. They are incredibly experienced people who shared their knowledge and accepted me into their group very warmly and with great understanding.

 

Piotr Budziński
Director of the Contract Group
Piotr Budziński

Piotr Budziński / Director of the Contract Group

I am the Director of a Contract Group in the Western Area. I have been working at Mostostal Warszawa for almost three years. I am a civil engineer, I have been in the industry for 16 years. I want diverse people in my team. Due to the fact that everyone is in a different place in their career, with different experience, they can actually learn and support each other. Young engineers who are just starting their adventure in construction can watch experienced engineers. These, in turn, can start innovating with younger colleagues. These elements complement each other and therefore the team works optimally. In my opinion, people in a team cannot be the same, they have to be different.

 

Jan Dymarski
Head of Management Systems Department
Jan Dymarski

Jan Dymarski / Head of Management Systems Department

I have been working at Mostostal Warszawa for nearly 40 years. During this time, I met a lot of people. It allowed me to gain experience that I can now share with young employees. It gives me great satisfaction because they are open and willing to cooperate. There are always, especially on construction sites, unusual situations when help is needed. In such a situation, these young people can call me. During so many years of working in the company, I got to know all the processes and people who are responsible for them. That is why I can help myself or refer a young employee to a competent person.

 

Beata Inglik
Infrastructure Area Assistant
Beata Inglik

Beata Inglik / Infrastructure Area Assistant

I have been working at Mostostal Warszawa all my life. Currently, I am an Assistant in the Infrastructure Area, although previously I worked in other departments. I believe that women in the organization are treated as equal to men. We take positions from Assistants, Site Engineers, even Contract Directors. I am the best example, as an employee of a construction company that would seem typically male, that as a woman I feel very comfortable here. There is no division between men and women. We are all treated equally, regardless of the position, type and nature of work.

 

Wojciech Cesarz
Industry Works Manager
Wojciech Cesarz

Wojciech Cesarz / Industry Works Manager

Over 11 years of work at Mostostal Warszawa allowed me to take part in the implementation of many very complex and advanced investments. I have worked in many teams with different lineups. There were young and more experienced people, as well as people like me who have been working in the profession for over 25 years. Everyone could bring something to the team. In my case, a large part of the problems that happened on the construction site have happened to me before. It allows me to take a slightly calmer approach to problem solving and create a less nervous atmosphere. In turn, younger colleagues can infect you with enthusiasm and not let "rust" in professional career, and also provide support in new tools used in construction. I learned intuitively through practice, and they can move very efficiently and thanks to their help I can save a lot of time.

 

Marta Łupińska-Jaszczołt
Business Development Coordinator
Marta Łupińska-Jaszczołt

Marta Łupińska-Jaszczołt / Business Development Coordinator

I have been working at Mostostal Warszawa for over 14 years. It was here, as a young woman, that I took my first steps and developed my potential. I started my career as an Assistant. Today I deal with business development. At work, every day I draw from the diversity and experience I have acquired over the past 14 years, working with people of different nationalities, with different years of experience and of different ages. We include engineers as well as financial controllers, accountants and lawyers. We all make a team. We are diverse and we benefit from it. We get to know ourselves all the time and try to broaden our perspective. Diversity is our driving force.

 

We are a team of people who every day pursue the passion for state-of-the-art constructions

Age of the youngest employee
21 years
Age of the oldest employee
68 years
Average age of the employee
38 years
Age of the youngest manager
27 years
Age of the oldest manager
66 years
Manager's average age
42 years
Average seniority
5 years
Currently the longest seniority
44 years
Percentage of employed women
35%

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We are a team of people who pursue a common passion for modern construction every day.