The S11 road section Zegrze Pomorskie-Kłanino officially opened
On September 26th, the official opening ceremony of a 48 km section of the S11 expressway from Bobolice to Koszalin took place. Mostostal Warszawa completed a 19.3 km stretch from the Zegrze Pomorskie interchange to the Kłanino interchange.
The event was attended by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki. Mostostal Warszawa was represented by individuals such as Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Board, Sławomir Barczak, Infrastructure Area Director, and Bartłomiej Serwatka, Contract Director.
- I am proud that we have successfully completed another incredibly important infrastructure project on schedule. We had the opportunity to once again demonstrate our strong position in the Polish road construction program. I am pleased that Mostostal Warszawa's resources and experience have once again translated into high quality and reliability in the implementation of Polish infrastructure investments - said Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Board of Mostostal Warszawa.
The construction of the S11 Koszalin-Bobolice began in 2021 and was divided into three implementation sections. Mostostal Warszawa built the Zegrze Pomorskie-Kłanino section, which is 19.3 km long. The Koszalin-Zegrze Pomorskie section, 16.8 km in length, was carried out by the company Budimex. The final section, Kłanino-Bobolice, measuring 11.6 km, was realized by a consortium of companies Kobylarnia and Mirbud.
The S11 section from Zegrze Pomorskie to Kłanino starts after the Zegrze Pomorskie interchange. The route mostly runs through forested areas. The road passes to the south of Zegrze Pomorskie Airport, then to the north of the villages Krępa and Dargiń. To the south of Kłanino, the road approaches the current DK11 (national road). A road interchange marks the end of this section. The S11 on this stretch follows an entirely new route.
The S11 road directly connects Central Pomerania with Silesia through Greater Poland. Until now, the S11 road mainly involved building bypasses around towns and villages.