The D4R7 Project Reached Its First Million Consecutive Hours With No Accidents Last June


“Reaching our first million hours worked continuously with no reportable accidents is a great milestone, a result of the effort and commitment of the entire team that is part of this project. Far from taking a break, it should serve as a motivation for us to continue improving.” 

Jorge SanzDirector of Slovakia 

The D4R7 consists of a partial beltway to Bratislava (D4) which includes, among other structures, a newly built bridge over the Danube River and several connections to existing access roads to Bratislava, as well as a new fast lane (R7) that connects the capital with southeastern Slovakia. In all59 kilometers of roadway will be built. 

The project, a consortium led by Cintra, FA, and Porr, began in June 2016, and with a budget of 858 millionit employs more than 1500 individuals from to Ferrovial Agroman, our partner Porr, workers from UTE, and various subcontractor companies. 

"Reaching 1 million hours worked without LTAs in the Project is a sign of the entire team’s clear commitment to Safety, which we are proud of." "With more than 1,500 employees from over 15 countries working on a great project, this milestone is a clear incentive to keep moving in the same direction."


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