Ferrovial, via Polish subsidiary Budimex, has been chosen by Jagiellonian University in Krakow to build the new School of Chemistry. The contract is worth around 30.5 million euro.
Budimex, Ferrovial Agroman's Polish subsidiary, has signed a contract to build the new School of Chemistry at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. This project, worth 131 million zlotys (around 30.5 million euro), will be completed in consortium with Mostostal Kraków, a Budimex subsidiary specialised in steel structure assembly and industrial equipment installation. Construction is scheduled to be finished in 2015. The new four-storey building, which will be located on campus, will span 28,000 square metres and include auditoriums, classrooms, a library, laboratories and offices. The project also includes the construction of a building to house a transformer and store reagents. The Budimex-Mostostal Kraków consortium will also build a car park, accesses to the school, and adjacent green areas. Jagiellonian University, founded in the 14th century, is the oldest university in Poland and one of the most prestigious in Eastern Europe. About Ferrovial Ferrovial, one of the world's largest infrastructure and city operators, is committed to developing sustainable solutions. The company has 57,000 employees and operates in over 25 countries. Its main business areas are: Services, Toll Roads, Construction and Airports. Ferrovial is part of Spain's blue-chip IBEX-35 index and also of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good. Ferrovial manages 407 Express Toll Route (Canada), Heathrow Airport (UK), Chicago Skyway (USA) and Ausol toll road (Spain), among others. It also provides municipal services in 130 large European cities.