- Budimex, a subsidiary of Ferrovial Agroman, has signed a contract to design and build a bypass around the city of Olsztyn, in north-eastern Poland.
- The project is 175 million euro. The work is to be done in 28 months.
Ferrovial, through Budimex, has been chosen to design and build the Olsztyn bypass, in north-eastern Poland, for 742 million zlotyes, equivalent to approximately 175 million euro.
The contract provides for the construction of 14.7 km of the S51 highway as it passes south-east of the city. The project also comprises construction of two intersections and access roads, plus 16 overpasses (one for the railway line), two bridges and a pedestrian overpass. Budimex will also upgrade some other roads in the municipality. The work is expected to be completed in 28 months, excluding the winter time.
In the last few months, Budimex has increased its backlog of road projects with the award of two sections of the S7 (between Nowy Dwor Gdanski and Kazimierzowo and in Ostroda), two sections of the S6 (Ploty-Kielpino and Goleniow-Nowogaid), two segments of the S17 (Garwolin-Gonczyce and Gonczyce to the Lublin-Warsaw provincial border) and the Kepno bypass, on the S11. The company has also been commissioned to build the depot for the light railway system in Olsztyn