Skanska will build a bypass of Serock

Press release 7/6/2009 12:00 AM CET

Skanska has signed an agreement to build a bypass of Serock (Masovian voivodeship). Contract, worth 139 million PLN, will be completed within 24 months. In the next few days preparatory works for the investment will begin.

Skanska, one of the largest construction companies in Poland, signed a contract with the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways to build a 7 km long bypass of Serock. It will be completed in 2011.

Safe road to Masuria Serock bypass should improve safety on a route from southern parts of Poland to Masuria. - National roads nr 61 and 62 go through Serock. Thanks to the bypass all of the traffic will be taken out of the city. That would improve communication in the summer—says Piotr Urbański, Project Manager at Skanska.

Scope of works Contract covers building of a two-lane, 7km long bypass as a part of the national road nr 61 and national road nr 62 from roundabout in Wierzbica to bridge over Narew river, connection to the bypass and a 800 meter long road as a part of Zakroczymska street. Skanska will also build three new interchanges.

As a part of the contract we will build non-collision interchanges, local roads along the bypass, seven viaducts, pedestrian roads, public and individual exits from the bypass, culverts and animal crossings. We will also conduct drainage works, build lighting, make horizontal and vertical signs as well as acoustic screens and road safety elements.

With experience in road building Skanska has a vast experience in road and bypass construction all over Poland. In 2008 we have completed, among others, bypass of Biecz and 65 km long part of A1 highway between Nowe Marzy and Swarożyn. Currently we are building bypasses of: Pelpin, Siewierz, Lubliniec and Northern Downtown Bypass of Wrocław and Eastern bypass of Wrocław.

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