Skanska has been awarded a contract for construction of the stretch of the North Wroclaw Bypass in Poland. Skanska’s contract amounts to PLN 257.6 M, about SEK 700 M, which has been included in order bookings for the third quarter. The client is the Municipality of Wroclaw.
The project will include a 5 km long 2-lane road, three viaducts, one railway tunnel and four pedestrian tunnels. Work will commence this summer and is scheduled for completion within 30 months.
Other Skanska road and bridge projects in Wroclaw include the construction of Millennium Bridge, the reconstruction of Szczynicki Bridge and the reconstruction of many streets in the city of Wroclaw.
Skanska Poland, one of the largest construction companies in Poland, had sales of SEK 8 billion in 2007. The company has about 6,500 employees.
In Poland also Skanska Commercial Development and Skanska Infrastructure Development are active.