SIAC Scoop €427m Polish Contract

A major Irish civil engineering and construction firm, SIAC, has scooped a €427 million contract to build a 35km motorway in Poland.

The motorway will run from Kryz to Debica and is scheduled to be completed within the next two years.

The motorway will consist of 28 bridge structures, including a bridge over river Wsolka and will involve 1.835 million m³ of excavation and a huge 4.96 million m³ import requirement as well as 1.155 million m² of blacktop surface area.

SIAC will construct the motorway in a 50:50 joint venture with Polish contractor PGB S.A.


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