The consortium formed by Aldesa Construcciones Polska sp. z o.o. (Consortium Leader) and China Civil Enginieering Construction Corporation (Consortium Partner) as part of the implementation of the of Technical Scope No. 2 of the OSBL infrastructure for the Olefin III project and the core infrastructure of the Orlen production plant in Płock, on 5 July 2023 signed an EPC contract with ORLEN S.A. with a total value of 442.6 mln EUR (1,97 bln PLN). On behalf of the Consortium, the contract was signed by, respectively: Ewa Mizerska – Development Director of Oil & Gas, and Zhao Longtao – CCECC representative for Poland.
The consortium is responsible for the execution of package K-002, which includes the construction of storage infrastructure consisting of 18 spherical tanks with a total capacity of 27,000 m3, 14 vertical tanks with a total capacity of 50,000 m3, 2 horizontal pressure tanks with a capacity of 5,000 m3 and 1 cryogenic tank with a capacity of 16,000 m3, together with 60 km of transmission infrastructure. In addition, civil, sanitary and electrical works will be carried out. The investment is scheduled for commissioning in January 2027.
This is not the first time Aldesa will be carrying out a project in the Oil & Gas sector. The company has been an active participant in this sector for several years. Among others, Aldesa has built storage tank bases for Class III petroleum products, with a total capacity of 160,000 m3, together with associated infrastructure. For these projects, an innovative method of hydraulic underpinning of the tanks was used, allowing the project to be completed in a shorter time. In addition to this, Aldesa constructed a PC-formula pumping station as part of the expansion of the transmission infrastructure.
Aldesa, present in the region and in Poland since 2007, is a General Contractor for industrial, energy, building, road, rail projects and in the areas of Intelligent Management Systems (ITS) and broadband networks. As an international company, Aldesa operates in Spain, Slovakia, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia, among others.