Construction of a section of the S7 expressway Płońsk-Czosnów
Aldesa has signed a contract with GDDKiA for the construction of a section of the S7 expressway
GDDKiA and the Aldesa Construcciones consortium have signed a contract for the construction of a section of the S7 expressway Płońsk-Czosnów. The contract value is PLN 692.5m. This fragment of S7 will be put into use in the spring of 2025.
The contract covers the construction of a nearly 13-kilometer section – two roadways with three lanes in each direction – north of Warsaw between Płońsk and Czosnów, on the section from the Siedlin junction to the Załuski junction (without junctions), and the construction of one The Road Maintenance District (OD) and the construction of two road junctions: Poczernin and Przyborowice. The contract will run for 45 months, 18 months of which will take the design phase, including obtaining the ZRID. Construction work should start in April 2022. The offer of the consortium led by Aldesa Construcciones Polska (AC S.A. also belongs to it) was the most advantageous. The contract value is PLN 692.491 million.
The S7 route will connect Tricity with Warsaw, Radom, Kielce, Krakow, Zakopane and Rabka Zdrój. It will have a total length of over 700 km. It is one of the most important expressways in Central Europe, connecting Polish ports on the Baltic Sea with the south of the continent.
Aldesa is the general contractor of two sections of the S19 Lublin – Rzeszów expressway, i.e. the Kraśnik bypass and the Lublin – Niedrzwica Duży section. In 2017, the company built the Sokołów Małopolski – Stobierna section. Aldesa is the general contractor of the reconstruction of the Rataje roundabout in Poznań and is finalizing the reconstruction of the tram line to Gdańsk Stogi. The company is also one of the leading construction companies in the field of wind energy – it builds four wind farms in Poland. It implements road, tram and rail infrastructure projects, as well as information and safety systems. The company belongs to the Spanish Aldesa Group, which has over 50 years of experience in the construction industry, and has been present in Poland since 2007.