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DZP has advised the winning consortium comprising Aldesa Construcciones Polska sp. z o.o. and Aldesa Construcciones S.A. during a procedure conducted by the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA) for the design and build of the south Białystok bypass on the Księżyno-Białystok Południe section, together with modernisation of the DK 65 section to Grabówka, as part of the S19 Via Carpatia.
By the end of August 2024, Aldesa will have built an 8-kilometre section of the S19 on the Białystok Księżyno-Białystok Południe section and modernised a 13-kilometre section of the DK 65 to Grabówka. The project also includes the construction of the Białystok Południe road junction and 24 different engineering structures, including 14 animal crossings. Construction work is expected to start in 2022.
On 9 December 2020, in the online presence of the Minister of Infrastructure Andrzej Adamczyk, representatives of the winning consortium signed a contract with GDDKiA. Contract value is PLN 456.14 million.
"This is another section of the S19, part of the international Via Carpatia, that will be constructed by our client. Via Carpatia is a route of strategic importance, both nationally and internationally. It will create a link not only between Eastern Poland but also with Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece. We have had the pleasure of advising the consortium on the tender". says Michał Wojciechowski of the Infrastructure & Energy Practice.
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