HOCHTIEF Polska, based in Warsaw, one of the leading construction companies on the Polish market, closed 2004 with a net revenue of 525,776,000 zloty and reached the revenue of 365,245,000 zloty within the first two quarters of 2005. The growth tendency, which has persisted since 2003, is a result of a consistent pursuit of the corporate client-centric philosophy and the successfully combination of the international know-how with the expertise, knowledge and the potential of the renowned Polish construction companies.

Initially, when HOCHTIEF Polska was founded in 1996, it was only supposed to act as a service provider to a group of enterprises: the Warsaw-based Budokor, Kpis-Cracovia, which operated from Krakow and Poz-Building, with head offices in Poznan. The merger of HOCHTIEF Polska and the Polish companies into a single business organization was successfully completed five years ago, in November 2000.

Today HOCHTIEF Polska employs 637 staff and operates countrywide through its branches in Warsaw, Krakow and Poznan as well as through its Regional Office in Sopot and the Kpis-Cracovia Branch Representative Office for Silesia.
The core business offer includes end-to-end construction of industrial facilities, public utility facilities, residential and engineering projects.

In the nearest future, HOCHTIEF Polska plans to strengthen its operations in the field of infrastructural projects (coordinated by the Warsaw Profit Center Infrastructure), to intensify the implementation of the Construction Management System as well as to become a more active developer. The development part of the business, managed by the Client Solutions Department, deals mainly with the construction of office buildings, company headquarters, warehouses, logistical or distribution centres, hotels and middle- and large-size shopping malls tailored to the needs of specific clients.