Construction of passenger terminal in Łódź initiated officially on 8 January 2010

The symbolic cornerstone laying ceremony marked the official construction start of Passenger Terminal 3 at the Władysław Reymont International Airport in Łódź.
The Warsaw Branch of HOCHTIEF Polska began the works in the first days of December 2009. The scope of the project comprises all construction works and supply of the necessary materials and equipment. The new terminal hall will include three above-ground storeys
and an underground level. With 8,308 square metres of the designed base area, the terminal is going to have a total net area of 21,527 square metres. In addition to the premises allocated for passenger handling, the terminal will also consist of a luggage sorting facility, a car park
and a 22.95 metre tall flight control tower.
Terminal 3 is expected to be serving more than 1.5 million passengers every year.
The venture is planned to be completed in May 2011.

HOCHTIEF is also currently involved in development of a new terminal at the Wrocław-Strachowice Airport, a project allocated to a consortium of HOCHTIEF Polska and HOCHTIEF Construction.