Another airport expansion project in HOCHTIEF Polska's portfolio of orders - project value PLN 75.381m

A consortium of HOCHTIEF Polska and HOCHTIEF Construction signed a contract on completion of the expansion of the Frederick Chopin Airport in Warsaw with PP Porty Lotnicze, Polish state-owned airport operator. The scope of works includes construction of the central pier and completing the construction of the southern pier of terminal. The project is scheduled to start in March 2010, with a completion date set for March 2011. Following commissioning, the Polish capital's airport will have 27 loading bridges and 45 departure gateways. The net project value is PLN 75.381m.

The combined area of the central and the southern piers will be 18,316 square metres. The project plan also provides for 5 lifts and 4 loading bridges as well as a modification of the luggage transport system.

With this contract, the Airport continues the long-time co-operation with HOCHTIEF: Between 1990 and 1992, HOCHTIEF was responsible for the construction of a new passenger and freight building. In 2008, with consulting services HOCHTIEF AirPort and HOCHTIEF Polska Infrastructure Branch successfully supported the Airport in achieving a punctual start of operations at the new Terminal 2.