Published 24 August 2009
The PeBeKa S.A. Mine Building Company from Lubin will be one of the executors of the link to Okęcie airport and the modernization of the railway line connecting the International Airport Okęcie with the center of Warsaw. PKP Polish Railways have concluded the tender announced in June this year.
Offer set forth by a consortium of: Bilfinger Berger Polska S.A. (leader), Zakłady Usług nergetycznych i Komunikacyjnych ZUE S.A., PeBeKa Mine Building Company S.A. from Lubin, Przedsiębiorstwo Napraw i Utrzymania Infrastruktury Kolejowej w Krakowie Sp. z o.o, Kolejowe Zakłady Automatyki Katowice S.A., was considered the most advantageous. The investment includes modernization of no. 8 railway section Warsaw West – Warsaw Okęcie together with linkage to the Okęcie Airport. The tunnel link leads to an underground railway station already existing in rough state near airport terminals.
PeBeKa’s works extent includes the execution of part of the construction works connected with building the tunnel and entrance platform as well as building these supplemental structures: electricity substation and control room. Work schedule is estimated at 10 to 12 months. The entirety of this investment should be finished in 20 months.
Last year PeBeKa has finished building the Młociny transport junction in Warsaw, concluding the works on line one of Warsaw’s metro. The company from Lubin has been a part of the metro works since the ‘80s. PeBeKa has executed seven eastern track tunnels between the Politechnika and Marymont stations. Their total length is 5,400 meters. It has also constructed the longest metro tunnel in Warsaw so far – the eastern tunnel (1,245 m) between Politechnika and Centrum stations. The firm has also built the Politechnika station and the passage under Bankowy Square. It has participated in the realization of Racławicka Center as well.
PeBeKa specializes in metropolitan construction works, in large investments realized in the very hearts of cities. In the years 2006-2007 the company from Lubin took part as a consortium member in the building of Mogilski Roundabout in Krakow.