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EUROPE
POLAND
ONE OF THE SAFEST
CONTRACTORS IN POLAND
Mota-Engil Central Europe recognized for the high level of safety in two projects.
MOTA‐ENGIL CENTRAL EUROPE
took second place in the “Build Safely”
Mota‐Engil Central Europe took second place in the “Build Safely” competition organized by the State Labour Inspection in Wrocław. This time, the contract “Construction of the S‐3 Nowa‐Sól‐Legnica Expressway” was recognized during the gala ceremony. The prize was received by Site Manager Mr. Zbigniew Taradaj and Safety Inspector, Mr. Łukasz Giera.
The aim of the competition is to engage building contractors to prove safe workplaces with particular attention
to valuable achievements that should contribute to increase of the overall level of safety in construction.
A ceremonial gala took place in Lublin, where the laureates of contests and prevention programs were awarded. The project of the expressway S17 Skrudki – Sielce was appreciated and won second place in this year's contest “Build Safely".
The award for Mota‐Engil Central Europe was received by Andrzej Szkuat, Deputy Director of Production and Seweryn Jocek, Health and Safety Specialist
We would like to congratulate the colleagues of the contract and wish them further success.
POLAND
MOTA-ENGIL CENTRAL EUROPE
SIGNED CONTRACT FOR S7
Road will improve connections between Gdánsk, Warsaw and Krakow.
The contract for the construction of the S7 road, located in the north of Krakow (part II Szczepanowice node‐Widoma node), was signed between Mota‐Engil Central Europe and the Minister of Infrastructure and Construction, Mr. Andrzej Adamczyk.
The S7 expressway will improve tra c in the north‐south direction of Poland.
It will directly connect Gdańsk, Warsaw and Kraków. The construction of the
S7 expressway will shorten travel time, increase tra c capacity and tra c  ow, improve tra c safety and improve the living conditions of residents of the
near cities.
CONTRACT SIGNATURE
to improve tra c with the construction of S7.
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