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Sweco to improve flood protection in Poland

6 December 2016

"Ensuring and improving flood protection is one of the most important factors in securing the sustainable social and economic development of a region or country. Being selected for these projects in Poland is a testament to Sweco’s recognised expertise in flood protection”, says Ina Brandes, President of Sweco Central Europe.

In this unique project for Poland, Sweco will provide consulting services to the Regional Water Management Authority in Wrocław and the Regional Water Management Authority in Szczecin. This includes the preparation of detailed design and tender documents, verification of existing designs, supervision services for construction work, and preparation of environmental and social safeguard documents.

The combined value of the contracts is PLN 117 million (approximately SEK 265 million; EUR 27 million). The contracts will take approximately 78 months to complete.  

For additional information, please contact:

Ina Brandes, President, Sweco Central Europe, +49 (0) 421 2032757, [email protected]

Åsa Barsness, Communications Director, Sweco, +46 (0) 703823686, [email protected]

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