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KKLW Advises Turkish-Polish Consortium on Successful Bid to Construct Warsaw Bypass Road

KKLW Advises Turkish-Polish Consortium on Successful Bid to Construct Warsaw Bypass Road

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KKLW has advised a consortium of Turkish construction firm Gulermak and Poland's Przedsiebiorstwo Budowy Drog i Mostow on its selection via tender to construct Part B of the Warsaw bypass road -- a 6.45 km long section to include a new bridge on the Vistula river. The value of the contract is EUR 178.1 million.

On June 21st, Polish Minister of Construction and Infrastructure Andrzej Adamczyk officially opened the construction site.

KKLW Partner Jacek Kosinski advised the consortium throughout the public procurement process and represented the companies in proceedings before Poland’s Public Procurement Office. According to KKLW, "the result of the public tender was questioned by other participants but all PPO rulings were in favor of the consortium represented by KKLW."

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