As a result of the winning tender, we have signed a contract with the Masovian Road Administration in Warsaw for the development of design documentation and obtaining a decision on environmental conditions for the construction of the eastern bypass of Gąbin. The contract value amounts to over 1 million PLN.
This is yet another contract implemented for the Masovian Road Authority in Warsaw. We are pleased with the fact that Eco5tech has the opportunity to participate so intensively in the development of road infrastructure in the Masovian Voivodeship. This investment is of key significance to the local community, which expects solutions that guarantee efficient and safe road traffic in their town and beyond.
The design documentation to be prepared will provide for the construction of a new section of the provincial road No. 577 from Warszawska Street in Gąbin. The project will include, among others, the construction of roadways, roadsides, intersections, engineering facilities, additional roadways, pedestrian and bicycle paths, bus bays, drainage system, the construction of other necessary road elements, as well as collecting and building the existing technical infrastructure colliding with the newly built road.
The tasks of the Company in the implementation of this project will also include obtaining, on behalf of the Masovian Voivodeship Roads Authority, the decisions on environmental conditions for the planned investment and preparation of an appropriate report on the impact of this project on the environment.
The eastern bypass of Gąbin is the second stage of constructing the ring road around the city. The route will bypass the city from the east and connect the regional road 577 from Sochaczew and the regional road 574 leading to Płock. The bypass is designed to lead out the transit traffic from the east of the Masovian Voivodeship towards Płock. The new route will be approximately 3.5 kilometers long. The investment related to the construction of the Gąbin bypass will cost over PLN 50 million and is to be ready by the end of 2025.