Today, i.e. on 20 December 2018, at the official seat of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. another contract for construction works has been signed. The contract includes redevelopment of the entire 125-meter long Italian Quay.The contract amount is 17.6 million PLN gross.
On behalf of the Port of Gdynia the contract was signed by Vice-Presidents Grzegorz Dyrmo and Piotr Nowak. The Contractor, i.e. Strabag Sp. z o.o. was represented by Janusz Semeniuk, Financial Director and Marcin Wróblewski, Technical Director. “It is with great satisfaction that we observe signing of the contract for redevelopment of another quay, after the Slovakian Quay”, comments Vice-President Grzegorz Dyrmo.
A quick reminder – the contract mentioned by Vice-President Grzegorz Dyrmo for the redevelopment of the Slovakian Quay was signed on 22 November 2018.
The contract for the redevelopment of the Italian Quay signed today, just like in case of the Slovakian Quay, assumes e.g. a new anchored combined sheet piling topped with a reinforced capping. The Quay will also be equipped with fenders and mooring facilities. The expected end-date of works is 12 months from the handing over of the worksite.
The task is a part of a larger project called “Dredging of the Approach Fairway and Internal Basins at the Port of Gdynia – stages I & III and Reconstruction of Quays at the Port of Gdynia – stages II & III”, co-financed within the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020, Priority Axis 3, “Development of TEN-T core network and multimodal transport, Measure 3.2. Development of maritime transport, inland waterways and multimodal connections.”
“At present the Port of Gdynia is carrying out a number of investments aiming at adjusting the Port’s infrastructure to the dynamically changing market requirements. In our activities we try to anticipate or even exceed future expectations of our partners – the introduction of RTK can serve as an example here”, continues Vice-President Grzegorz Dyrmo.
“I hope that still this year we will sign contract for redevelopment of another quay, this time of the Norwegian Quay,” he adds.