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Hochtief to rebuild Warsaw airport terminal

1 Oct 12 A consortium of Hochtief Polska and Hochtief Solutions has won a €77.7m (£61.8m) contract to rebuild the T1 passenger terminal at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport.

Client for the scheme is PP Porty Lotnicze, Poland’s state-owned airport operator.

The scope of the contract covers partial demolition of the T1 Terminal together with its reconstruction and modernisation as well as integration with the T2 Terminal. The project includes also the rebuilding of airport office space.

The consortium will also deliver a baggage handling system and construct a 60m-long tunnel linking the terminal and railway station.  The completion date of the project is set for the end of 2014.

Between 1990 and 1992, Hochtief had built the terminal that is now being modernised and also worked on the T2 Terminal as well as expansion works completed last year.

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