Major earthmoving equipment order for key highway
First publishedin World Highways
An order for six MT31 ADTs forms part of a new fleet of Doosan machines delivered to Hydrobudowa, a Polish contractor specialising in complex civil engineering, infrastructure and construction projects.
The deal also comprises four Doosan excavators, two DX300LC models and two DX340LC units, all of which have been supplied by dealer, Grausch i Grausch maszyny Budowlane. Five of the new Doosan ADTs are currently working on the construction of the Bojanowo - Rawicz section of the new highspeed S5 Expressway, whilst the sixth machine is working on the construction of a new sports facility in Torun.
The trucks are being used to transport loose materials from storage areas to the construction sites and the Doosan DX300LC and DX340LC excavators are carrying out loading work. Bridge and piling works are already underway as are the works for the frame culverts and the utilities, with the reconstruction of telecommunications, sewage and water mains lines already started.
Access routes to the main structures have also been completed.
A consortium comprising BPG and Hydrobudowa Polska has also won contracts for the construction of motorways and high-speed roads, a €918.4 million investment that will boost connectivity and road safety in Poland. At present large-scale construction work is underway on the A4 highway (the Tarnów-Rzeszów section from the Krzyz to Debica Pustynia Interchange), the A1 Torun-Stryków highway, (Czerniewice-Brzezie and Brzezie-Kowal sections), the high-speed S5 Expressway (Poznan-Wroclaw and Kaczkowo- Korzensko sections), and the Bojanowa and Rawicza ring road, using the Doosan ADTs and DX300LC and DX340LC excavators.