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Poland: Dolnośląskie dormitories sign a contract to expand the training facility

Poland: Dolnośląskie dormitories sign a contract to expand the training facility
photo: Dolnośląskie dormitories sign a contract to expand the training facility
02 / 02 / 2022

Koleje Dolnośląskie, a regional railway operator in the Polish Lower Silesian Voivodeship, has signed a contract with Alstal Grupa Budowlana and Alstal Investment consortium to expand its train workshop in Legnica.

The contract, signed on 13 January, provides for completing all work within 14 months. The first construction work on the building will begin in February and will last until the end of March 2023.

Expansion of service facilities is an essential element in implementing Koleje Dolnośląskie's development strategy in the coming years. "The new facility will give us great independence in the field of regular inspections and repairs of rolling stock and consequently will bring savings. We have invested in rolling stock and activities, "said Witold Idczak, Vice President of Koleje Dolnośląskie.

The development of the legal train workshop includes the construction of underground and underground technical infrastructure, shelters, internal railway infrastructure, tanks, and fuel dispensers. Thanks to the expansion of the complex, the carrier will have four rails with a length of 120 meters and one fence designed for year-round automatic washing.

The modernization and expansion of the facility get estimated at 65 million zlotys (14.2 million euros), and part of the expenditure will be covered by co-financing the Marshal's Office of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. The funds come from the EU Regional Development Fund within the Regional Operational Program of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship for the period 2014-2020. the original amount of PLN 30.5 million (EUR 6.7 million) provided by the Marshal's Office of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship increased to PLN 48 million (EUR 10.5 million).

The project's total cost was initially estimated at PLN 45 million, "but due to rising building materials prices, the costs associated with modernizing the service hall have increased.

Recently, the railway operator signed a contract to acquire five five-car Elf2 EMU units worth EUR 32.4 million and selected a supplier of 2 three-car hybrid multifunction units.


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