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Sweco expands consultancy services for Odra-Vistula flood scheme, Poland

Posted on 27 March 2017

dws-sweco-odra-wroclaw-weir-770pxConsultancy firm Sweco has signed new consultant service agreements for the Odra-Vistula flood management project. These agreements represent Sweco’s third and fourth contract under the scheme of the flood management project and have an aggregate value of 5.5 million euro. The agreements were signed with the West Pomeranian Board for Amelioration and Water Structures in Szczecin and the Lubuski Board for Amelioration and Water Structures in Zielona Gora.

dws-sweco-odra-350pxImplementation units
The new agreements complement the two contracts signed in November. Sweco’s main role is to support the project’s implementation units with preparatory work, design and supervision.

The Odra-Vistula flood management project, co-financed by the World Bank, is designed to improve flood protection for the area’s residents.

Sweco’s work under the project is scheduled for completion within 78 months.

Sustainable development
“The fact that Sweco has won two additional contracts under the Odra-Vistula Flood Management project demonstrates our expertise and leading position in flood protection", said Ina Brandes, President of Sweco Central Europe.

"We are reinforcing our position as experts within this business area and our capacity to help ensure sustainable social and economic development in a region or country", Brandes added.

This news item was originally published on the website of Sweco.


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● Waterways Expo 2016: Polish-Dutch talks about revitalization of waterways in Poland, 27 June 2016
● Grontmij and Arcadis to prepare flood risk management plans for Polish National Water Management Authority, 11 July 2014
Country: Poland


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Sweco
De Bilt, the Netherlands
+31 88 811 66 00
www.sweco.nl/en

 

 

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