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Signing a contract for construction of the Łomża bypass


Today starts realization of another part of the Via Baltica route – the section of the future S61 expressway, between the nodes “Łomża Południe” and “Łomża Zachód”, which is the part of the bypass of Łomża.

Mota-Engil Central Europe will build over 7 km of 2-way expressway S61, Łomża Południe junction and a 9-kilometer section of national road No. 63 going out of it, towards Zambrów.

The implementation is provided in the “Design and build” system. In total, 31 months have been planned for the whole task, excluding winter time during construction period.


Mota-Engil Central Europe once again among the winners!


Mota-Engil Central Europe took second place in the “Build Safely” competition organized by the State Labour Inspection in Wrocław. This time, the contract “Construction of the S-3 Nowa-Sól-Legnica Expressway” was appreciated. On December 22, during the gala ceremony, the prize was received by Site Manager Mr. Zbigniew Taradaj and Safety Inspector, Mr. Łukasz Giera.

The aim of the competition is to promote building contractors, providing safe workplaces with particular attention to valuable achievements, that should contribute to increase of the overall level of safety in construction.

We would like to congratulate the employees of the contract and wish them further success.


fot. PIP Wrocław

Christmas meeting

On December 16, the Christmas meeting of employees of Mota-Engil Central Europe was held at the Stara Zajezdnia restaurant  in Krakow. Over 350 people took part in the ceremony. After the speech of the President, Mr. Zbigniew Zajączkowski and the gala dinner, there were also the traditional awarding of prizes in the contest “No accident day counter”, a presentation of a business speaker and handing out Christmas presents. Thank you everyone for the presence and common celebration.

First aid training

The first few minutes after an accident determine the life and health of the victim. That is why it is so important that every person can properly help to a person who is in a situation of immediate threat to health or life.

On 01.12.2017, first aid training took place at the main office of Mota-Engil Central Europe in Cracow. 15 people took part in training. The aim of the training was to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills of first aid in the most common situations threatening health and life.

The trainers also conducted exercises with participants in:

– cardiopulmonary resuscitation,

– rules of conduct in the event of choking,

– laying in the recovery position,

– demonstration of the AED defibrillator operation.


“No accident counter” contests results


Dear All,

We present the laureates of the sixth edition of our competition “NO ACCIDENT DAY COUNTER”:

In category Big contracts – infrastructure:

I place (208 days): Construction of the expressway S3 Jawor-Bolków

In category Civil construction:

I place (257 days): Construction of a multi-family residential building on the 29 November in Cracow (VERMELO project)

The prizes will be awarded on the employee’s Christmas meeting.

Congratulations to the winners!

Mota-Engil Central Europe – laureate of the “Build Safely” contest

On 24 November 2017, a ceremonial gala took place, summarizing the prevention and promotion activities of the State Labour Inspection in Lublin in 2017. During the gala the laureates of contests and prevention programs were awarded. The project of the expressway S17 Skrudki – Sielce was appreciated and won second place in this year’s contest “Build Safely”.

The award for Mota-Engil Central Europe was received personally by Andrzej Szkuat, deputy director of production and Seweryn Jocek, health and safety specialist.

We sincerely congratulate the contract employees and wish you continued success.


Mota-Engil Central Europe will build the bypass of Tomaszów Lubelski!

On Friday,  November 17th, the representatives of Mota-Engil signed a contract for the construction of the bypass of Tomaszów Lubelski in the presence of Minister Andrzej Adamczyk. The route will follow the east side of the city. At the intersection with the voivodeship road No 850,  Tomaszów Lubelski North junction will be formed, and on the course of DK17 – junction Tomaszów Lubelski South. The bypass  is foreseen to be a single carriageway, and within both junctions – double carriageway. Over the valley of Sołokija river, the road will run on the flyover. Additional roads with have a total length of 13.8 km. The drivers will be able to use the new road in the spring of 2021.