TriGranit gets railway job in Poznań

Polish State Railways (PKP) is nearing the end of talks with Hungarian developer TriGranit about an overhaul of the train station in the western Polish city of Poznań.

According to PKP, details of the final deal with TriGranit are now being finalized and the developer will start working on the new Poznań rail station in 2010 as planned.  Worth hundreds of millions of Polish złoty, the deal will require TriGranit to upgrade the city’s typical railway station into a modern city communication hub, integrating rail, tram and bus lines. TriGranit will make money after completing the work by developing office and residential space.

PKP’s choice of TriGranit ends a tender process that began back in 2008.


One response to “TriGranit gets railway job in Poznań

  1. Pingback: TriGranit completes PKP deal in Poznan « CIJ Blog

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