Hill appoints new Poland manager as nation overhauls its transport network

Poland is powering ahead with its CPK mega-project involving a new international airport and 2,000km of high-speed rail lines (Courtesy of Centralny Port Komunikacyjny)
US-headquartered Hill International has appointed civil engineer Lukasz Marcinkiewicz as its new country manager for Poland.

Marcinkiewicz was previously chief executive of Warsaw-based LH Engineering, and is a veteran of major road projects in the country.

The appointment comes as Poland powers ahead with its Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) transport mega-project involving a new international airport west of Warsaw and some 2,000km of new high-speed rail lines.

CPK aims to reformat Poland’s transportation network, bringing all major cities to within 2.5 hours’ travel time to the new airport.

“There’s a great deal we can achieve in Poland’s construction market, and I’m eager to lead our team in realising these opportunities,” Marcinkiewicz said.

“We’re pleased to welcome Lukasz to our European leadership team,” said Manolis Sigalas, Hill’s managing director for Europe.

“We firmly believe in the country’s growth potential and the quality of its professionals.”

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