A local subsidiary of Spanish contractor ObrascÃ³n Huarte Lain (OHL) has won six contracts worth €177m in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Czech Republic Railway Infrastructure Administration has awarded OHL three contracts:
- Work worth €74m on the Cesky Tesin – Detmarovice railway line, which will be carried out by a consortium consisting of Subterra (38%), Eurovia (30%), OHL (24%) and GJW Praha (8%)
- A €34m contract involving the reconstruction of the communication and security facility at the VeselÃ nad Moravou railway station, performed by Â Signalbau (50%), Eurovia (24%), OHL Å½S (24%) and AZD (2%)
- And a €17m project aiming to increase the track speed on the Kurim-Tisnov railway, which has been awarded to a 50/50 JV formed by OHL and Subterra.
The University Hospital of Olomuc (OHL)
Other OHL contracts include construction of a €10m building for general internal medicine and geriatrics at the University Hospital of Olomuc (pictured), the sixth largest hospital in the Czech Republic.
A team consisting of Hochtief (40%), OHL (30%) and BM Group (30%) will work on the reconstruction of the Turcianske Teplice-Pribovce section of the I-65 highway in Slovakia for €17m.
Another group formed by Alpine Bau (39%), OHL (39%) and Eurovia (22%) has been awarded a €25m contract for the modernization of the D1 motorway linking the Czech cities of Brno and Prague by the Road and Motorway Directorate of the Czech Republic.