Roads

S7 expressway

This project is part of the S7 motorway, which crosses the centre of the country and connects the cities of Gdansk, Warsaw, Kielce and Krakow.

It consists on converting the section DK7 Gdansk - Warsaw - Krakow to fast track.

The road connects to the north with the Radom bypass while to the south it reaches the border provinces of the Mazowieck region. The total length is 22 kilometres.

 

The contract covers the supervision of the construction and reconstruction of:

  • Body and roadway of the S7 expressway.
  • Access roads to serve local traffic.
  • Three links: Szydlowiec North, Szydlowiec Centre and Szydlowiec South.
  • Transverse paths.
  • Viaducts and bridges.
  • Technical infrastructure devices.

 Technical parameters of road S7:

  • Kind of road; fast track.
  • Design speed: 100 km / h.
  • Lane width: 2 x 3.5 m + 2.5 m emergency lane.
  • Median: 12 m (includes a reserve for future extension of both roads up to 3 x 3.5 m).
Services

Consultoría

Supervisión


Year
2014

Location
Poland

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