Image courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Poland Sp. z o.o

Strabag consortium to build Mercedes engine plant in Poland

9 February 2018 | By Joe Quirke 0 Comments

A consortium led by Austrian construction group Strabag is to build an engine plant for German car maker Mercedes-Benz in Jawor, western Poland.

The €61m contract will be carried out with Polish companies TKT Engineering and Elektromontaz-Poznan, with Strabag holding a 70% stake in the partnership.

The team will build a 96,000 sq m production hall, and a 1,900 sq m turnkey office building.

Thomas Birtel, Strabag chief executive, said: “This will be Mercedes-Benz’s first engine plant in Poland. Four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines will be produced here for Mercedes-Benz cars.

“We are very pleased that we can contribute our more than 30 years of experience in Poland.”

Construction is due to be completed in January 2019.

Image courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Poland Sp. z o.o