Guest of honor

Jerzy Szmit

Jerzy Szmit

Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Development

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Responsible for roads, motorways, road transport, and air transport.
Graduated from the Olsztyn Academy of Agriculture and Technology – Faculty of Geodesy and from the Warsaw University – Faculty of Management.
Senator in the 5th term of the Polish Senate – head of the Local Government and Public Administration Committee; deputy in the 7th term of the Sejm – member of the Infrastructure Committee and the Finance Committee, head of the Parliamentary Group for the Development of Eastern Poland.
Member of the Olsztyn City Council in the years 1994-1998 and 2010-2011. Warmia-Mazury Province Marshal in the years 1998-1999. Deputy Mayor of Olsztyn in the years 2009-2010. Former director general in the Governor’s Office in Olsztyn, manager of several enterprises in Olsztyn, and a businessman.
In 1980, he co-founded the Independent Student Association at the Olsztyn Academy of Agriculture and Technology. He was subsequently interned and imprisoned for political dissent. He is an active member of several associations, such as „Mała Ojczyzna” („Little Homeland”), of which he was the founder and long-term head; „PRO PATRIA”; and the Catholic High School Friends’ Association.
He is also a former board member and president of the Stomil Olsztyn football club.

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Krzysztof Błażejowski

Director for the Research and Development Department, ORLEN Asfalt

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A graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology (1992). A road construction engineer with over 20 years of experience. Apart from bitumen, he also specialises in asphalt mixes and diagnosing road pavement damage. He has authored or co-authored more than 140 publications on road construction and 10 books (including a book published in 2010 in the US on SMA mix). He sits on the Bitumen Technical Committee of the Polish Committee for Standardization and is a member of the Building Materials Engineering Section of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is an expert in road and airport pavements for the Polish Association of Engineers and Technicians of Transportation.
Since 2003 he has been associated with ORLEN Asfalt, where he is the Director for the Research and Development Department. The department managed by him is responsible for research and development work on binders and technical marketing. Technical advice is also provided on the use of asphalt binders for customers of the company. The achievements of the R&D department include patent applications, a gold medal at the International Exhibition of Inventions “IWIS” 2007 and an award from the Minister of Science and Higher Education for achievements in inventions. He has conducted training courses in pavement technologies for over a decade and also appears at seminars and conferences representing ORLEN Asfalt.

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Jacek Bojarowicz

General Director of National Roads and Motorways

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Graduate of the Krakow University of Technology, which he graduated from with Master Engineer’s degree in road construction. He began his professional career in 1976 in the Regional Directorate of Public Roads in Kielce. In the years 1990-1999 he served as the Chief Director of Kielce DOPD District, and after change in the structure, as the Director of the General Directorate of Public Roads in Kielce. In 2001 he moved to the Krakow Branch of GDDP where he also assumed the position of Director. After another reorganization in 2002, he managed the Kielce GDDKiA Branch. In 2006 he was appointed Deputy General Director of National Roads and Motorways for investment preparation. He worked at this post until May 2008. Recently, he has been the Project Manager at the construction site of express road S7 on section Radom–Skarżysko-Kamienna. Since 4 December 2015 he has been performing the duties of the General Director of National Roads and Motorways.
Associated with road construction almost for 40 years, including nearly half in Regions and contracting companies. He has licenses to perform independent designer’s functions with regard to roads and of the manager with regard to roads and engineering structures.
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Piotr Chełkowski

Managing Director / Board Member, Doka Polska Sp. z o.o.

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Since September of 2013 he is the Managing Director and Board Member of Doka Polska Sp. z o.o and since April 2014 Umdasch Nieruchomości Sp. z o.o. Board Member

In the years 2007 – 2013 was associated with the PRI Pol-Aqua SA performing the following positions: Director of the Division, Board Member and since 2009 President of the Board

In the years 1997 – 2007 Branch Director of contractors Hydrobudowa- 6 SA, Sunley Poland SA and Hydrobudowa SA

In the years 1996 – 1997 – General Director – Bongs Sp. z o.o

In the years 1995 – 1996 – Director of the Polish Association of Home Builders

In the years 1994 – 1995 – Director of Yacht Port in Leba under construction

In the years 1993 – 1994 – Leba City Mayor

In the years 1991 – 1993 – Consultant Maunsell Consultancy Services Ltd in London, scholarship awarded by the Confederation of British Industry

In the years 1985 – 1991 – Head of the Technical Department of the Company Water “Łeba” in Łeba

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Kotlarek

Zbigniew Kotlarek

President of the Polish Road Congress

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Mr Zbigniew Kotlarek was born in 1949 in the town of Czluchow in the Pomerania Region of Poland.
In 1972 he graduated the civil engineering department of the Warsaw University of Technology, specialist in roads and airports construction.
Between 1972 and 1991 worked in various regional branches of roads administration, most recently as a head of Public Roads Administration in the town of Lebork. Then he turned to business, was a partner in the steel construction company AMG and a manager of the Transprojekt Gdanski roads and bridges design company.
In 2002 he returned to road administration and was appointed a deputy director of the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways. From 2005 to January 2008 he served as a General Director of that government body. Now he is CEO of MSF Polska company, a part of Portuguese MSF Group.
In 2004 he initiated establishing Polish Road Congress and three times was elected the President of the Board, most recently in 2015.
Mr Kotlarek is a widower, has two children and four grand children.

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Urszula Krakowska

Head of the Public Procurement Office, Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o.

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She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University of Lublin (UMCS), and the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw. She has over 20 years’ professional experience in her field as a well-established practitioner of public procurement, with a track record of hundreds of public-procurement procedures completed as chairperson of tender and negotiation commissions. For over 10 years now, she has served in managerial capacities across a range of Government bodies and municipal companies, supervising the procedures and the eligibility of public spending. Now she serves as the Head of the Public-Procurement Office at Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o. supervising public-procurement procedures in both train operation and passenger transport.

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Wadim Kurpias

Partner, CEE Head of Infrastructure and Project Finance, law firm CMS

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Wadim Kurpias is a Legal Counsel and Partner in charge of CMS’s Infrastructure and Project Finance (IPF) Department in Warsaw. He also heads the firm’s IPF practice in CEE.
Since 1995, he has worked for top-ranking Polish, English and American law firms to provide legal services to the largest multinationals operating in Poland. Wadim specialises in providing legal services for major construction and infrastructure projects.
His experience includes advising Gdansk Transport Company SA on the negotiation and execution of a contract for the construction of the Gdańsk-Toruń section of the A1 motorway. He has also advised on a project involving the construction and operation of a waste incineration plant in Poznań. He was retained as a legal counsel for negotiating the terms of the construction and operation of two motorway sections in Ukraine – Krakovetz-Lviv and Lviv-Brody. He has extensive experience in negotiating major construction contracts and in issues related to land use and building permits. He has represented a Dutch investor in relation to a development project in central Warsaw valued at over EUR 400 mln.

Selected experience:

  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, FM Bank PBP S.A. and Alior Bank S.A. – advising on the financing of the construction and operations of a hospital in Żywiec (Poland) in the PPP scheme (Poland’s first large-scale PPP hospital project),
  • The Private Partner in the project concerning “Construction of the District Court building in Nowy Sącz, at Grunwaldzka street, in the PPP formula”;
  • The Private Partner in the tender proceedings launched by Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej Sp. z o.o. in Olsztyn with regard to the selection of a private partner to provide heat supply services to the city heating network in Olsztyn. Our legal services includes advising on the project concerning construction, maintenance and financing of the power station. The project is a part of programme: “municipality waste management system in Olsztyn”;
  • Skanska – in the project concerning construction and maintenance of the province roads in the Wloclawek District (270 km of roads).

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Kuzaj Lesław Kuzaj
President of Alstom in Poland
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Leslaw Kuzaj graduated from the Cracow Academy of Economics. He started his professional career as a co-founder of the first Polish Private Business School. From 1988 till 1990 he co-founded the first private bank – KTB and became the President of Consolidated Ventures International. He commenced his employment in GE in 1992, where he held key positions within strategy, management and sales for Central Europe, recently as the General Director of GE in Poland. In January 2013 he joined Alstom as a President of the organisation in Poland.

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Jerzy-Lejk

Jerzy Lejk

President of the Management Board of Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o.

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Mr. Jerzy Lejk graduated from the Institute of Building Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology, where he was awarded the title of Master of Civil Engineering. He started his career at the Warsaw Development Planning Office. After that, he acquired further knowledge and experience while working at the Province Governor’s Office in Warsaw, the Municipal Road Authority and Budimex S.A.
In the years 1994-1999, he was Deputy Mayor of the Capital City of Warsaw.
Since 2002 he has been employed by Metro Warszawskie, starting off as a Deputy Manager to later become a member of the Management Board of Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o.
As a member of the Management Board of Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o., he was responsible for the expansion of Warsaw’s metro system and the issues related to metro’s operation. Together with a team of colleagues from various departments of the Capital City of Warsaw and of Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o., he conceived and implemented the “The Bielany Section of the First Metro Line in Warsaw”.
Since 2006 he has been President of the Management Board of Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o., supervising major projects in Warsaw, including the construction of the Second Metro Line and the procurement of rolling stock.
In 2007 he completed an MBA post-graduate course for engineers.
Moreover, Mr. Lejk has received extensive specialised training in civil engineering and environmental protection in the context of EU laws, and also in the Polish public procurement law and project-development process management.
In 2013 he was appointed a member of the Policy Board – a governing body of the International Association of Public Transport (UTIP), which sets out UITP’s guiding policies.
Since 2013 he has been a lecturer at the Institute of Building Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology.

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Libor-Lochman

Dr Libor Lochman

Executive Director of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER)

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Libor Lochman has been Executive Director of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) since January 1st 2012.
Libor Lochman, born in 1963 in Czechoslovakia, graduated at the Transport University in Zilina and has a doctorate in electronics from the West-Bohemian University Plzen. He has a strong background in Control-Command and signalling systems.
Prior to his role as CER Deputy Executive Director and leader of technical affairs (2007-2011), he acted as director of the Railway Test Centre, a facility for testing European rolling stock, infrastructure and signalling components, in Prague (2000-2005).

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Andrzej Napierski

CEO of IDS-BUD S.A.

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CEO of IDS-BUD S.A. since November 2010. His professional career began at Energomontaż-Północ S.A. Since 2002, he worked at P.R.I. POL-AQUA where in 2005 he was promoted to the Manager of the Tender and Production Preparation Department. As the CEO at IDS-BUD S.A., his involvement and planning skills helped the company win several valuable contracts such as the construction of the Oil Terminal in Gdansk or of the CEZAMAT Central Laboratory, which has boosted the company’s development.

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Michał Olszewski

Deputy Mayor of the City of Warsaw

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Since 2007, following his resignation as Department Head at the Ministry of Regional Development, he has been with the Warsaw City Office. At the City Hall he served, i.a., as the Head of the European-Funds Office and the Head of the Investor-Assistance Office. In 2011 he was appointed Deputy Mayor of the City of Warsaw. In addition to his work at the Office, he has continued to pursue his scientific and educational career at State and private universities.
He has chaired Warsaw’s Innovation-Policy Council and has been a member of its provincial counterpart. He also represents EUROCITIES, the largest organisation to associate European cities within the Smart-Cities High Level Group at the European Commission.
He is involved in encouraging closer cooperation between local governments at the national level and across metropolitan areas. In 2007-2015 he served as President of the European Policy and International Cooperation Committee of the Association of Polish Cities, and since 2012 he has been Co-President of the Municipal and Metropolitan Area Team at the Joint Central Government and Local Government Commission. He has been involved in promoting increased cooperation within Warsaw’s metropolitan area and has created several projects to support functional connections between the metropolis’s districts. Since 2012, he has chaired the Warsaw Metropolis Integrated Territorial Investment Steering Committee.
For his contribution to the development of self-governance, he received the Gold Cross of Merit from the President of Poland (2015) and the Honorary Badge for Services to Territorial Government from the Minister of Administration and Digitisation (2015).

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paetzold_120x180Ulrich Paetzold

Advocate, General Director of FIEC

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    • Rechtsanwalt (German barrister/ solicitor, since 12.8.1985)
    • Chamber of Lawyers Frankfurt/ Main (membership number 122933)
    • Director General of FIEC (since 1994)
    • joined FIEC 1989 as Director charged with setting up the Brussels office
    • joined construction industry federations 1986:

– Deputy Director of EIC (European International Contractors)
– Deputy Director of the international department of the German „Hauptverband der Deutschen Bauindustrie”

  • Member of the „Advisory Committee for the Opening-up of Public Procurement” of the European Commission, DG MARKT (April 2000 – September 2011)
  • Delegate in the European Economic and Social Committee’s „CCMI” (Feb. 2007 – Dec. 2020)

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Artur Perchel

Artur Perchel

Manager Central Eastern Europe and Israel at the International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

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Artur Perchel works at the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) in Brussels where he manages all of UITP’s operations and activities in Central and Eastern European countries and in Israel. Before joining the organization in end-2012, he gained public affairs and corporate management experience from London-based research consultancy ComRes and Brussels-based trade association AmCham Belgium. Earlier, Artur worked as a PhD researcher at the Ghent University. He is an author of a number of mobility-related articles in European and Polish transport and urban mobility journals and publications.

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rolinskiJan Roliński

Advocate, senior partner at WKB Wierciński, Kwieciński, Baehr

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Jan is an expert in public procurement and heads this practice area at WKB. He provides client representation, whether to bidders, contractors or contracting entities, before Circuit Court and National Appeals Board in contentious matters involved in public contracting, and acts as counsel in public procurement cases with a criminal dimension. Jan’s rich advisory experience includes the largest Polish infrastructural projects. An expert advisor for lawmakers working on public procurement legislation, Jan has authored numerous publications and spoken at national and international conferences devoted to this topic. Jan and his team are distinguished every year in the area of public procurement law by Rzeczpospolita daily and international legal directory Chambers Europe.

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RytlewskiMarek Rytlewski

Director of Transprojekt Gdanski Ltd.

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Graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Gdansk University of Technology and Postgraduated from Management Studies at GFKM and Kozminski University
He started his carrier 25 years ago in Transprojekt Gdański and has been still working here, from April 2011 as Director – one-man Board.
He has building licenses for designing and managing of road construction works. As a general designer he got the award from the Minister of Transport and Construction for remarkable creative achievement, design of the A2 Motorway. He is a member of the Board of Polish Road Congress.

Under his leadership Transprojekt Gdanski, employing over 200 people:
– has expanded the scope of activities to the branches: railways, airports, military, architecture and environmental protection,
– designed all three infrastructure projects awarded by PZiTB and MIR entitled The Construction of the Year 2014 (including 2 railway lines),
– received the title of Designer of the Year 2014 in competition The Diamonds of Polish Infrastructure.

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RzepkowskaIzabela Rzepkowska

Judicial Practice Analysis Division at the Legal Department, Public Procurement Office

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Izabela Rzepkowska – legal counsel, Doctor of Juridical Science, head of the Judicial Practice Analysis Division at the Legal Department of the Public Procurement Office. Over 15 years of experience in the area of public procurement, associated with the analysis of the judicial practice of the National Chamber of Appeal and regional courts, preparation of complaints against the decisions of the Chamber, control of public procurements, preparation of legal opinions, formulation of the provisions of the Public Procurement Act and secondary legislation. As an expert in public procurement, she conducts trainings and participates in conferences for ordering parties, contractors, and control bodies. Author of numerous articles on public procurement.

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RzońcaBogdan Józef Rzońca

Zastępca Przewodniczącego Komisji Infrastruktury


Anna Siemińska-LewandowskaProf. dr hab. inż. Anna Siemińska-Lewandowska

Head of Department of Geotechnics and Underground Structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology (WUT)

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She was graduated at Warsaw University of Technology, Civil Engineering Faculty; since 2002 she is the head of Department of Geotechnics and Underground Structures and President of Polish Subcommittee of Underground Structures of Polish Committee on Geotechnics from many years. In 2014 she was elected member of Executive Council of International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association ITA-AITES. She specializes in underground structures and she was advisor and geotechnical consultant of many deep excavations projects in Poland. She is also a consultant for the 1st and 2nd metro line in Warsaw.

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Tomasz Szuba

CEO, TINES CAPITAL GROUP SA.

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Graduated from the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics at the AGH University of Science and Technology. Implementation of modern technologies in the communication and industrial construction sector accompanies his career from the very beginning. In 2004 he founded TINES company. Currently, the main shareholder and CEO at TINES Capital Group SA, whose dynamic development on European, African, Asian and new emerging markets is based on the production of modern slab tracks systems, specialized building chemistry for infrastructure and industry and composite materials. Through a creative approach to business combined with scientific community cooperation a group of companies led by Tomasz Szuba ranks high among the industry leaders on the domestic and foreign markets.

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Włodzimierz SzymczakWłodzimierz Szymczak

President of the European Council of Civil Engineers (ECCE)

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Wlodzimierz Szymczak is the current President of the European Council of Civil Engineers. He took over Presidency of ECCE on 18th October 2014, during the 60th ECCE General Assembly Meeting, in Warsaw, Poland. Mr. Szymczak will serve a two year term for the Period 2014 – 2016. Wlodzimierz Szymczak had been appointed ECCE Vice President/ President Elect on 27th October 2012, during the 56th ECCE General Assembly Meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia. He was the ECCE National Delegate of the Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers (PCCE) since 2010.

QUALIFICATIONS

Włodzimierz Szymczak CEng. (PL), MSc. (Eng.) graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (1979), Department of Environmental Engineering. Majors: Heating and hot water supplying systems and facilities, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning.

Chartered site engineer (from 1981). Licensed by Polish Ministry of Treasure for acting as a member of the Supervisory Boards of Public Corporations (from 2002).

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND BUSINESS INFORMATIONS

  • President of the Board and Co-owner of the Investment Enterprise Sp.z o.o. (medium size developer company, 2005 – present).
  • Head of the Technical Supervisory Department, The Children’s Memorial Health Institute, Warsaw, Poland (2003 – 2005).
  • President, Managing Director and Site Manager of a few private and public companies operating in construction industry and services (1980 – 2003).
  • Vice – President of the Board and Product Manager, Astone Technologies Inc., Toronto, Canada (1990 – 1991).
  • Vice – Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Cooperative Bank of Piaseczno (2001 – present).

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers:

–  Member of the National Council,

–   Expert at the Small and Medium Companies (2008-2010),

–   Member of the Standing Committee for International Cooperation (2010-2014),

  • Mazovian District Chamber of Civil Engineers  – Judge of the Disciplinary Court,
  • ECEC – Member of the Small Business Act Working Group (2008-2010).
  • ECCE – National Delegate for Poland (2010 – 2014),
  • ECCE Vice President/ President Elect (2012-2014).

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Federico Tonetti

CEO of Lafarge in Poland

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Italian from origin, he took MBA from the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid. Graduated in Economics at the University L.Bocconi in Milan. Started his professional career as Senior Consultant in Bain & Company in Paris, then he served as Marketing Manager and Sales Area Manager in Pirelli Cables & Systems and Marketing Product Manager in Legrand.

In Lafarge started to work in 2008 as Group Strategy Manager in Paris, then he was General Manager RMX for Central and Eastern Europe and since 2012 for more than one year – General Manager RMX in Poland. He also worked as Vice President and General Manager Western Canada RMX & Greater Edmonton.

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TrojanowskiWojciech Trojanowski

Member of the Management Board of STRABAG Sp. z o. o.

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One of the two Board Members of STRABAG Group in Poland. Graduate of Warsaw School of Economics with MA in Finance and Banking. Working for STRABAG since 1998.
He held the position of Chief Financial Officer and board member of STRABAG Construction of Infrastructure for 6 years. At that time, the company has become the market leader in infrastructure construction in Poland, more than doubling employment and revenue. Reference investments of that period include, construction of A2 Motorway Nowy Tomyśl – Świecko. He also led the integration of NCC Group companies and of several local entities – such as Hermann Kirchner Poland – in the structure of STRABAG. In 2012-2013 he was responsible for transferring mastic asphalt mixing plants to Russia and for developing STRABAG’s potential on this market. From 2001 to 2006 he was managing director and member of the board of BRVZ Sp. z. o. o., member of STRABAG group.
Under his supervision, STRABAG has won a number of awards in the field of infrastructure construction, such as, the “Company of the Year” title in the Leaders of Infrastructure Competition, numerous diamonds for the “Gold Statuette of the Polish Business Leader” awarded by the Business Centre Club, and the title of the “Titan of the Year” in the field of underground construction. He is the chairman of the Building Platform in the Employers of Poland organization.

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watzlAlfred Watzl

Member of the Management Board of STRABAG Sp. z o. o.

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One of the two Board Members of STRABAG Group in Poland. Graduate of Civil Engineering in Deggendorf/Passau Technical University, specialized in construction law and safety.
He started is professional career as a construction manager in a medium-sized company in Bavaria, Germany. He continues the family tradition, representing the third generation working in the construction industry. His professional experience in Poland began in 1998 when he took up the post of the construction manager of M1 Shopping Centre in Bytom. His outstanding achievements resulted in the appointment to the Management Board of STRABAG Building Construction & Civil Engineering in 2004. Through STRABAG group, he has numerous contacts in other countries of Central and Eastern Europe and South- Eastern Europe.
Under his leadership STRABAG company, employing nearly 3,500 people, was awarded the title of “Construction Company of the Year” among the CEE countries in 2005, 2009 and 2012 in the prestigious CEEQA competition. He is a member of the Polish Association of Construction Industry Employers and Executive Club.

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Wiznermec. Zbyszko Wizner

Senior Partner at Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak law firm

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Attorney-at-Law and tax advisor. He became a partner at SK&S in 2000. He has advised a number of important foreign investors. Apart from his general law practice, he specializes in advising on construction and infrastructural processes and construction works contracts (FIDIC and non-FIDIC), including procedures of procurement of various administrative permits for complex infrastructure projects..

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WolskaAgnieszka Wolska

Head of Large Corporates, BZ WBK S.A.

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She graduated from Warsaw School of Economics, Banking & Finance. She started her career in 2003 in Bank BPH S.A. participating in a graduate programme. Subsequently she joined Structured Financed Department in 2004 and became deputy head of Structured Finance in 2006. After the merger of Bank BPH S.A. with Bank PEKAO S.A., she became Deputy Head of Corporate Solutions and then was promoted to Head of TMT within Large Corporate Area in 2010. In August 2014, she joined BZ WBK S.A. as Head of Large Corporates, where she is dealing with companies above 500 mpln of annual turnover as well as public sector entities.

Agnieszka has over 10-year experience in corporate banking and structured finance (LBO, M&A, corporate finance) for both commercial clients and public sector entities. She also has a vast restructuring experience, being in charge of various comprehensive restructuring processes on the Polish market.

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Maciej ZiomekMaciej Ziomek

Senior Manager in EY Transaction Advisory Services
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Senior Manager in EY Transaction Advisory Services. Maciej specializes in financial and transactional advisory for clients in various sectors, including transport, infrastructure and industry. His professional experience includes financial modeling and the evaluation of investment returns. Maciej also possesses expertise in fundraising processes, including debt and equity financing as well as EU grants. He is also experienced in the preparation of business plans, feasibility studies, financial restructuring, as well as business reviews of companies.

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stanislaw.zmijanStanisław Żmijan

Deputy-chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of Infrastructure

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Graduated on the Faculty of Civil Engineering Technical University of Lublin. Throughout his life associated with the road industry. The work began as a lab technician in the Region Construction of Roads in Lublin. In 1984 he began working as a Deputy Director of Public Roads Region in Włodawa

Since 1989 associated with Międzyrzec Podlaski, where he was Director of Public Roads Region. As Director of PDM Miedzyrzecz Podlaski responsible for its transformation and modernization. With these changes, the company has become one of the most important employers in Międzyrzec Podlaski and the entire bialski district. Stanislaw Żmijan is also a member of many professional organizations. He served in the government of the Polish Chamber of Road Industry.

Stanislaw Żmijan also engages in social and political activities. He sat in the City Council of Międzyrzec Podlaski and Provincial Assembly of Lublin. In 2001 he was elected to the Parliament from the district of Chelm. In parliament deals with matters of infrastructure and rural development. From 2013, he was the Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of Infrastructure. He was author special act of road and airport, which proved to be crucial for the issue of EU funds for infrastructure in 2007-2013.

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