19 March 2024, Sheraton Grand Warsaw

Polish Infrastructure & Construction is a meeting of industry leaders that enjoys great esteem on the market and gathers the most important representatives of the sector every year. 

15th edition will be an opportunity to discuss topics related to the financing and development of road investments, new technologies in the service of infrastructure, and the dynamics of rail transportation developmentThe conference is aimed at the management staff of Polish and foreign companies from the infrastructure and construction sectors as well as representatives of local authorities and public administration

The conference will culminate with the formal “Infrastructure & Construction Diamonds” gala, awarding the most distinguished entities in the industry.






Opening of the Conference


Inaugural speech


Case study: Dr. Maciej Kiełbowski and Maciej Zych – Attorneys at Law, Partners, Wardynski & Partners
“Design Defect Claims vs. CAR / EAR Insurance”


Panel 1: Public Procurement

  • The public sector as a major player in the construction market. How to build meaningful relations with the
    Procuring Party in all areas and deepen the cooperation between public investors and the executive side under
    the new direction?

  • How to streamline public procurement rules in the Polish construction market and bring it closer to the model
    inherent in Western economies? Rational definition of the role of price in relation to other criteria.

  • Financing of the construction industry by banking institutions. Would balancing contractual terms in public
    procurement increase the willingness of the financial sector to become more involved in the construction

  • Risk management of infrastructure investments. Bank and insurance guarantees as a form of project execution


Networking break


Case study: Mirosław Metych – Partner, Head of M&A, Hoogells Oleksiewicz

“Green financial instruments – a catalyst for transformation in infrastructure and construction”


Case study: Fracht FWO Polska


Lunch break


Panel 2: Road construction

  • Currently, many road projects are running below breakeven due to skyrocketing costs. Is there a chance for a
    quick valorisation? What awaits the Polish road construction industry in the near future?

  • Additional sources of funding for road construction. PPP realisations as an example of efficient project
    execution and good cooperation between the public and private sectors.

  • Innovative technologies, self-repairing surfaces, i.e. how do modern construction materials increase the
    durability, safety and ecology of Polish roads?

  • Key aspects for the maintenance of road infrastructure – technical condition, prolonging the service life of
    surfaces and ensuring the safety of road users.


Case study


Polish construction industry round table – leaders debate

  • Investments in the field of construction – opportunities and threats to the continuation and development of strategic infrastructure projects in the various segments of construction and infrastructure.
  • Is the labor market the biggest threat to the expansion or even the preservation of current development programs in the wider construction area?
  • Assessment of the current state and projections of changes in labor costs and construction material costs over the course of the coming year.
  • Sustainable construction – formal and moral obligation. What lies ahead – more opportunities or threats?
  • Protecting the Polish construction market – should we remain the most open market in Europe?
  • Export of construction services – competencies and resources of Polish construction companies – prospective markets for expansion / offensive.
  • Reforms / changes in the law governing the construction area and aimed at improving the design and implementation processes in the area of wider construction.tion.



Registration for the Gala and Networking Cocktail


Grand Opening of the Gala


Award Ceremony


Evening banquet

* The Organizer reserves the right to make changes in the Agenda.


Grzegorz Dziedzina

Grzegorz Dziedzina

Acting Deputy of General Director for National Roads and Motorways

Graduate of construction at the Szczecin University of Technology (faculty: Roads, Streets and Airports) and post-graduate of studies in the field of road infrastructure management and financing at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. Since 2003 an employee of the GDDKiA’s Branch in Szczecin where he held various positions in the investment preparation department. Since 2009 Deputy Branch Director for Roads and Bridges Management. In 2009 he also obtained the qualifications of a Road Safety Auditor. During his work for GDDKiA, he held the positions of project manager and spokesperson for the Szczecin Branch. From the beginning of 2022 acting Deputy of General Director for National Roads and Motorways responsible for maintenance.

Hubert Nowak

Hubert Nowak

Public Procurement Office

Hubert Nowak - President of the Public Procurement Office, legal adviser, graduate of the University of Łódź, specialized in civil law, public procurement law, EU funds, economic and commercial law. In his professional career, he controlled, prepared and conducted public procurement procedures, audited them, represented in appeals, complaints before the SO and conducted court cases in the field of appeals related to the implementation of public procurement contracts. He also represented beneficiaries of EU funds in correction matters before the Provincial Administrative Court. Academic lecturer and author of closed trainings in the field of public procurement. In the years 2005-2007, he was an attestator from the list of the President of the Public Procurement Office. Co-author of publications in the field of public procurement. Participant of postgraduate studies conducted by the Warsaw School of Economics, MBA studies at the University of Warsaw and MPA management studies conducted by IESE Business School - University of Navarra and KSAP.


Dr hab. inż. Janusz Rymsza, prof. IBDiM

Dr hab. inż. Janusz Rymsza, prof. IBDiM

Deputy Director for Scientific and Management Systems

Janusz Rymsza, Ph.D., Eng. is an Associate Professor at the Road and Bridge Research Institute in Warsaw. Since 2009 he holds the position of Deputy Director of the Institute. His professional work relates to the full range of bridge works including designing, field testing as well as supervision over bridge works.

Dr Hubert Wysoczański

Dr Hubert Wysoczański

Attorney at law,
Partner at SSW

Dr. Hubert Wysoczanski, partner at SSW, an attorney, heads the infrastructure practice. He also assists dispute resolution and energy teams. He specializes in advising on civil, commercial and administrative matters, as well as contract negotiations and support for infrastructure projects. He represents clients in disputes before courts and in domestic and international arbitration. In particular, he deals with legal issues in the areas of construction, infrastructure, energy, environmental protection, public procurement. He is an expert in the area of construction contracts and FIDIC Conditions of Contract. He is a Consulting Engineer – a member of The Polish Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR) – the only FIDIC member organization in Poland. He has advised clients on more than 100 multi-million dollar infrastructure projects with a total value of more than $40 billion. He has extensive experience on projects including highways, expressways, railroads, oil & gas facilities, conventional power plants, power lines, offshore and onshore wind farms, photovoltaics, mines, airports and commercial real estate. He also acts as a conciliator in construction disputes (he was a conciliator in more than 15 conciliation committees in disputes over sections of the S-61, S-6, S-19 expressways). Education Doctor of Law, Jagiellonian University University of Melbourne, LL.M. exchange student Law, Jagiellonian University, master's degree program Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Program in International and Comparative Business Law Membership Consulting Engineer – member of the The Polish Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR), a FIDIC member organization in Poland. Publications "The right to change and an order to change the content of a construction contract in light of FIDIC terms and conditions", C.H. Beck 2017 "Construction Contracts. Civil Code, Public Procurement Law, FIDIC, case law", 2017 "Construction Contracts. New FIDIC Conditions", 2018, published under the auspices of The Polish Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR)

Jorge Calabuig Ferre

Jorge Calabuig Ferre

Vice President of the Management Board,
Mostostal Warszawa

Born in 1978. In 2003, he graduated from the University of Technology in Valencia, Faculty of Civil Engineering, specializing in transport and urban planning. In 2003, he defended his master's thesis at the University of Rostock in Germany, and in 2020 he completed his MBA studies at EOI Escuela de Organización Industrial (Business School) in Madrid. From the beginning of his professional career, he has been associated with general contracting. In the years 2003-2006 he held positions: from Site Manager to Technical Director. He has been associated with the Acciona Group since 2006. On behalf of the Spanish company, in 2006-2008 he supervised the modernization of the national road No. 7 in the Kiezmark - Jazowa section in Poland. In 2008-2009, he also coordinated the multi-stage process of preparing the offer of the Mostostal Warszawa / Acciona Infraestructuras consortium for the construction of the second metro line in Warsaw. In the years 2009-2013 he was the Technical Director at Acciona Infraestructuras Branch in Poland. From 2014, he managed the Controlling and Purchasing Department at Mostostal Warszawa S.A. As the Controlling and Purchasing Director, he was also responsible for managing the procurement process for one of the Company's largest contracts - the construction of power units no. 5 and 6 at the Opole Power Plant. On May 5, 2017, by decision of the Supervisory Board, he was appointed to the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa S.A. Since 9 May 2018, he has been Vice President of the Management Board. He is also a Member of the Management Board in Mostostal Power Development Sp. z o.o. and sits on the Supervisory Boards of subsidiaries of Mostostal Warszawa S.A. (Mostostal Płock S.A., Mostostal Kielce S.A. and AMK Kraków S.A.). He is a member of the Council of the Polish Association of Construction Industry Employers for the term 2020-2024 and a member of the Council of the Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce for the term 2022-2024.

Dr inż. Norbert Kurek

Dr inż. Norbert Kurek

General Director,

Norbert Kurek is a graduate of the Gdansk University of Technology, where he graduated with a degree in Geotechnical Construction. He also earned a doctorate in engineering sciences in construction. He completed an internship at Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble, France. He completed postgraduate studies in project management at the Warsaw University of Applied Sciences and specialized studies in geotechnics and environmental engineering at the Gdansk University of Technology. He is also a graduate of the MBA from the Warsaw School of Economics. He began his professional career in 2004 as a member of Prof. Dr. hab. Zbigniew Sikor’s team. Since 2006 he worked at Soletanche Polska as a site engineer and then as a site manager in the realisation department. Since 2009, he has been Manager of the soil improvement department and has developed the company’s strategy in this area and its market position. In 2011 he started working at Menard Polska as Deputy CEO and Central branch director. Since 2019 Norbert Kurek has also been CEO/Board Member of REMEA. Norbert Kurek is an expert with more than 15 years of experience in geotechnical engineering. He has been involved in the development of numerous projects. The team of REMEA specialists under his leadership has carried out thousands of studies throughout Poland and many successful remedies. Examples of such projects include the revitalisation of the area after the former Orzegów coking plant in Ruda Śląska, the renovation work on the site of the former Zachem S. A. chemical works in Bydgoszcz or the innovative work on the Kalina pond in Świętochłowice. The result of his work is also 25 scientific and technical publications in polish and foreign journals, of which he is the author or co-author.

Dr inż. Jerzy Lejk

Dr inż. Jerzy Lejk

President of the Management Board,
Metro Warszawskie

Jerzy Lejk - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Member of the Committee on Transport of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He defended his doctoral dissertation at the Poznań University of Technology in the discipline of transport. He graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology where he was awarded the title of Master of Civil Engineering. He completed a post-graduate course “MBA for Engineers” at the Koźmiński University. He started his career at the Development Planning Department of the City of Warsaw, after which he expanded his knowledge and experience at the Warsaw Province Governor's Office, Municipal Roads Authority and in Budimex S.A. He was Deputy Mayor of Warsaw between 1994 and 1999. He has been working at Metro Warszawskie since 2002, first as Deputy Director, and further as Management Board Member at Metro Warszawskie Sp. z o.o. As Management Board Member, he was responsible for Metro extension and operations. He has served as the President of the Management Board since January 2006. He is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. He conducts teaching and research activities at the Department of Geotechnics, Bridges and Underground Structures. He took part in numerous specialised professional training courses in construction and environmental protection from the perspective of European Union laws, in public procurement and management of investment processes. For three terms, between 2013-2019, he represented Poland at the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) as Policy Board Member.

Anna Łopaciuk

Anna Łopaciuk

Director of the Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics Program, Manager in the Department of Strategic Relations, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego

Expert in investment project financing. She has been working in banking industry since 2012, where she was mainly involved in the evaluation and financing of investments in both the private and public sectors and also in market analyses in the construction and infrastructure sectors. Since 2016, she has been working at BGK, Polish development bank. She currently serves as the director of the Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics program and is also a manager in the Strategic Relations Department, which provides, among other things, substantive support for the analysis of PPP projects. Prior to joining BGK, she worked at PKO BP and PBP SA.

Tamara Małasiewicz

Tamara Małasiewicz

Managing Director,
Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR).

Graduate of the Gdańsk University of Technology, M.Sc. in Water Constructions and Environmental Engineering, M.Sc. in Management and Economics. Construction licence no. POM/0241/OWOS/10 to direct construction works without limitations in the field of heating, ventilation, gas, water and sewage networks, installations and devices. Since 2010 a regular member of the Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR), Independent Consulting Engineer, Expert from the list of Experts and Conciliators maintained by SIDiR. Author of expert reports for private entities and courts of law on the impact of external conditions on the cost and lead-time of contracts, as well as expert opinions on the final settlement of contracts between parties. Author of industry-specific publications and co-author of Investment Execution Standards (SIDiR, 2018, 2021). Between 2016 and 2022, President of the Board of the Best Value Procurement Foundation dedicated to the promotion of good procurement practices in the construction industry. Currently Managing Director of the Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDiR).

Mirosław Metych

Mirosław Metych

Partner, Head of M&A,
Hoogells Oleksiewicz

Leader of the M&A, Capital Markets and Banking & Finance legal practice. He has over 20 years of experience in M&A transactions, including Private Equity undertakings (covering e.g. share/asset deals, company mergers, conversions and divisions (spin-offs)) as well as in Capital Markets transactions (IPOs, pre-IPOs, stock options, issuing debt instruments) and Banking & Finance law (LMA credits, distressed debt, corporate finance, investment funds). He is an expert in the field of ESG & Sustainability, securities law, capital markets, commercial law, civil law, international private law, international tax law, corporate governance, sustainable finance (Green Loans/Credits, Green Bonds, Blue Bonds, Sustainability Bonds, Transition Bonds, Sustainability-linked Bonds, etc.). He has participated in a number of international specialised training courses and conferences concerning security of M&A transactions. He has advised numerous national and international companies, e.g. from the financial, energy, real estate and TMT sectors. He has completed Legal Counsel training and full-time Executive MBA studies.

Michał Siembab

Michał Siembab

Attorney at law,
Partner at GKR Legal

Specializes in construction law, real property law, providing legal advice throughout the investment process as well as administrative proceedings and litigation.. He has extensive experience in litigation related to the performance of construction contracts, including payment of remuneration for construction works, contractual penalties or settlement of additional works. He represented Clients in numerous administrative and court administrative proceedings relating to investment processes, including proceedings concerning environmental permits as well as zoning and building permits. Before joining the GKR Legal team, he had been working in a large Polish law firm for many years. Michał was also employed as legal counsel in the litigation department at one of the largest Polish capital companies. He provides legal services in Polish and English.

Jan Styliński

Jan Styliński

President of the Board, Polish Federation of Construction Employers

Jan Styliński - President of the Board of the Polish Federation of Construction Employers, Vice-President of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters, Vice-President of the Federation of Polish Entrepreneurs. By appointment of the Minister of Development - member of the Public Procurement Council and by appointment of the Minister of Infrastructure – member of Council of Road Experts. Jan Styliński is an attorney at law, he practices investment, concession and PPP law. He is the author of numerous publications on investment issues, as well as a speaker and panelist at many conferences and trainings.

Przemysław Szulfer

Przemysław Szulfer

Director of Treasury and Public-Private Partnerships, VINCI Construction in Poland (Warbud and Eurovia)

Director at VINCI Construction in Poland (Warbud and Eurovia) responsible for finance, treasury and public-private partnership. Expert in the field of Public-Private Partnerships, responsible for the development of PPP projects and financing long-term investments. Graduate of Warsaw School of Economics. Certified auditor. Member of ACCA. At VINCI Construction in Poland since 2024, at Warbud SA since 2007, previously employed at audit firms Deloitte and BDO. His interests include economics, history and social psychology.

Bartosz Tokarski

Bartosz Tokarski

Financial Practice Leader, Deputy Director of the Strategic Clients Insurance Office, EIB

Bartosz Tokarski - Deputy Director of the Insurance Bureau of Strategic Clients EIB SA, Leader of Financial Practice, economist. A graduate of Financial Management at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He graduated with honors from post-graduate MBA studies at the Kozminski University. Since 2007, he has been associated with insurance, initially at the petrochemical company, then at EIB S.A. In 2008, he passed the Broker License Examination. Responsible for servicing clients from the energy, fuel and large enterprises sectors. For years, he has been particularly associated with financial insurance, guarantees, thanks to which he can devote himself to his passion for financial analysis of companies and assessment of investment projects.

Wojciech Trojanowski

Wojciech Trojanowski

Member of the two-person Management Board,

Wojciech Trojanowski Member of the two-person Management Board of the STRABAG Group in Poland since 2013. Master of Economics, a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics and a scholarship holder of the University of Vienna in the field of business economics. He started his professional career at the STRABAG headquarters in Austria in 1996 and since then he has been professionally associated with STRABAG in Poland. Between 2001 - 2006 he was the Managing Director and a member of the Management Board of BRVZ Sp. z o.o., a financial services company of the STRABAG Group. He has been a member of the Management Board of the STRABAG Group in Poland since 2007. He was responsible for the infrastructure segment. Currently, he manages all areas of construction of the STRABAG Group in Poland. During that time, the company became the second largest construction company in Poland, operating in all construction sectors. Wojciech Trojanowski is the Vice-President of Pracodawcy RP [The Employers of the Republic of Poland], Chairman of Platforma Budowlana [The Construction Platform], member of the Board of the Polish-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The winner of numerous industry awards.

Michał Ziajowski

Michał Ziajowski

Member of the Management Board, Managing Director of LSO,
Aebi Schmidt

A graduate of the University of Minnesota MBA and the Warsaw University of Technology, major Hydrotechnical Construction. He built his career with leading companies in the industrial and automation sectors. Currently involved in road and runway safety maintenance projects.

Maciej Zych

Maciej Zych

Lawyer, Partner,
Wardyński i Wspólnicy

Maciej Zych advises and represents clients in various commercial disputes before state courts and arbitration courts. He is particularly involved in complex litigation related to real estate construction projects, e.g. concerning design defects, disputes in the infrastructure and transport sectors, and post-transaction disputes. He advises clients from the aviation sector on transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution issues. He also represents aviation clients in contacts with public authorities, including administrative proceedings and administrative court proceedings.

Dr Maciej Kiełbowski

Dr Maciej Kiełbowski

Lawyer, Partner,
Wardyński i Wspólnicy

Dr Maciej Kiełbowski heads the Public Law and Local Government practice. For many years he has advised on matters of administrative law and administrative procedure and in judicial disputes. He helps solve problems for a range of clients involving public law—both businesses and local governments. His experience involves primarily planning, zoning, construction law, road and rail projects, and road transport. In matters affecting the rail sector, he advises rail market participants as well as NGOs. E-mail:



The goal of the competition is to promote individuals and companies associated with the infrastructure and construction sector with outstanding achievements in terms of implementation and economic efficiency. The Diamonds show the added value that infrastructure and construction investments bring to the development of the Polish economy. Participation in the competition is an opportunity to present the achievements and activities of the company and exhibit the brand among the most important representatives of the industry.
The winners will be announced on 19 March 2024 as part of the 15th edition of the “Polish Infrastructure & Construction” conference. Traditionally, the industry’s most prominent representatives will be honored at the Evening Awards Gala.


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