The Gdańsk Transport Company is a special purpose company set up in 1996 to pursue the project of constructing the northern section of the A1 Motorway. The company holds the concession to design, finance, build, and operate the approximately 152 km long segment of the A1 Motorway from Gdańsk to Toruń. When the concession expires in 2039, the Concessionaire will hand over the infrastructure to the public partner free of charge.
MSc Civ. Eng, member of the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI), has been working with Public Private Partnerships (PPP) projects since 1997. He has been involved mainly in implementing large scale infrastructure projects in Sweden and Poland, e.g. Arlanda Express, Motorway A2, and now A1 from Gdańsk to Toruń.
MSc in Physics from the University of Warsaw and MBA from Cornell University (USA). Prior to joining GTC, he worked at KPMG Corporate Finance where he was in charge of advisory projects dealing with the financing, including Public Private Partnerships, evaluation of investment projects, financial modelling, valuations, and mergers and acquisitions. The projects he was involved in covered the infrastructure and transportation sector, and other industries.
MSc Civ. Eng from the Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Hydro and Environmental Engineering. In the years 1998-1999, she worked on the water-sewer project for the City of Boston in the United States. In 2000-2005, employed at Transprojekt Gdański, she was engaged in design works on large infrastructural projects, e.g.: Trasa Siekierkowska in Warsaw, A2 Motorway Nowy Tomyśl-Konin, and S-3 express road between Szczecin-Gorzów.
A graduate of the Gdańsk Technical University, Faculty of Hydro and Environmental Engineering, as well as the Gdańsk Foundation for Manager Development and the University of Strathclyde, Glas- gow (MBA). He worked for international corporations holding managerial positions; recently the Chief Executive Officer of one of the corporate divisions in Europe. Moreover, he participated in many international projects connected with the building industry all over Europe.
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