We are pleased to announce that ENERGOPROJEKT-KATOWICE SA has become a member of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters.
ENERGOPROJEKT-KATOWICE SA offers comprehensive handling of investment process, from the concept, through securing funds, all stages of design, order picking, to implementation and launch. EPK’s main objective is to provide quality service and ensure the Customer’s satisfaction and trust in the Company as a reliable contractor of technical documentation and the investment project. The Company’s offer is directed mainly to the Customers from the following sectors: power, mining industry, chemical industry, steel industry, food industry and municipal services management.
– “Succeeding on foreign markets requires coordinated cooperation of Polish construction companies, e.g. in the form of consortiums, and appropriate financial resources that enable pre-financing of offered supplies or services. Equally important is cooperation with a local business that knows the specifics of the given market, or with a Polish business already present on that market. We hope that the Cluster will allow us to intensify pro-export activities that will win us new orders from foreign partners,” says Michał Woźniczka, Member of the Board and Manufacturing Manager at Energoprojekt-Katowice SA.
The Company provides engineering services to domestic and foreign Customers. The Company exports its services to Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Denmark, Finland, Greece, India, Lebanon, Germany, Nigeria, Russia, Romania, Syria, Uzbekistan, Serbia, Great Britain, Bosnia, Czechia, Lithuania, Macedonia and France.
Notable export successes of the company thus far include:
Design of civil structures of 370 MWe steam and gas power generation unit in Tashkent, Uzbekistan;
Preliminary Front-End Engineering Design of modernisation of power plant at YCRT mine in Rio Turbio, Argentina;
Construction design documentation of structural steelwork for Deven project in Bulgaria;
Consulting services for the project “Open Cycle Power Plant Omotosho” Phase II in Nigeria;
Contract Engineer for the construction of 750 MW gas-steam power plant in Soyo, Angola.