Bilfinger wins three construction deals in Europe


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Bilfinger Berger has received three new building construction orders worth around US $244 million (EUR195 million) in Germany and Poland.

In Passau, Germany, the company will carry out construction of the Stadt-Galerie shopping centre, which is worth $75 million.

In Duisburg, Germany, the company is building an inner-city shopping centre with an order value of $106 million, while in Niepolomice, Poland, it is carrying out the $62 million construction of MAN’s new truck assembly plant.

The new orders follow the recent contract award for one of Germany’s largest inner-city shopping centres in Essen.

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