16. November 2014
ZEMAN HDF impresses with airport projects
ZEMAN HDF impresses with airport projects and is commissioned with the expansion and renovation of the John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice in Poland.
Having successfully completed airport projects in Lublin, Modlin and Warsaw ZEMAN HDF is facing a new challenge of an unprecedented dimension…
The expansion and renovation of Krakow airport includes construction of a new airport building, partial demolition of the existing building, construction of a new building in the same place and the fusion of the two buildings into a large functional and architecturally impressive airport facility, which will meet the growing demands of the city of Krakow. With 4,800 tons of steel used in the construction of the main building and the facade structure’s prism made up of triangles, which is being manufactured in ZEMAN’s own company Zekon in Poland, this project is the largest in ZEMAN HDF’s history. The new airport in Krakow will be completed in the middle of 2015.