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Railways

Our projects involve the entire life cycle of rail infrastructure – from initial construction, through maintenance and renovation.

The tracks that we have installed and that we are maintaining connect people, countries and cultures. Millions of people are using this infrastructure every day to commute to work and travel for leisure.

We are able to fully handle all of the tasks related to rail line installation and maintenance and here again, we take advantage of the latest technologies.
Thanks to our extensive experience and expertise, we are able to guarantee the completion of large-scale projects both on time and at the highest levels of quality.

Railways
We specialize in the upgrading and reconstruction of rail lines – including regional lines, railroad stations and rail sidings, as well as the optimization of high speed rail corridors. We also specialize in rail-related high and low voltage power systems. We build railroad bridges, underpasses, culverts and drainage channels. We also install noise barriers. In 2009, we continued work on the completion of one of the country's key railroad infrastructure projects – the Nové Spojení project in Prague.
We also completed work on the Ústí nad Labem rail junction project and the upgrading of the Horní Dvořiště – České Budějovice rail line connecting one of the country’s largest cities with the Austrian border. In Slovakia, we continued work on upgrading the Žilina – Krásno nad Kysucou (Corridor VI) rail line.

Municipal Rail Transportation
We are a leading supplier of the rail infrastructure for Prague's subway system and trolley lines. We supply entire technical systems as well as special equipment. We offer these services as part of the construction of new and the reconstruction of existing infrastructure.

Tomáš Princ Ing.

Specialista komunikace senior
Skanska a.s.
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