Commencing 8 December 2014, Roman Wieczorek becomes the new Business Unit President of Skanska in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia. Roman takes over the office from Dan Ťok who was appointed the new Transport Minister of the Czech Republic.
Roman Wieczorek retains the post of Executive Vice President within the Senior Executive Team (SET) of Skanska AB, which is responsible for civil construction units in Central Europe.
Roman Wieczorek has been working as Executive Vice President in Skanska AB since 2010. In addition to the business development in the Central Europe his responsibilities also involve the area of ethics across the entire global Skanska Group. In the past Roman Wieczorek worked in the civil construction unit Skanska Poland, where he carried out different functions, such as Affiliate Director, Division Executive Vice President and the Business Unit President as well as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Roman Wieczorek joined Skanska in 1998.
Change of the Statutory Director will not in any way alter the strategic direction of Skanska.
“We will continue developing our regional activities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, rigorously pursue safety and build our corporate culture that stems from ethical values and profound transparency,” declared Roman Wieczorek. „As I have been responsible for business development in Central Europe during the last 4 years, I am really well acquainted with the employees, organisation as well as the market in both the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic,” he added.
Roman Wieczorek takes over the office of Skanska a.s. Statutory Director from Dan Ťok who was appointed the Transport Minister of the Czech Republic on 4 December 2014.
Year and place of birth: 1957, Poznań
Education: he obtained a law degree from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Family: married with three children