In the 22nd annual competition “The Best Company Reports 2014 and Corporate Magazines 2015” that is traditionally held by association CZECH TOP 100 our Company Report was among the fifty applicants in the total rating on the excellent 8th place.
The construction company HOCHTIEF has finished a very interesting socially responsible project in the African Rwanda.
Construction of the Central Waste Water Treatment Plant on the island Císařský ostrov in Prague started with a ceremony of tapping on the foundation stone on 4 November 2015.
9.10.2015 - New water treatment line of the Prague waste water treatment plant has a building permit and the construction has started
Refurbishment of the Central Waste Water Treatment Plant in Prague has started – building permit for construction of a new water treatment line and the related works has come into force today.
On 29 September 2015, the National Technical Museum is opening in the newly renovated historically valuable outbuildings in the premises of the monastery in Plasy the Centre of Building Heritage, a unique centre of documentation, presentation and lifelong learning in the fields related to building history and traditional construction engineering.
On Sunday, 27 August 2015 breakthrough and meeting of headings in the top headings in the North tunnel tube from the West portal and from the central portal took place.
On Monday, 7 September at 2:30 p.m. a project commencement ceremony – tapping on the foundation stone on the occasion of start of construction of a central station and head office of the Regional Department Šumperk took place in the premises of the former fire station in Šumperk in the Nemocniční Street.
On Thursday, 4 September HOCHTIEF CZ received two prestigious awards in the Grand Prix competition of the Internal Communication Institute. This year a record-breaking number of works, i.e. 37, applied in six categories.
After two years of construction works at the area of the oldest part of the central building of the hospital in Frýdek-Místek a new modern surgery department has risen. On Tuesday 3 August it was opened in a ceremony by the governor of the Moravian and Silesian Region in attendance of other prominent guests. Construction of the new department took two years and the total costs including medical technology reached nearly CZK 460 million. 85% have been paid from the EU resources; the rest has been paid from the budget of the Moravian and Silesian Region.
Two new sections of a bike path with the total length of 1.79 km and a new bridge across the Sázava River for cyclists and pedestrians have started being used by cyclists at Týnec nad Sázavou and Zbořený Kostelec in the Benešov region. The bridge, which makes it easier for both residents and tourists to get to the remains of Zbořený Kostelec castle and to a bus stop ensuring connection with the capital, was opened with a ceremony by the governor of the Central Bohemian Region Miloš Petera (ČSSD) on Tuesday 28 July 2015.