IBB Holding Group and Max Bögl, partnership for the participation in infrastructure tenders

Miruna Macsim 04/06/2024 | 13:21

IBB Holding Group SA (IBB Holding), one of the leaders in the construction industry in Romania, operating in areas such as infrastructure, civil and industrial construction, concrete and asphalt production, real estate development, construction equipment logistics, as well as other related construction services, is entering into a partnership with Max Bögl Romania, the local subsidiary of the German multinational Max Bögl, a relevant company in the construction market, headquartered in Germany, to participate in infrastructure tenders.


Ion Crăciunescu CEO, IBB Holding founder: The partnership with Max Bögl is a continuation of our close collaboration that began several years ago in Germany, during which we have completed numerous projects together, ranging from road infrastructure to industrial and civil construction. Together with Max Bögl, we will continue to strengthen the already high level of expertise in the execution of infrastructure projects.”

IBB Holding has a solid reputation built over time through the high-quality services provided in the implementation of highly complex projects in infrastructure, in the construction of earth works, roads, bridges, highways, airport runways, and the execution of civil, industrial, and residential buildings.

Mathias Kirr – Max Bögl Romania Administrator: “We have been in Romania for over 20 years and have always had a reliable partner in IBB. With exemplary collaboration, we have been aligned in values, focused on quality, and the proper execution of projects. We are present in 40 locations worldwide, but we closely monitor Romania, which has developed its economy and infrastructure over the years. We continue to see development prospects in our field of activity.

The contracted value of the projects currently under execution is ~ euros 270 million, with the most important projects being A7 Highway Section 1 Dumbrava – Mizil, the DN1D – A7 bypass road, widening to 4 lanes, and the construction of a long-term parking lot with an area of approximately 30,000 sqm National Road Bucharest Ring Road (A0) between the A1 Highway and DN5, periodic maintenance and road repairs at the national roads in Prahova, Giurgiu, and Bucharest, as well as for the A2 and A3 Highways.

The group has 3 plants that produce concrete for engineering constructions, road concrete, and cement-stabilized aggregates, located near Bucharest in Pantelimon, Ciorogârla, and Mogoșoaia, as well as an asphalt mixing plant in Pantelimon.

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