Projects

CONSTRUCTION OF THE SECOND TRACK OF IXB CORRIDOR VILNIUS BYPASS PUŠYNAS – PANERIAI

The final stage of the construction of the Vilnius railway bypass. The bypass allows to divert all rail freight from / to Belarus (Eastern directions) without crossing the city of Vilnius.
Implementation period of the project: 2016 to 2018
Customer: Lietuvos geležinkeliai, AB
Contractors: Eurovia Lietuva, AB and Vitras-S, UAB.
Milsa, UAB provided more than 47 000 tonnes of crushed granite for the construction of a railway track.

RAIL BALTICA RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION WORKS FROM PL/LT STATE BORDER TO KAUNAS
The largest object of railway infrastructure in the Baltic States.
Implementation period of the project: 2013 to 2014
Customer: Lietuvos geležinkeliai, AB
Contractors: Eurovia Lietuva, AB, Geležinkelio tiesimo centras, UAB, Panevėžio keliai, AB, Alkesta, UAB.
Milsa, UAB provided more than 400 000 tonnes of railway ballast stone (fraction 31,5-63 mm).


RECONSTRUCTION OF LITHUANIAN MILITARY AIR FORCE BASE IN ŠIAULIAI
Implementation period of the project: 2018 to 2019
Customer: US army corps of engineers.
Contractor: Mitnija, UAB.
Concrete was produced by HC Betonas, UAB.
Milsa, UAB provided crushed granite: 14 000 tonnes of fraction 4-16 mm and 5.000 tonnes of fraction 16-32 mm.



DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANS-EUROPEAN NETWORK ROAD E67 (VIA BALTICA). DEVELOPMENT OF THE SECTION KAUNAS-MARIJAMPOLĖ. STAGE I. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ROAD A5 KAUNAS-MARIJAMPOLĖ-SUWAŁKI (FROM 45.15 KM TO 56.83 KM).

We are pleased to have contributed to the first highway (Via Baltica Kaunas-Marijampolė) since regaining the independence. It facilitated traffic between Kaunas and Marijampole and considerably decreased the travel time for passengers going to Poland.
Implementation period of the project: 2018
Customer: Lithuanian Road Administration under the Ministry of Transport and Communications
Contractors: Fegda, UAB, Eurovia Lietuva, AB and YIT Infra Lietuva, UAB.
Milsa, UAB provided over 150 000 tonnes of dolomite for the installation of a gravel road base and about 80 000 tonnes of crushed granite and dolomite for the production of asphalt concrete.