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.
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.).
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..
Up to 10 lanes were distributed along the „Mega" highway in the section of the A1 Vilnius – Kaunas – Klaipėda highway, with additional
acceleration and deceleration lanes being installed. In addition, separate flows at different speeds have been made, allowing transit
traffic to travel faster in the two middle lanes. The value of repair works at the transport unit at „Mega" is 17.5 million euros.
Project implementation: 2019-2020.
Customer: VĮ „LAKD"
Contractors: UAB „Fegda"
UAB„Milsa" supplied over 40 thousand tons of dolomite crushed stone mix for road construction.
The goal is to connect Kaunas railway station with the Kaunas intermodal terminal located in Palemonas on the European track. Project implementation: 2018-2020. Customer: AB „Lietuvos Geležinkeliai". Contractors: „Leonhard Weiss" OU, AB „Autokausta" and UAB „Hidrostatyba". UAB „Milsa" provided over 88 thousand tons for the construction of a railway ballast road.
Before construction began, 60,000 people crossed this intersection every day. After the reconstruction of the intersection,a tunnel with four traffic lanes and a length of more than 800 meters was opened, the central part of which is 89 m long is covered. A regulated eight-lane intersection of Liepkalnis Street, prominent pedestrian crossings and safety islands areinstalled above this overlay. Pedestrian and bicycle paths, guidance systems for the blind and visually impaired, and lighting of the entire intersection with the tunnel have beeninstalled next to the intersection. The intersection is equipped with a video surveillance system that controls all traffic directions, and the traffic lights are connected to an automated traffic control center. One of the topics that received the most attention during the constructionof the tunnel was the nearby Vilnius airport and the non-stop landing and take-off planes there, because there is an airplane traffic corridor several meters above this intersection, which created more than one engineering puzzle for the builder, designers, and contractors.
The cost of the project is about 31 million. Eur. Part of the funds for the implementation of the project will be allocated by the Vilnius city
municipality, about 22 million. will be allocated by the Government.
Implementation of the project: 2020-2021
Contractors: UAB "Fegda", UAB "Tilsta".
UAB "Milsa" provided about 22,000 tons of granite rubble for concrete and asphalt and about 5,000 tons of dolomite rubble for foundations.
Start of work: 2019
End of work: 2021 December.
The general contractor of the works: the majority of the contract work was carried out by the contracting company AB "Kauno tiltai", the other part of the works of the reconstruction program was carried out by the company UAB "Fegda".
During the working year, the airport was not closed, flights were operated.
During the project, UAB "Milsa" provided 22,000 t. dolomite rubble fr. 0/45 mm., and 5000 t. of granite chips 0/45 mm..
UAB "Milsa" provided a dolomite crushed stone mixture fr. 0/45 mm. – 40,000 t., and about 40,000 t. of granite chips for asphalt production.
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.