ERBUD to renovate Przemysłowe Wharf in the Port of Gdańsk

ERBUD to renovate Przemysłowe Wharf in the Port of Gdańsk

The construction is about to begin of a seabed reinforcement along Przemysłowe Wharf in the Inner Port, as well as the replacement of its fender line. This investment, worth almost PLN 28 million, will increase the technical depth at the quay to 10 m, significantly increasing the cargo handling capacity for operators.

Moreover, reinforcement of the seabed will improve the safety of the quay structure, while the replacement of the fender line in sections III-1 and III-2 will allow it to handle larger vessels. The work will be carried out in stages on sections with a combined length of 802 m. Przemysłowe Wharf is located on the right bank of the Inner Port in Gdańsk.

The agreement with the contractor, a consortium of companies led by Erbud S.A., was signed at the beginning of December. The handover of the construction site is scheduled for the first week of January 2024. The investment is planned to be ready after two years.

‘Our goal is to create opportunities for business. We plan and execute investments to suit the needs of our current, and future, business partners. One such project has just been completed. The extension of the Przemysłowe Quay area, a part of the long-term investment strategy of the Port of Gdańsk, will significantly improve communication, cargo handling and enable the commercialisation of new investment areas. Now is the time to upgrade the quay. In two years’ time, when it is commissioned, larger vessels can be handled at the quay, an upgrade that is bound to increase the reloading capacity of the operators’, says Kamil Tarczewski, Vice-President of the Port of Gdańsk.

The scope of the order includes dredging works, construction of seabed reinforcement, as well as replacement of the fender line and other quay equipment.

‘The upgrade of the quay will also minimise the risk of the emergence of seabed deepening detrimental to the quay’s construction and increase the permissible draught of vessels, something very important for our business partners. It is also very important to us that the investment will be entirely supervised by the Port’s engineering staff’, said Łukasz Jabłonowski, director of the PGA Hydrotechnical Infrastructure Department.


The ERBUD Capital Group is the largest construction group in Poland that is not part of international holdings. ERBUD has over 32 years of experience in the Polish market and in Western European countries. It specialises in volume construction, green energy, maintenance services for industry and engineering.