In Mielec, modern storm water and snowmelt retention systems have been built, which will solve the problems with periodical flooding of streets and buildings in the city centre.
In 2021, a renovation of a corroded sewage collector was carried out in Swarzewo using a tight-fitting method.
The modernisation of the Warsaw West railway station is the largest construction project currently underway in the Polish capital.
Uponor Infra Sp. z o.o. supplied Weholite PEHD DN3000 SN8 with pipes for the renovation of a railway culvert.
Construction of the S1 expressway on the Przybędza-Milówka section, known as the bypass of Węgierska Górka. Uponor Infra polyethylene tanks were selected for drainage of the road system.
The renovation of the Konotopa channel is one of the most interesting hydro projects recently completed in Warsaw, Poland.
In 2020, the water main between the reservoirs and the Paprocany pumping station in Tychy was upgraded with PE-HD pressure pipes by Uponor Infra.
In 2020, Uponor did an outstanding job of installing an emergency pipeline on a pontoon bridge after an underground GRP sewage collector failed in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
The specificity of constructing a storm water system as part of railway projects is that it must be resistant to, among other things, dynamic loads from the passing trains. In the case of the station in Konin, an important element of the storm water system is the retention tanks
Slotted drainage VipLiner module made by Uponor Infra has been chosen to build a drainage system for heat and power station of Gdynia.