STRABAG-MML wins tender to expand college with bid of HUF 504 mln

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STRABAG-MML has won a tender to expand the instructional building of Kecskemét College's automotive industry faculty with a bid of HUF 504 million.

STRABAG-MML will add about 1,900sqm of usable space to the building.

The company beat Progress-B' 90, Prím Építő, Ver-Bau and Unikorn-Épker in the tender.

German carmaker Daimler will soon start serial production at an €800 million compact car plant in Kecskemét.

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