A branch office of the Social Construction Company (Społeczne Przedsiębiorstwo Budownictwa) was established in Sopot, which after six years moved its seat over the Motława River and changed its name into Gdańsk Construction Industry Federation (Gdańskie Przemysłowe Zjednoczenie Budowlane).
The enterprise employed at that time nearly 5000 workers and became a general contractor of the industrial buildings in the region.
As a first company in Poland we built a prototype column-free warehouse with post-tensioning beams with a span of 49 m and a weigh of 30 tons.
In 1967 a record was set: Gdańskie Przedsiębiorstwo Budownictwa Przemysłowego (GPBP) put into service as many as 73 structures.
A tower block in the centre of Gdańsk was built for the Central Design-Research Office of Shipbuilding Industry (at present Ship Design and Research Centre) with the use of the Swedish, expensive technology.
The workers of our company develop 17 technological innovations patented in the Polish Patent Office.
May workers of the Gdańsk Industrial Branch worked on construction sites in Iraq within the scope of the programme “Electrification of 6 districts of Bagdad”.
Construction of the Pope’s altar in Westerplatte on the occasion of a pilgrimage of the Pope John Paul II to his homeland.
The enormous expertise made the Gdańsk Industry Branch survive the turmoil of the system transformations in Poland and as a company known as Przembud Gdańsk.
Celebration of the company’s 60th anniversary. Issuance of a chronicle of history of formation and business activity of the company PRZEMBUD GDAŃSK S.A. written by Jerzy Czaplicki and Jerzy Góralski.
PRZEMBUD GDAŃSK S.A. is awarded a prestige title Business Gazelle from the Puls Biznes magazine, awarded to most dynamically developing medium enterprises.