We are a construction company with a rich tradition and history dating back to 1945. We successfully co-create the landscape of the Tri-City and the coastal region of the Gulf of Gdańsk.
A branch of the Social Building Company was established in Sopot, which after six years moved its headquarters over the Motława River and changed its name to Gdańskie Przemysłowe Zjednoczenie Budowlane. On the initiative of the engineers and construction professionals who came to the coast, the reconstruction of the coast's key industrial facilities began.
With nearly 5000 employees, the company has become the general contractor for industrial facilities in the region. Key projects from those years: Elevator of The Polish Grain Works in Gdańsk, Dairy Plant in Wrzeszcz, Gdańsk Shipyard, Shipyard of Gdańsk, The Komuna Paryska shipyard in Gdynia and the Railway Repair Plant in Gdansk ensured the company's dynamic growth. Orders flowed not only from Polish, from such cities as Słupsk, Tczew, Starogard Gdański and Lębork, but also such distant countries as Korea and Vietnam.
We were the first in Poland to build for the Port of Gdynia Authority a prototype pillarless warehouse with cable-concrete girders with a span of 49 m and a weight of 30 tons. There was a public demonstration of compression and lifting of girders.
Construction in the region and abroad - new production plants, expansion of previously completed facilities on the Coast, and constructions in Algeria and Kuwait.
Gdańsk Industrial Construction Company (GPBP) has commissioned as many as 73 facilities. Most of them were carried out in Gdańsk Pomerania but there were also constructions in such cities as Tczew, Koszalin, Kwidzyn, and even foreign investments.
The 17-storey skyscraper in the centre of Gdańsk was built for the Central Construction and Research Centre of the Shipbuilding Industry. Construction began with the erection of two pillars, which were then connected by floors. They were created, unlike other constructions, from the highest to the lowest floors. After the completion of the skyscraper, both pillars were transformed into staircases. It is so far the only such construction in the country.
Employees of our company develop 17 technological innovations patented in the Patent Office of the People's Republic of Poland. They received state decorations and numerous awards for projects that improve construction work and reduce production costs.
Many employees of Gdańsk Przemysłówka worked on construction sites in Iraq as part of the 'Electrification of 6 districts of Baghdad' program. The 80s also saw contracts in Germany, the construction of the 'Połock' and 'Surdut' oil pipelines in Belarus and Lithuania (then the USSR), the air station in Moscow and the cement plant in Libya.
Construction of a papal altar at Westerplatte to mark the pilgrimage of John Paul II to his homeland. A year later, GPBP took care of the revitalization of the Westerplatte area for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.
Dynamic Gdańsk Przemysłówka survived the turmoil of political transformation in Poland and as a company called Przembud Gdańsk continued its work in the 90s. The successes of those years were Lech Wałęsa Gdansk Airport, investments at the Medical Academy and the first halls of private shopping centers, and 'the Construction of the Year' award.
Celebration of the 60th anniversary of the company's existence. Publication of a chronicle of the history of the establishment and activity of PRZEMBUD GDAŃSK S.A. by Jerzy Czaplicki and Jerzy Góralski.
PRZEMBUD GDAŃSK S.A. receives from the Puls Biznesu magazine the prestigious title of Business Gazelle, awarded to the most dynamically developing medium-sized companies.