* Indicators marked with „*” was subject of a assurance engagement by an independent auditor.
(a slight increase to 3.14)
(a slight increase to 0.544)
[103-1], [103-2], [103-3]
Appropriate management of the demand for materials and raw materials is of great significance in the construction industry. It is extremely difficult to carry out an effectiveness analysis of the demand for materials and raw materials, but also for fuels and energy in the building industry.
Every project consists of a few stages and different types of materials may be used at each of the stages, therefore it is a large undertaking, also logistically, to deliver them in time and to a particular place. It is a similar case during demolition work in the course of which e.g. debris is collected. In this process, means of transport which are not harmless to the environment are used. For example, during the first phase of building a road, sand is delivered in and at the next stage aggregates and bituminous mass for production of a transport pavement. In order to optimise the transport of materials and thereby minimise a carbon footprint of the entire project, Budimex has a network of bituminous mass factories. Furthermore, we can move such a factory and erect it anywhere in Poland within 5-6 weeks. The capacity of one factory is 320 tons per hour, which in turn involves the demand for electrical energy.