Construction, reconstruction and repairs of roads. We specialize in highways and urban and suburban roads.
Construction and reconstruction of bridges within road and railway engineering. Construction of retaining walls, collectors, water treatment centres, various tanks and structures from watertight concrete.
COLAS CZ operates 13 modern and powerful hot asphalt mixing plants for production of asphalt mixtures. Our dense network of production plants enables us to supply building sites throughout the Czech Republic.
We are a traditional producer of high-quality crushed and quarried aggregates for further processing in concrete centres and building companies.
The activities of COLAS CZ, a. s. include standard road engineering – construction, reconstruction, repairs and other work on roads and bridges. We also construct and reconstruct utility lines and railway structures. Our further activities include stone quarrying and the production of crushed aggregate, the production of modified asphalt and above all asphalt mixtures.
Colas signs an agreement to acquire Destia, a major player in the road and rail markets in Finland
The Board of Directors of Colas, chaired by Frédéric Gardès, met on August 24, 2021 to approve the financial statements at June 30, 2021 and outlook for the current year.
Mobility by Colas, the Colas Group’s digital mobility services integrator and operator, has signed a framework contract with the Olympic Structure Delivery Company (SOLIDEO) to design, roll out and operate "last mile" logistic flows for a minimum of 15 months, using the Qievo solution.
The construction season is in full swing, and we were very happy to welcome the top management of BMW to the construction site of the proving ground located near Sokolov.
Tomáš Krones, CEO of COLAS CZ, has received an award for the third place in the competition 2020 TOP CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES, which was presented by Minister of Transport Karel Havlíček.
In response to the challenges posed by climate change, Colas has made a strong strategic commitment to decarbonizing its business activities. The Group has set itself an ambitious target, in line with the Paris Agreement: reducing its direct greenhouse gas emissions by 30% (scopes 1 and 2) and its indirect upstream emissions by 30% (scope 3a).