Dynniq Poland signs fourth public contract in less than a year
Hard work pays off
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced most people to stay home, affecting offices and operations around the world. This didn’t stop the Dynniq team in Poland from tirelessly preparing for a series of public tenders. Using data from previous maintenance contracts, let them offer precise and competitive offers to clients. Now, in 2021, the hard work is paying off: Dynniq Poland just signed its fourth long-term contract in under a year.
Four maintenance and monitoring contracts
At the beginning of 2021, Dynniq Poland signed two contracts for the Krakow area with GDDKiA, the Polish General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways. The public tender was for six separate contracts, each corresponding to a different area of the so-called ‘voivodeship’. We won the contract for two neighbouring areas. This ‘twin contract’ is for the maintenance of 28 traffic lights and 40 pedestrian crossings with active LED signs. This means that a Dynniq team carries out daily and weekly checks and is on call to immediately carry out repairs if there are any faults or accidents. Work in both areas started in April 2021 and will continue until March 2024.
The third tender was for the capital city of Warsaw, and the client is ZDM Warszawa, the City Road Authority. In this case, the contract is for a remote monitoring system, and we will be monitoring 263 traffic lights. The contract is up to be signed in July/August 2021. Work will start immediately after signing, continuing for 28 months.
The fourth contract is signed between one of Dynniq’s partner and GDDKiA Warszawa and, in this case, we will be subcontracted to maintain 46 traffic lights in the Warsaw voivodeship, 29 of which are connected to our ITS application, ImFlow. The contract also covers the remote monitoring system of 160 traffic lights. Work will start in July 2021 and is scheduled to last 36 months.
Using data to optimise offers
Maintenance contracts come with very specific and detailed requirements, especially when it comes to dealing with unforeseen faults in the hardware or damage caused by road accidents. The time and material needed to make repairs can either be included in the contract or be considered an extra cost for the client. For all four of these contracts, it was Dynniq’s ten years of experience with traffic management in Warsaw and Krakow that helped us stand out from the other companies. For example, in Warsaw, we previously had another maintenance contract for the same area, so we were able to draw on our data to make accurate estimations of accident numbers and costs. This enabled us to optimise our offer, presenting the client with a clearer picture and fewer unexpected costs down the line.
For the Dynniq team in Poland, planning for and winning these four contracts has been a massive undertaking. Now, with a solid base in place for the next three years, we can continue to strengthen our partnerships with these clients by providing excellent maintenance and monitoring services, as well as strengthening our team with more experts. These four contracts are also an opportunity to showcase our expertise, while continuously gaining new knowledge and experience that we can put to work for more future clients.