2018

OHL ŽS, a.s. has been awarded an important railway contract Modernization of Sudoměřice-Votice Line. The approximately twenty-kilometre section of the fourth transit corridor is one of SŽDC’s largest and most significant current investments.

2017

Company celebrates 65th anniversary of its existence.

2016

Construction of the Pavlov Archaeological Park was completed. The project won a number of awards not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad.

2015

Completion of the overhaul of facades of the Prague National Theatre.

2013

Launch of the railway construction Modernization of Tábor – Sudoměřice u Tábora Line. The project was completed in 2016.

2012

Královopolský Tunnel in Brno was inaugurated. The extensive project lasted from 2006.

2010

Completion of the University Campus of the Masaryk University in Brno.

2008

Completion of the metro station Střížkov, its dominant feature is a unique steel construction allowing maximum glazing.

2006

Launch of the construction of the National Technical Library in Prague which was inaugurated to the public in 2009.

2004

Brno City Theatre reconstructed and completed.

2003

Company acquired a new majority shareholder – the Spanish construction group OHL. In 2006, the parent company was incorporated into the name, that is how it becomes OHL ŽS, a.s.

1997

Completion of the construction of the M-Palace building in Brno.

1993

Beginnings of the implementation of the first contracts of the European network of railway corridors.

1992

The State Enterprise of Railway Construction Brno has been transformed into a joint stock company. In 1993, the name was changed to ŽS Brno.

1978

Completion of Ivančice Viaduct, successor of the original reinforced concrete bridge which was associated with Gustav Eiffel.

1977

Construction of the head office building in Brno in Burešova Street where the company has still its seat.

1952

Establishment of the state enterprise Railway Construction Brno to provide construction, reconstruction and repair of railway lines and buildings for the then Czechoslovak State Railways.