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OUR COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL SECTOR CAPABILITY

Harsco in figures

Revenues by region
Western Europe: 39 % North America: 36 % Latin America: 9 % Middle East and Africa: 7 % Asia-Pacific: 5 % Eastern Europe: 4 %

Revenues by segment
Metals & Minerals: 45 % Infrastructure: 34 % Rail: 10 % Industrial: 8 %

Harsco Corporation (Pennsylvania, USA) and Harsco Infrastructure facts & figures
Annual revenues 2010 Harsco Corporation: $3 billion Harsco Infrastructure: $1.2 billion Employees Harsco Corporation: Approx. 20,000 worldwide Harsco Infrastructure: Approx. 6,500 worldwide Locations Harsco Corporation: Present in 50 countries Harsco Infrastructure: Present in 39 countries Portfolio Harsco Corporation: Products and services for the key industries of infrastructure, metals and rail Harsco Infrastructure: Formwork, scaffolds and access solutions for the construction industry, technical services, industrial services

Harsco Infrastructure

A powerful partner, globally and locally


Harsco Infrastructure is one of the worlds largest suppliers of formwork, scaffolds, mobile work platforms and industrial services, operating in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and North, Central and South America. For clients, developers and contractors, we are a reliable partner in projects of all sizes with our expert engineering and support services. Along with our services to the construction industry, we also provide a wide range of industrial maintenance services. In construction, our expertise focuses on five sectors: transportation, utilities, petrochemicals, health and education, and commercial, residential and leisure. Harsco Infrastructure is the combination of three long-established Harsco companies: Hnnebeck, SGB and Patent. Together we offer almost 300 years of combined specialist experience in our fields. We have gained vast reservoirs of expertise on construction sites and industrial facilities around the world, allowing us to develop a range of services tailored to the requirements of today's international construction and industrial clients. Our local presence enables us to efficiently serve our customers in the realization of projects large and small. In addition to developing solutions and supplying materials, we are able to handle complete project management: from the definition of the task, detailed technical planning, costing, scheduling and deadline planning through to coordination on site. Harsco Infrastructure is a division of Harsco Corporation headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (USA). The company quoted on the US stock exchange supports the key industries in infrastructure, metals and rail all over the world with innovative services and products, generating annual revenues of $3 billion. Harsco Infrastructure is committed to the Harsco core values defining interaction and cooperation with customers, suppliers and colleagues: integrity, our people, continuous improvement and value creation discipline.

The challenge of commercial and residential construction

Commercial and residential construction the intelligent combination of function and design
Increasingly extravagant architecture with growing pressure on costs this balancing act can only be mastered if everyone concerned works closely together and knows what really matters.

Competition on the property market has intensified dramatically in the last few years. Increasingly complex buildings have to be erected at ever lower cost. At the same time, the demand for affordable residential space is growing in many cities of the world. The economic pressure on clients and building contractors in commercial and residential construction has

thus increased immensely. It is essential that construction projects are quickly and efficiently handled so that the usually tight framework of deadlines and costs can be complied with. Everyone involved on the site, from architects and tradesmen through to service providers and suppliers, has to work hand in glove to keep operations running smoothly and safely.

Landmark projects for urban design Often, large buildings in the commercial and residential sector not only serve a functional purpose, but are also iconic in character. As well as advertising the company in question, extravagant business complexes also stand out as landmarks in the urban setting. The same applies to attractive residential

developments and lavishly designed leisure centres offering citizens added value and enhanced quality of life. This is also accompanied by high expectations of the architectural design, which far transcends the mere organization of building functions. It has become an art form in its own right, finding expression in unusual building geometries and intricate faade structures. Extreme roof pitches, angled slab structures, elliptical building corpuses, curves and projections these are just some examples of the unusual architectural features enjoying growing popularity. However, the buildings appearance must not impose constraints on function: the buildings function and design must form a coherent unit. This places severe demands on the standard of execution particularly, for example, if the surfaces are to have fair face quality. As these surfaces remain visible on the finished structure, the formwork and linings have to satisfy special criteria to achieve the desired results. Standardized elements save time and money Because of their special architectural features, large commercial and residential projects cannot be executed with conventional procedures. Instead, it is important to

assess each construction situation on its own terms and develop special solutions this applies as much to the formwork solutions as to access. It is therefore advisable to resort as far as possible to system solutions and standard elements and only to use time- and costintensive custom solutions where there is no alternative. This is one way of significantly relieving the strain on the construction budget. Since custom solutions cannot always be avoided for the complex architecture of modern large-scale construction projects, designers, architects and clients should make sure when selecting the various service providers that the custom and system elements can be readily combined. Ideally, the choice of access and formwork solutions should go to a supplier that has compatible systems for differing requirements that permit the combination of as many standard elements as possible. Such system solutions make it possible, for instance, to move large areas of formwork in a single crane lift, which not only reduces the number of uses but also yields considerable cost savings. It also makes practical and economic sense for formwork elements used at the edges of buildings to be equipped in advance with sockets for safety

elements such as railings. This saves time-consuming installation on site. However, this is only possible if the service provider is involved in construction planning early on so that he can design the formwork plan and prepare the various elements. Firm platform for working in safety The productivity of the working environment depends to a large extent on its safety. So that budgets and deadlines can be met, it is therefore indispensable to accord high priority to safety on the building site. For large construction projects in the residential, commercial and leisure sectors, where different trades and possibly different nationalities come together, ongoing safety management is essential, extending from instruction on product choice through to regular safety checks. The access and scaffold solutions must ensure that workers can access all areas of the building safely and directly. Only then can tradesmen concentrate fully on their work and make rapid progress. In the case of irregular building geometries, uneven floors, projecting elements and narrow surfaces, work platforms mast-climbing platforms, suspended platforms
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or elevating work platforms are capable of saving an enormous amount of labour and are in some cases indispensable. Thanks to their rapid erection, they permit efficient operations: men, materials and tools reach their destinations quickly via these platforms, without those working above and below the platform being seriously impeded in their activities. Different trades can thus work simultaneously without difficulty. If the ground has limited load-bearing capacity, this is not a problem, as platforms can be anchored to walls and in this way ensure safety and high productivity. To make this possible, clients should again consult service providers early on in the planning process so that suitable solutions can be found for the specific project situation. Sites with limited space call for space-saving storage During the construction of commercial and residential buildings in inner-city locations, adjacent buildings may hamper operations. The construction site is often very cramped, with little space available for storing materials. This is where system solutions that save space when stored score well. Ideally, the right items are supplied precisely when they are needed. Essential for this is a clear overall picture of progress on site and continuous controlling. And this pays off in several respects. Tightly organized project management prevents delays and helps to exploit costsaving potential.

Capable and close to the customer

Why Harsco? Because weve got the experience.


At Harsco, its the customer and their needs that count. This is why only the best solution for you is good enough for us.

Our reputation and decades of experience as one of the leading construction service providers in the world combined with our knowledge of formwork, scaffolds and Mechanical Access places us in a unique position. We are able to offer our customers targeted, safe and cost-effective solutions for construction projects of all sizes and kinds. Customers benefit from our international network, expertise, resources and our financial stability, which gives your investment the security you need. Focus on the customer At Harsco, the focus is on the customer. And thats why we ask ourselves at the beginning of each project: How can we help you to realise your construction project on time, efficiently and on budget? Be it a new structure, highly prestigious or small-scale, we know the way to success. With our expertise and our conception of service, we can relieve you of the strain during planning and execution. Thanks to our high productivity, engineering skills and inexpensive applications, we can always find the solution that best meets your needs. Playing safe We choose from a huge range of products that comply with the

toughest safety standards be they scaffolds, elevators or formwork. Because OSH has top priority at Harsco. This is also demonstrated by our outstanding health and safety record. We help you in the selection and efficient combination of our systems to meet the challenges of your project. With competent engineering and ancillary services, we support you by lightening your

workload with planning, erection and dismantling, logistics and project management all from a single source. At home all over the world Our global network of locations ensures optimal infrastructure and an extensive transfer of knowledge. Experience from projects from all over the world is constantly enabling us continually to build on our wealth of knowledge.

Health and safety

Our number one priority.


Throughout Harsco Infrastructure the safety of our staff, our customers and the public is our highest priority. It takes precedence over all other aspects of our business.

Setting health and safety standards for the industry In health and safety, our record (AFR) currently sets a standard for the industry. This requires constant effort in all aspects of risk management, process control, training and communication. Our responsibility is to exercise safety leadership and maintain a safety conscious working environment at every level of our operation. We are dedicated to making this attitude part of our culture and everyday activities.

Working in partnership with you We work closely with our customers to ensure that clear standards of safety competence, cooperation and communication are strictly observed throughout a project. We conduct regular safety reviews, checks and inspections and work proactively with customers and other contractors to ensure we create a safe working environment for everyone working on or around our equipment. Working safely is the best way of keeping to budgets and deadlines.

The industrys most comprehensive safety programme

We run the access industrys most comprehensive programme of safety training. It is ongoing at all levels from site toolbox talks and safety workshops to advanced safety management and leadership courses. Our safety communication plans include a comprehensive safety manual for managers and supervisors
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Smooth-running safety management can only succeed in a coordinated and mutually supportive procedure. Ongoing development Controlling Training Communication Clearly defined processes

backed up with product user guides and safety notes, technical data sheets, a regular in-house safety magazine, web-based safety updates and a range of award winning films including The cost of accidents and In the real world which have been widely used throughout the construction industry.

Our core principles of health and safety All injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable All construction and operating exposures can be reasonably safeguarded Safety is a line management responsibility

Working safely is an essential element of employee performance Line management has a responsibility to train all employees to work safely Safety adds value to Harsco customers, stockholders and employees

Case study: Manchester Civil Justice Centre, UK

Good ideas for safe access


When the Civil Justice Building in Manchester opened its doors in 2007, it was the biggest court building to be built in England in over 120 years. In the year of its opening, it received several awards for its architecture and environmental profile. 47 courtrooms and hearing rooms as well as numerous offices are accommodated here. The characteristic feature of the 16-storey building is its fingers projecting up to 15 metres outwards from the sides of the central atrium and housing the courtrooms. A big challenge during its construction was to create safe work platforms for work on the atrium faade and other parts of the building. The glass panes weighing up to 650 kg had to be installed from a safe position. Harsco Infrastructure accepted the challenge and supplied and installed 3 kilometres of masts for the 21 mast-climbing platforms with heights of up to 100 metres. To fit the large glass surfaces to the faade, electric winches were used, secured on rails between the tops of the masts. In this way, working from the platforms, the glaziers were able to fit the glass Zahlen und Fakten Customer: Challenge: Bovis Lend Lease Creation of an access solution for a building with a complex faade structure and elevated anchor points 2007 Mast-climbing platforms

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panes safely and swiftly. Due to the complex faade structure, some of the masts could only be anchored from a height of

30 metres. The solution here was to erect two double-masted work platforms back-to-back to achieve stability.

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Case study: Rhein-Galerie Ludwigshafen, Germany

Shopping centre of the superlatives


The Rhein-Galerie, a new shopping centre with about 120 shops and food & drink outlets occupying about 30,000 square metres of retail space, opened in September 2010. The 400 metre long and 80 metre wide building complex consists of two retail levels above which parking space is provided on two further levels. Particularly conspicuous is the roof structure with its unusual landmark function. The project involved shuttering over 82,000 square metres of surface, with the walls of almost 47,000 square metres accounting for the lions share. The in most cases curved, up to 9 metre high walls of the new shopping gallery form a total of ten elliptical building elements with radii ranging from 11.2 to 17.55 metres. The other formwork challenges included the dual-lane helical access ramps to the multi-storey car park and the 14 rectangular building cores of for staircases and lift shafts. In close consultation with the client, Harsco Infrastructure produced about 300 A0 plans in preparation for shuttering the geometrically extremely complex building elements of the Rhein-Galerie. The key element here was RONDA circular formwork, of which almost 1,200 square metres were kept on site. In those areas where the radii of the ellipse were too small to be shuttered with RONDA, the custom formwork carpenters went into action. Compared to these complicated curves, the shuttering of the rectangular building cores and slabs was relatively straightforward. They were poured with MANTO large-frame formwork and TOPFLEX timber beam formwork on ID 15 towers.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Zblin AG Preparation of a formwork strategy for a shopping centre with 30,000 m of retail space 2010 MANTO , RONDA, TOPFLEX, ID 15, custom formwork
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Rhein-Galerie

Case study: Bratislava Castle, Slovakia

Professional support for a face-lift


Bratislava Castle is situated on a rock 85 metres above the shores of the Danube in the southern part of the Little Carpathians at the intersection of European trading routes. Records of the castle go back to the year 805. After a turbulent history, it was gutted by a fire at the beginning of the 19th century. Following the Second World War, the castle was rebuilt and in 2008, with the support of Harsco Infrastructure, extensively restored. Today, the castle is used as a museum and for stately purposes. Restoration work on historic buildings always imposes restrictions on access at height. So as not to damage the walls, the tying points for the scaffolds have to be sensibly planned. In addition, archaeological excavations often make it impossible to stand the scaffolds on the ground as was the case in Bratislava on the western and northern sides of the castle. Harsco Infrastructure was the exclusive supplier of scaffolds for the restoration of Bratislava Castle and devised the scaffold strategy. About 25,000 square metres of frame scaffolds and 23,000 cubic metres of modular scaffolds were in use during the project, giving access to tradesmen working on the interior and exterior of the building. In those areas where it wasnt possible to stand the scaffolds on the ground, they were fastened with brackets to the walls. The brackets were anchored with special composite anchors that minimize damage to the historic building fabric and carry high loads. In the interior, scaffolding the Royal Staircase was a special challenge, as the domes on different levels had to be taken into account.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Vhostav-SK a.s. Devising a scaffold strategy for restoring the interior and exterior of a historic building with the anchors having to meet special requirements 2008 SPRINT, CUPLOK

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Case study: Mokotowska Square, Warsaw, Poland

Turning old into new


On behalf of the Polish property company Yareal Polska, the office building of the former headquarters of the metals trading company in Warsaw has undergone renovation. In this prime location at Mokotowska Square, 8,500 square metres of highly modern office space and 1,100 square metres of retail space are being created, inclusive of an underground car park. To make this possible, the interior has been fully stripped and the faade lovingly restored. Because of the buildings innercity location, space on the construction site and vehicle access are restricted. The buildings architecture consists of square and round columns with a reinforced concrete slab laid on top. Like the slabs, the walls, columns and shafts are cast in place. A cost-effective formwork solution was therefore sought for this that would also be compatible with the tight deadlines. Harsco Infrastructure was selected as the formwork supplier on the strength of its flexibility and speed. The columns and walls were shuttered with MANTO large-frame formwork. Ten different panel sizes were employed, some of them height-extended. MANTO was also used for reinforcing the columns on the faades with a new layer of concrete. The slabs were shuttered with TOPEC modular formwork with dropheads attached. This technology was used on a grand scale in Poland for the first time. Harsco took charge of a large part of the technical planning for this project and carried out training on site.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: RD BUD Developing a formwork strategy for the construction of the interior of a stripped office building 2010 MANTO , MANTO shaft corner, TOPEC

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Case study: Marxbox Wien, Austria

Out-of-the-box solution
the northeast side, the building projects outwards and leans over the listed entrance of the old abattoir, the so-called Stiertor. This projecting structure was the centrepiece of the project. The formwork solution had to be feasible within the envisaged tight time-scale. On the basis of the buildings geometry, the project developers of Harsco Infrastructure found a solution that made almost exclusive use of standard elements from the TOPMAX and RASTO systems. Time-consuming adjustments using timber were only necessary in exceptional cases. Another advantage is that the

Viennas St. Marx district is currently in the throes of change. With old industries departing, forward-looking sectors are settling here. This also finds expression in an architectural design that combines the old with the new. The central element is the Marxbox, which is being built right next to an old abattoir. Work has been underway since autumn 2008, and the first phase of the project, comprising 6,400 square metres of floor space, was completed at the end of 2010. The project involved shuttering about 7,500 square metres of slabs with uniform geometry. The headroom ranged from 2.8 to 2.9 metres. On

TOPMAX table form system is highly space-saving and capable of carrying high loads. Spacesaving also means that the logistical costs were low, slashed in this case by up to 70 per cent.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Swietelsky Baugesellschaft mbH Designing a formwork strategy for the rapid shuttering of slab surfaces of a structure extending well over the neighbouring building 2010 TOPMAX, RASTO

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Case study: Tour Granite, Paris, France

Self-climbing formwork for a prismatoid building


Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Socit Gnrale Use of crane-independent SCF platforms despite the faades 8 degree angle; use of a 14.5 m long platform with only two brackets 2008 SCF

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In the last few years, Frances Socit Gnrale, one of the biggest commercial and investment banks in the eurozone, has been extending its headquarters in the Paris La Dfense office quarter. A third office tower with an impressive height of 184 metres has now been erected. The fabric of the high-rise building called for extra-wide self-climbing platforms with fully enclosed work levels capable of adapting flexibly to the challenging building geometry. The equipment used was to be safe and strong above all.

Crane-independent, hydraulically powered self-climbing formwork from Harsco Infrastructure was employed. Overall, roughly 200 metres of platforms were used in order to build the partly inclined and partly tapering or widening external structure of the 45-storey high-rise building. These formed a continuous platform system with 2.1 metre high edge protection. Not only the work platforms but also the trailing platforms were fully enclosed with wire mesh. The assembly areas were clad with boxes during rebuilding work to prevent any objects from falling. At 3.25 metres, the SCF platforms used in Paris had unusually wide work decks. In operation with retracted formwork, they were capable of withstanding a dynamic load of 0.85 kN/m at wind speeds of up to 120 km/h. The brackets

high load-bearing capacity meant that it was possible to create large individual platforms that adapted perfectly to the towers grid of columns.

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Case study: E.ON Ruhrgas headquarters Essen, Germany

Speed and economy achieved with safety


Two 15-storey elliptical towers are the eye-catching features of the new headquarters of E.ON Ruhrgas, erected on the site of the old Gruga Stadium in Essen. Together with several 5-storey buildings, they have been built over an underground car park providing 18,000 square metres of parking space on each of the three sublevels. This project was marked by tough logistical challenges. The site was situated in a residential and commercial area with narrow access roads. On the site, little storage space was available. Demanding from the formwork point of view were the various wall surfaces, which were single-face, round or with multiple curves the tasks were manifold. Over 160,000 square metres of walls and slabs had to be shuttered. Harsco Infrastructure was selected as the sole formwork supplier and handled both the technical formwork planning as well as on-site supervision by formwork foremen during construction. To shutter the walls, custom elements based on H 20 large-area formwork were employed. For the slabs, TOPEC modular formwork injected extra pace into construction progress. For the construction of this huge complex, Harsco Infrastructure also supplied the edge protection: the flights of stairs, edges of the formwork and slabs, and exposed peripheries of certain concrete sections were reliably secured with the PROTECTO edge protection system. In conformity with the safety strategy, the formwork panels and table forms used at the edges were supplied with readyfitted sockets and posts.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Zechbau GmbH Exclusive supply and planning of the initial use of formwork and edge protection for a large construction project with tough logistical challenges 2009 TOPEC, PROTECTO, custom solutions
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Case study: Golden Terrace, Warsaw, Poland

Perfect blend of standard and custom solutions


With floor space of about 200,000 square metres, the Golden Terrace in Warsaw is one of Europes biggest shopping centres. Along with numerous pubs and restaurants, visitors can also patronize discotheques, a theatre and a sports studio. Owing to its striking architecture, the centre has become a landmark of the Polish capital. However, because of the central location of the shopping centre in the inner city and close to the railway station, deliveries of materials during construction proved to be a major challenge. This task was exacerbated further by the monumental size of the surfaces requiring shuttering: 60,000 square metres of walls and 110,000 square metres of slabs had to be poured. It was therefore all the more important to find efficient solutions for the construction of the wall and slab surfaces. Harsco Infrastructure developed an efficient formwork strategy of standard and custom solutions for the project. Formwork systems worth almost 10 million were in use. Safety, precision and punctual completion were assured by MANTO large-frame formwork for the walls and TOPEC modular formwork for the slabs. Custom forms were used for the construction of the angled, arching columns. A combination of MANTO system formwork and individually shaped timber elements were used for this. Quite unusual was also the parallel use of 74 brackets of CS 240 L climbing scaffold that carried the wall forms for the four shafts of the personnel lifts.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: NG Real Estate Development of an efficient formwork strategy using standard and custom forms for a shopping centre with 200,000 square metres of floor space 2007 MANTO , RASTO , TOPEC, TOPFLEX and CS 240 L

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Case study: The Wave, Velje, Denmark

Making waves
On the coast of the Velje Fjord, an architecturally remarkable apartment complex, now a landmark in the region, was built from 2006 to 2009. In 2010, the building was awarded the title of Residential Building of the Year. The complex blends in an unusual way into the landscape, the form of which is mirrored in the architecture. A special difficulty in the construction of the Wave was the undulating shape of the building expressed in its name. This gave rise to roof pitches of up to 37 degrees which were beyond the scope of conventional access equipment. Harsco Infrastructure therefore developed an access solution consisting of 8 double-mast and 4 single-mast climbing platforms, which gave roofers and glaziers safe access to the roof and faade. For the extreme pitches, the project planners came up with a custom solution in which exceptionally load-bearing HEK PROMAX work platforms were employed. For the gables, mast-climbing platforms with adjustable booms were also used.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Bertel Nielsen Development of an access solution for a building with a pitch of 37 degrees 2009 Mast-climbing platforms

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Contacts Harsco Infrastructure Worldwide

Harsco Infrastructure Australia Pty. Limited Phone: 0061 7 3713 3333 info@harsco-i.com.au www.harsco-i.com.au Harsco Infrastructure Austria GmbH Phone: 0043 2235 420 30 info@harsco-i.at www.harsco-i.at Harsco Infrastructure Canada Phone: 001 (780) 468-3292 info@harsco-i.ca www.harsco-i.ca Harsco Infrastructure Channel Islands Limited Phone: 01534 636 363 info@harsco-i.co.uk www.harsco-i.co.uk Harsco Infrastructura Chile Ltda. Phone: 0056 2585 4450 info@harsco-i.cl www.harsco-i.cl Harsco Infrastructure Colombia Phone: 0057 861 8877 info@harsco-i.co www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Costa Rica Phone: 00506 2242-2929 info@harsco-i.cr www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Cesko s.r.o Phone: 00 420 2 7210 1511 info@harsco-i.cz www.harsco-i.cz Harsco Infrastructure Danmark A/S Phone: 0045 7013 3100 info@harsco-i.dk www.harsco-i.dk Harsco Infrastructure Egypt for Scaffolding and Formwork SAE Phone: 00 202 2359 1568 neilh@sgbegypt.com.eg info@harsco-i.com www.harsco-i.com

Harsco Infrastructure El Salvador Phone: 00503 2319-6565 info@harsco-i.sv www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure France SAS Phone: 0031 1 60 21 60 60 info@harsco-i.fr www.harsco-i.fr Harsco Infrastructure Deutschland GmbH Phone: 0049 2102 937-1 info@harsco-i.de www.harsco-i.de Harsco Infrastructure Guatemala Phone: (00502) 2255-6748 info@harsco-i.gt www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Magyarorszg Kft. Phone: 0036 1 4204888 ckocsis@harsco.com www.harsco-i.hu Harsco Infrastructure India Private Limited Phone: 0091 40 - 2370 1710 info@harsco-i.in www.harsco-i.in Harsco Infrastructure Italia S.p.A. Phone: 0039 2 969 731 info@harsco-i.it www.harsco-i.it Harsco Infrastructure Malaysia Sdn Bhd Phone: 00 603 42965455 or 00 603 42965034 info@harsco-i.sg www.harsco-i.sg Harsco Infrastructure Mexico SA de CV Phone: 0052 55 2614 1410 info@harsco-i.us www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure B.V. The Netherlands Phone: 00 31 492 598 698 info@harsco-i.nl www.harsco-i.nl

Harsco Infrastructure Norge AS Phone: 0047 63 86 72 00 info@harsco-i.no www.harsco-i.no Harsco Infrastructure Panama SA Phone: 00507 217-9300 info@harsco-i.pa www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infraestructura Per S.A. Phone: 0051 (1) 252-1700 info@harsco-i.pe www.harsco-i.pe Harsco Infrastructure Polska Sp. z o.o. Phone: 0048 22 231 23 00 info@harsco-i.pl www.harsco-i.pl Harsco Infrastructure Puerto Rico Phone: 001787 769-4870 info@harsco-i.pr www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Qatar WLL Phone: 00 974 4603 983 info@harsco-i.com.qa www.harsco-i.com.qa Harsco Infrastructure Romania SRL Phone: 0040 264 504 270 info_infrastructure@harsco.com www.harsco-i.ro Harsco Infrastructure Rus OOO Phone: 007 495 661 6494 akorobeynikova@harsco.com www.harsco-i.ru Harsco Infrastructure Saudi Arabia Phone: 00 966 2 619 2000 vporter@harsco.com www.harsco-i.com Harsco Infrastructure Singapore Pte Ltd Phone: 00 65 6862 6122 info@harsco-i.sg www.harsco-i.sg

Harsco Infrastructure Slovensko SRO Phone: 00 421 2 4445 9871 or 00 421 2 4445 3296 info@harsco-i.sk www.harsco-i.sk Harsco Infrastructure South Africa (Pty) Ltd Phone: 0027 21 522 89 00 info@harsco-i.co.za www.harsco-i.co.za Harsco Infrastructure Sverige AB Phone: 0046 19 20 97 0 info@harsco-i.se www.harsco-i.se Harsco Infrastructure Trinidad & Tobago Phone: 001868 679-3121 info@harsco-i.tt www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Ukrajina LLC Phone: 00 38 44 206 1088 office@sgb.com.ua www.harsco-i.com.ua Harsco Infrastructure Quebeisi LLC Phone: 00 971 6 534 2221 info@harsco-i.ae www.harsco-i.ae Harsco Infrastructure UK Phone: 0044 1827 266 100 info@harsco-i.co.uk www.harsco-i.co.uk Harsco Infrastructure USA Phone: 001 201 261 5600 info@harsco-i.us www.harsco-i.us Harsco Infrastructure Zhejiang Co., Ltd Phone: 0086 571 883 75 109 info@harsco-i.cn www.harsco-i.cn

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