The aim of the Graduation thesis is to study the technological, organization and economic consequences of the new forest road construction. The felling andskidding scheme has been prepared. The state of the forest opening and new possibilities of sledges have been worked out. The FE plan has been used to resume the component characteristics and storage field definition. A possible felling was extracted from the component description. The wood acquisition hasbeen determined according to two varieties. According to the second one. Both, present the costs of new roads, adaptations of existing ones, maintenance of and rebuilding of new sledges and barrier spaces. The latter also includes the project preparation. The result of the study shows the income of the cut down wood cover the expenses if a longer period is taken into consideration. Considering the road construction the owner should pay allcosts. Due to the size of the assortments a machine felling is not appropriate from a technological point of view.