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Vinci won 338 million euros in contracts in Australia

Vinci won 338 million euros in contracts in Australia

Seymour White, an Australian subsidiary of Vinci Construction, has won contracts to build access zones to the new Sydney Airport and to renovate a major road axis in Melbourne.

Seymour White, an Australian subsidiary of Vinci Construction, has won two new contracts in Australia.

She goes to Sydney In a partnership with BMD, work on the “terrain” envelope of the future West Sydney International Airport – Nancy-Bird Walton. With a capacity of 10 million passengers a year, it will open in 2026.

That The works, valued at approximately A $ 380 million (24 243 million), include the integration of the future M12 motorway. – It will connect the airport to the Sydney Motorway Network – as well Links to the two metro stations within the airport. Included with this Construction of roads, bridges, building links, functional buildings, landscaping and car parking with charging stations Electric

In Melbourne, Seymour White Major Road was selected by the General Authority for Projects Victoria (MRPV). Transportation State of Victoria – for Reconstruction of the Heelsville-Go Wee Roop road axis east of the city.

This The $ 148 million (95 95 million) project involves the doubling of more than 5km of track, the construction of two bridges, and the construction of a 5.5km new mixed lane dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists.. This will help reduce travel time, improve traffic, and improve the safety of users of this axis, which is used by 15,000 vehicles daily. This work will take two and a half years.

The project will reduce the environmental impactCreating 30% Recycled Asphalt, Recycled Plastic and 23 Wildlife Trails Instead of Metal Mesh in Certain Concretes. Many measures will be taken to protect the fauna and flora.

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Seymour White aims to obtain the “Best” Environmental Label issued by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council for both projects.