Grand Paris Express: Bouygues wins a consortium contract worth 1.09 billion euros

Grand Paris Express: Bouygues wins a consortium contract worth 1.09 billion euros
Grand Paris Express: Bouygues wins a consortium contract worth 1.09 billion euros

PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)–The Société des Grands Projets (SGP), formerly Société du Grand Paris, announced on Tuesday that it had awarded the second design-construction contract for line 15 East of the Grand Paris Express to the consortium of IRIS companies, led by Bouygues Travaux Publics, a subsidiary of the diversified Bouygues group.

This entire contract represents an amount of 1.09 billion euros for an underground section going from Saint-Denis–Pleyel to Drancy–Bobigny station, which is scheduled to come into service in 2031.

“This contract includes the design and construction of: 8 kilometers of tunnel, 4 new stations (Stade de France, Marie d’Aubervilliers, Fort d’Aubervilliers, Drancy – Bobigny), spaces dedicated to line 15 within the Saint-Denis–Pleyel station, 6 service structures and a tunnel structure”, indicated the SGP in a press release.

The engineering company Egis and the railway equipment manufacturer Alstom are also present within the IRIS group.

The part of the contract that will fall to each of its members has not been specified.

-Dimitri Delmond, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0)1 41 27 47 31; [email protected] ed: XXX

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May 07, 2024 04:04 ET (08:04 GMT)

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