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Rueil-Malmaison, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 2014/05/27 - A consortium led by VINCI via its subsidiaries Eurovia (48%) and SMP CZ (12%) and which also includes Hochtief CZ (40%), has just won a €255 million contract to build a new section of the D3 motorway in Slovakia - VINCI.com. CAC 40; Euronext 100
• €255 million contract;
• State-of-the-art infrastructure project.
This new 4.2 km section will link Strážov and Brodno on the outskirts of Žilina in the northern part of the country. The project includes the construction of four engineering structures: a 2.2 km tunnel and three bridges, one of which is a 1.4 km viaduct across the Hričovská dam. The contract also covers a large number of ancillary works, including restoration of secondary road networks, a variety of drainage works and the installation of all required motorway equipment such as emergency call boxes, met stations, variable message boards, ice warning and video surveillance systems. About 500 people will be working on the project for a period of three years.
To protect the environment, the project provides for optimum blending into the landscapes through which it runs and re-planting of vegetation, including 60,000 bushes and 13,500 trees, along the edges of the infrastructure.
VINCI (vinci.com) is a global player in concessions and construction, employing close to 191,000 people in some 100 countries. Its mission is to design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because VINCI believes in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, the Group is committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Because its projects are in the public interest, VINCI considers that reaching out to all stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of its business activities. VINCI's goal is to build long-term value in this way for its customers, shareholders, partners and employees and for society at large.