Grand #Paris Express: #Vinci Wins Contract to Build Service Structures

· 17 service structures between the stations of Noisy-Champs and Créteil l’Échat
· Nearly 6 years of work
· A €65 million contract

The Société du Grand Paris has entrusted the general contracting work to develop 17 service structures located on the south-east stretch of the Line 15 of the Grand Paris Express transport network to the joint venture made up of VINCI Construction and VINCI Energies subsidiaries*.

These technical structures will help ensure the safety and security of passengers and maintain the future Grand Paris Express line.

The work, scheduled to take 59 months, began in January 2021. Worth a total €65 million the contract primarily involves realising the structural work, metalwork, locksmithery, electrical systems, plumbing and heating, ventilation and air conditioning of the structures.

At its peak, the project will involve over 200 people. VINCI will also mobilise its endowment fund, Chantiers & Territoires Solidaires, which supports employment and community initiatives located near Grand Paris Express worksites.

Furthermore, the VINCI Group is involved in other works packages of the Grand Paris Express, combining the expertise of and synergies between its subsidiaries for underground works, urban development, railway works, information technology, data and electrical engineering.

*The joint venture is composed of Chantiers Modernes Construction, CBI, Cegelec and SDEL Infi.

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