TBI Infra leads the team that won the tender for the construction of the Dutch road for $ 530 million
The province of South Holland signed a contract worth $ 530 million, entrusting the construction of the road to a consortium of two subsidiaries of the Dutch contractor TBI Infra and Belgium based Vinci Grands Projets and Deme Infra Marine Contractors.
The contract concerns the construction of the first part of the Rijnland Route road, which will connect the city of Katwijk with the A4 highway in Leiden.
The consortium, named Comol5, will carry out the reconstruction of the interchange on the Leiden West highway, the construction of four kilometers of a new road and a 2.2 km long tunnel.
He will also be responsible for carrying out road construction work on the 12-kilometer stretch of the expandable highway and adapting it to A4 and A44.
The goal of the project is to improve road conditions, optimize traffic flow in the region and stimulate economic growth.The contract provides for 15 years of service after the commissioning of the object, which should occur about six years after the start of construction work.
The ownership shares are distributed equally between the consortium members: both TBI Infra subsidiaries (Mobilis and Croonwolter & dro) will receive 25% each, Vince holding 25%, and 25% belong to Deme.