BAM wins $101M Dutch rail station revamp contract

WCN Editorial Team 18 Aug 2016 EUROPE TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Construction firm BAM has been awarded a €90M ($101.4M) contract by Dutch rail network operator ProRail to revamp the Driebergen-Zeist station area in the Netherlands.


The project will involve the construction of an underpass under the tracks and the adjustment of the local road network.

BAM will refurbish the rail infrastructure by building two additional tracks. It will also construct a new bus station and underground bicycle parking.

The new bus station is targeted to be energy neutral by implementing energy-efficient systems and the installation of solar panels on the platform roofs.

Construction work will begin in early 2017.

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

 

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