Sacyr wins €2.8bn freeway project in Italy

WCN Editorial Team 15 Jul 2016 EUROPE TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Sacyr subsidiary SIS has secured a contract to build and manage the 186km Rome-Latina freeway in Italy.


The contract, awarded by Autostrade del Lazio, has a concession period of 43 years. It includes the construction of 100km of freeway and 86km of secondary roads.

Estimated to cost €2.8bn, the project represents the final part of Lazio Major Bypass, which includes the Sole, Cisterna-Valmontone, Rome-Latina and Orte-Civitavecchia freeways.

It also involves the construction of 78 viaducts and overpasses with a total length of 23.7km, two tunnels, five cut-and-fill tunnels, 17 link roads and three central toll barriers.

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

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