Strukton wins Chilean metro line contract

WCN Editorial Team 25 Nov 2016 SOUTH AMERICA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Strukton International has secured a contract worth €46M from Metro de Santiago to build five underground stations at the new Line 3 metro line under construction in Santiago, Chile.

 

The contract represents the company’s first project in the Latin American region. Strukton is part of a joint venture with Arrigoni Engineering & Construction.

The project includes the construction of five ventilation shafts and five underground stations: Los Libertadores, Cardenal Caro, Vivaceta, Conchali, and Plaza Chachabuco.

The scope involves civil, structural, architectural, and mechanical, electrical & plumbing (MEP) works.

The underground stations will be delivered within 22 months.

Strukton International managing director Bert Hoekstra said: “This project is therefore expected to be a firm base for further expanding the activities of Strukton International in Latin America and the rail/metro related business in general.”

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