Nos équipes, composées d’une centaine d’experts en infrastructures et en financement de projet, aux Pays-Bas, au Royaume-Uni, en Irlande, en Allemagne, en Belgique, en Australie et en Amérique du Nord, ont une cinquantaine de projets finalisés à leur actif pour une valeur en capital de 12 milliards d’euros.
Nos équipes sont expertes des projets d’investissement et de construction d’infrastructures voués à améliorer le quotidien des citoyens : routes, ferroviaire, infrastructures maritimes et hydrauliques, tunnels et ponts, mais aussi hôpitaux, établissements scolaires, bâtiments administratifs, sans oublier les infrastructures de demain : les réseaux numériques, la transition énergétique et les solutions pour lutter contre le changement climatique.
A10 / A24 Motorway
The availability model A10/A24 Neuruppin to AD Pankow motorway, located near the German capital, Berlin, is the first of 11 projects of the so-called ‘new generation’ wave of infrastructure PPP projects that was launched by the German Ministry of Transport in 2015.
Using a design, build, finance, and maintenance arrangement, the Dutch Highway/Water Authority (Rijkswaterstaat) commissioned the construction of an aqueduct at the Hempenser Wielen and the replacement of the existing Fonejachtbrug by two bridges and doubling of the total route to 2×2 lanes over 13 km to improve traffic flow and road safety.
The project includes the design, planning, construction, operations, routine and heavy maintenance, and financing to complete the widening of a 46.5 km motorway section adding an additional lane in each direction over 19 km.
The N59 highway, which runs between Rosmalen and Geffen in the Netherlands, required reconstruction to address traffic bottlenecks that encouraged motorists to shortcut through residential areas to avoid traffic. Transformation of the N59 was necessary to boost the economy, alleviate congestion within local towns and enable the efficient transportation of goods and services.
To address the existing issue, the Province of North-Brabant converted the N59 highway into the A59, through partnering with public-private partnership (PPP) experts. The A59 is a fully-fledged motorway with four connections, a grade-separated intersection, a bicycle tunnel, viaducts and other various environmental facilities.
The €116m M1 Dundalk–Western bypass project was a major project and involved the design, construction, and 30-year operation and maintenance of 11 km of new motorway, including 7 km of new link roads and 12 km of over and under bridges.
It also included the 30-year operation and maintenance of a further 43 km of existing motorway from Dundalk southwards towards Gormanston, including a cable-stay bridge over the River Boyne.
The €262 million N25 Waterford Bypass project was a PPP scheme for Ireland’s National Roads Authority which involved the design, build, financing, operating, and maintenance of a new 23-kilometre motorway.
Celtic Roads Group, a consortium comprising of Invesis, BAM, Iridiam and Atlas Investments, were awarded the N25 project in 2006. The development included a new river crossing, a cable stay bridge with an overall length of approximately 475m on the River Suir, and a new connection known as the Western Link, connecting the bypass to industrial areas in the south-west of the city.
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