On 3rd August the Eurovia Contracting North team working on the Hull city centre project held a ‘Play Day’ in the city centre.
Organised and managed by the two Public Liaison Officers John Compton and Jonathan Wright, with support from all the site management team, the event was a great way for the locals to meet the team whilst also raising money for local charities.
Since August 2013, national route 4 (RN4) in the Meuse region has been undergoing progressive upgrades. In the most recent development, the Bar-le-Duc sector of Eurovia’s Champagne-Ardenne-Vitry-Saint-Dizier division has been assigned two mandates by DIR Est (the interdepartmental road authority in eastern France) as part of the project to refurbish RN4.
As part of the work to extend the Nice tramway, which will serve the Nice airport starting in 2018, a Eurovia consortium composed of Eurovia’s Nice division (lead) and TP Spada is carrying out the diversion of the tramway’s wet and dry networks in front of air terminals T1 and T2, for Metropolis Nice Côte d'Azur.
Eurovia Contracting North has recently completed construction of the new Freckleton Street Link Road for Blackburn with Darwen Council.
The project took some 12 months to build and includes the construction of 600m of new dual carriageway link road to provide a vital transport link in the centre of Blackburn. The project also involved building a 25m concrete and masonry road bridge to cross a watercourse.
Eurovia SK has just been awarded the eight work packages in the second phase of work designed to upgrade the tramway system in Slovakia’s second-largest city, Košice, which, since 2015, has undertaken to modernise its trams.
As part of its Grand Network Modernisation Plan (GPMR), SNCF Réseau awarded works package No. 1 of the new "high output renewal train" contract to the joint venture made up of Eurovia subsidiary ETF, Meccoli (lead company), VFLI and Sferis.