VINCI consortium awarded contract to recover excavated materials from the French side of the TELT site
The Board of Directors of TELT (Tunnel Euralpin Lyon-Turin) has awarded a contract for the recovery of excavation materials on the French side of the Mont Cenis tunnel (works package CO11) to a consortium encompassing Eurovia Alpes (the lead and a VINCI Construction subsidiary), Carrières du Bassin Rhônalpin, Terélian (two VINCI Construction subsidiaries), SATM, Granulats Vicat (two VICAT subsidiaries), Spie Batignolles Valérian, Spie Batignolles Malet and GIE GMM 73.
tonnes of materials to process
of the materials reused at the construction site
This €800 million contract covers industrial processing of the 23 million tonnes of materials excavated on the French side with a circular approach including reuse of over 50 % of the spoil on site.
The outsized complex will include three permanent storage sites, three materials processing stations, eight logistics platforms, 15 km of conveyor belts and a full train loading facility.
The consortium will also provide 78,000 hours of work and training for people on integration paths during the 120 months of works.
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