Grand Paris: Bouygues and Vinci, winners of the last contracts of the line 15 south

The Société du Grand Paris (SGP) has announced the awarding of the last two contracts for line 15 South of the future metro of Grand Paris Express (GPE) in the groups led by Bouygues TP and Vinci Construction, for a total amount of 669 million euros.
The eight markets of civil engineering of the line 15 south of the Grand Paris Express (GPE) are now disclosed. “The Société du Grand Paris just assign the last two of the eight markets of civil engineering of the line 15 South of the future metro ring road around the capital”, said the SGP in a press release, dated July 3, 2017.


The first of these two contracts, the consortium led by Bouygues TP will be a stretch between the île-de-Monsieur, Sèvres (Hauts-de-Seine), and the area around the station and Fort of Issy-Vanves-Clamart, including a tunnel of four miles, for a total amount of 513 million euros before tax. The group is composed of companies Soletanche Bachy France, Soletanche Bachy Tunnels, Bessac and Sade.


The second contract, which represents the construction of the station Noisy-Champs (Seine-Saint-Denis) for an amount of € 156 million, net of tax was won by the consortium led by Vinci Construction France. This last is composed by the following companies : Dodin Campenon Bernard, Spie Batignolles TPCI, Botte Fondations and Spie Fondations.


41 projects will be launched by the end of the year 2017


In the end, all of these eight contracts represent € 3.7 billion and for the launch of 41 yards by the end of the year. Let us remind that the commissioning of the line 15, which will be long and 75 kilometers with 36 stations, is scheduled to phased in between 2022 and 2030. Among these contracts, three have been won by projects led by Bouygues for a total amount of approximately 1.39 billion euros, and two have been won by groups led by Vinci for a total of approximately 1.09 billion.
The rest must be done by groups respectively controlled by Eiffage (799 million euros), Demathieu Bard (363 million euros) and Léon Grosse (51 million euros).
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