VINCI to implement mobility and climate resilience projects in New Zealand (10/20/2022) - Press Releases

VINCI to implement mobility and climate resilience projects in New Zealand (10/20/2022) – Press Releases

Oct 20, 2022 – 5:45pm – New contracts – New Zealand

• Construction contract covering soft mobility and climate change adaptation projects in the Port of Wellington
• Contracts for urban road renewal and maintenance in Christchurch
• A total amount of approximately 250 million New Zealand dollars (145 million euros)

In Wellington, in the North Island, HEB Construction – a New Zealand subsidiary of VINCI Construction – for the national transport agency Waka Kotahi NZ, in an alliance with Downer NZ and Tonkin + Taylor, will perform the construction contract for the design and construction of 4.5 km of coastal pedestrian and cycle paths. along the port. Delivery is scheduled for 2026. In addition, 2.7 km of dam and 800 meters of protective walls against storms and sea level rise will be added.

In Christchurch, in the South Island, HEB Construction has won contracts to maintain roads in the central and northern counties – totaling 1,000km – on behalf of Christchurch Council. These contracts include, in particular, heavy maintenance works (renewal of roads and sidewalks), street cleaning and floor marking. It will start in October 2022 for an initial period of five years, with the option to extend for five years.

VINCI is a global franchise, energy and construction company, employing 260,000 people in nearly 120 countries. Its mission is to design, finance, build and manage infrastructure and equipment that improve daily life and mobility for all. Because its vision of success is global, VINCI is committed to the environmental, social and community performance of its activities. Since its achievements are of public interest, VINCI regards listening and dialogue with all stakeholders in its projects as a necessary condition for conducting its business. Thus VINCI’s ambition is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, partners and society in general.

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