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Arcadis wins contract for line 3 of Santiago metro

11 December 2013 | 0 Comments

11 December 2013

Design and consultancy firm Arcadis has been awarded an $11m contract to provide engineering consulting services for part of the Santiago Metro in Chile.

In a joint venture with engineering firm WorleyParsons, Arcadis will design Line 3 of the metro, which includes 22km of track and 18 stations.

Arcadis have 18 months to design the stations and 36 months for construction supervision.

Arcadis will build line 3 of the Santiago metro (Courtesy of Eurovia)

The line is expected to be operational in 2018.

The project is part of the Urban Transport Investment Plan in the city of Santiago, expanding the metro network for 100km to 140km.

In October, Vinci Group subsidiary ETF won a $206m contract to build and maintain two lines of the metro.