VINCI Construction acquires the Seymour Whyte Company and boosts its construction operations in Australia Acquisition of 100% of Seymour Whyte’s shares 2017 revenue of A$433 million VINCI Construction expansion in the Pacific area On 23 October 2017, VINCI Construction finalised the acquisition of the Seymour Whyte company based in Queensland.
Spiecapag, a VINCI Construction susidiary, wins a contract to build an oil pipeline for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) in Canada The project will be carried out in a joint venture with Canadian company Macro Enterprise Inc. Construction of an 85-km oil pipeline in British Columbia Trans Mountain Pipeline
Proton therapy: IBA and VINCI Construction sign a global construction collaboration IBA, the world’s leading provider of proton therapy solutions for the treatment of cancer, and VINCI Construction, a global player in building construction, today announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), effective immediately, to collaborate in offering
Warbud (VINCI Construction International Network) signed a contract with HB Reavis Construction PL for the structure, in reinforced concrete, of the Varso Tower, in the centre of Warsaw (Poland). This 110.000 sq. metre building, designed by architects Foster + Partners, will be the tallest in the European Union, with 50
VINCI Construction subsidiary HEB Construction, has been chosen as part of an alliance contract1 to build the Northern Corridor Improvements Project (NCI Project). With a total value of $700 million New- Zealand dollars (around €415 million), the contract aims at creating a new connection north of Auckland between the Northern
VINCI and HOCHTIEF, in a joint venture, have been awarded the design and build contract for Sydhavn Metro Line (Line 4) in Copenhagen. The client Metroselskabet has awarded the contract to an equal-parts joint venture consisting of VINCI Construction Grands Projets and HOCHTIEF Infrastructure. HOCHTIEF will be the technical leader
This concerns the renovation of the Chamkar Mon water treatment plant, valued at some €21 million. Teams have been working since September on the demolition of the existing plant, prior to the design-build phase for the new plant which will see the production of drinking water there increase from 20,000
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