VINCI to Develop Highway 40 in Grande Prairie in Canada
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VINCI to Develop Highway 40 in Grande Prairie in Canada

The Ministry of Transportation of Alberta in Canada has awarded Carmacks, a subsidiary of Eurovia of VINCI Construction, the project to widen the Highway

The Ministry of Transportation of Alberta in Canada has awarded Carmacks, a subsidiary of Eurovia of VINCI Construction, the project to widen the Highway 40 expressway in the southern part of the city of Grande Prairie (450 km north-west of Edmonton). Totalling EUR 62.5 million, the work will begin in May 2021 and is set to last just over three years. It covers widening a 9.2 km section from a two-lane to a four-lane dual carriageway, and building a three-span steel bridge over the Wapiti River and a pedestrian bridge to allow residents to walk to O’Brien Provincial Park. Operations will be carried out both during the day and at night to minimise traffic disruptions.

Carmacks will implement a dedicated Environmental Construction Operations plan. For example, the plan includes protection of nesting birds before starting the earthworks, erosion control measures and turbidity monitoring of waterways during the construction phase.

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