The Brussels Metro is being extended and CEI Construct has a slice of the action. The Belgian subsidiary of HBG Civiel has regularly been involved in metro projects in the Belgian capital in the past, and has built up an excellent track record.
At the end of this year it should be over at last. Then peace and quiet will reign once again in Clapham, which lies about 90 kilometres north of London. At the moment more than 20,000 vehicles rumble through the village every day. Over 85 percent of these will soon be able to make use of the bypass that Nuttall is building to the west of the village.
There are prestigious projects aplenty in Dubai – hotels, towering office buildings, golf courses and stadiums – pomp and circumstance wherever you look. But only one of those projects is visible from the moon: Palm Island. Ballast Ham Dredging is working in joint venture with Van Oord ACZ on this unique land reclamation project.
HBG Construction is working on a colossal project in Canterbury, involving the design and construction of more than 30 shops, including two department stores, as well as apartments, a multistorey car park and a library.
Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau has secured a contract for the expansion of Dortmund’s ‘Stadtbahn’ light rail system. The contract value is more than €26 million. The project involves the construction of a tunnel 1,400 metres long, the Ostentor [‘Eastgate’] Station and a platform 220 metres long. The entire project will be completed by the end of 2005.