Regina Bypass nearing completion
5 November 2018 - Projects update and handover - United States of America
Undertaken by VINCI Highways (VINCI Concessions) within the framework of a 34-year public-private partnership, the motorway bypass project for Regina, the capital of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, is nearing completion.
Now more than 90% completed, the works are being carried out by a joint venture led by Carmacks, a Eurovia subsidiary based in the neighbouring province of Alberta, and VINCI Construction Terrassement. October notably saw the teams concreting the deck of the final bridge.
Launched in 2015, this project involves a total of 45 km of new roads, 20 km of roadway to be renovated, 12 interchanges and 33 engineering structures.
The province’s history biggest infrastructure project, the Regina Bypass is aimed at improving traffic flow and safety and supporting the economic development of the region.