Rail Baltic Estonia has signed the following construction contracts for the new railroad intersection with GRK Infra and ASTREV-2 Grupp.
Earlier this month, Rail Baltica Estonia signed the first two construction agreements on the construction of three intersections.
These construction contracts have been signed for the Loone Ecoduct, the Künka Road Overpass, and the Tagadi Overpass in Kohira.
The first crossing of the Rail Baltica line, the Saku South Tinome Overpass, was completed earlier this year.
Rail Baltic Estonia has also signed two new construction contracts for the Urge and Kalev ecoducts across the Rail Baltica main track in Rapla County.
The construction contract for the Urge Ecoduct is secured by GRK Infra at a value of approximately $ 5.6 million (€ 4.7 million).
Construction of this eco-duct is expected to be completed by the end of next year.
Tõnu Grünberg, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rail Baltic Estonia, said: “We currently have four contracts for the construction of the Rail Baltica intersection, and we hope that the next construction procurement will proceed smoothly.
“Already in October, you need to know the contractor of the Asak Road overpass at the intersection of Rail Baltica and Tartu Road. This is the first Rail Baltica trunk object in Haru County this year. Construction of this elevated road. Will be procured in cooperation with the Estonian Department of Transportation. ”
In addition, AS TREV-2 Grupp has a contract for the Kalevi Ecoduct, which costs about $ 5.3 million (€ 4.5 million). It is scheduled to be completed by the end of next year.
The company is also responsible for building the Tagadi Bridge in Rapla County.
Tarvi Kliimask, CEO of GRK Infra, said: We are looking forward to the next procurement and hope to quickly expand our portfolio with a contract with Rail Baltica. ”
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