The Trevi Group celebrates important global contracts worth €174m
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The Trevi Group celebrates important global contracts worth €174m

The Trevi Group celebrates important global contracts worth €174m

Trevi S.p.A, the division of the TREVI Group specialised in deep foundations and geotechnical works, continuing the positive trend of 2021 and the first three months of 2022, in the second quarter of 2022 also won new and important orders in the Construction & Infrastructure sector in Italy and abroad.

With the latest acquisitions, the Group’s order backlog at the end of May 2022 stood at Euro 628 million, a strong increase (up by Euro 204 million) compared to the end of May 2021, while the orders acquired by the Group in the first five months of 2022 amounted to Euro 342.8 million, an increase of about 20 % compared to May 2021.

In Melbourne, Australia, on behalf of the Spark consortium, Trevi will carry out, in joint venture with Wagstaff Piling, the foundation and consolidation works for the North East Link Project, the largest tunnelling project in the State of Victoria. In fact, the North East Link Primary Package PPP involves the construction of twin three-lane tunnels that will complete Melbourne’s motorway network with the aim of reducing traffic congestion levels and travel times for tens of thousands of motorists.

In Saudi Arabia, Trevi, after completing the execution of all foundation pile tests to define the best technological solution for the project, signed a contract for the foundations of ‘The Line’, a futuristic and eco-friendly project under construction in the province of Tabuk.

The futuristic city will be home to one million inhabitants and will consist of a series of communities arranged in a straight line, ‘The Line’, 170 kilometres long, running from the Red Sea coast in the north-west of the country to the hinterland, crossing deserts and mountains. The distribution pattern of The Line moves underground at two distinct levels, high speed and infrastructure. Above ground, instead of cars, there will be green spaces for citizens and pedestrian pathways.

In Italy, the consortium San Benedetto scarl, led by Carron Bau, awarded Trevi the foundation and consolidation works for a new underground connection of about 3.3 kilometres between the Merano-Bolzano motorway and the Val Passiria, the main asset of the new north-west ring road. This is an important project because it will reduce the size of traffic, shorten travel times and improve air quality in the city.

In the United States, the Trevi’s US subsidiary will carry out preventive environmental protection work on behalf of Duke Energy at the massive Roxboro power plant in North Carolina, which produces electricity using coal. In order to contain the exhausted coal ash and thus prevent dangerous spills, containment embankments will be built.

Post source : Trevi S.p.A.

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