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Shortlist announced for Ireland's N25 PPP

🕔 August 21, 2013
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Four teams have been shortlisted for Ireland's N25 New Ross Bypass PPP project. The shortlisted teams are as follows:

  1. BANBA Consortium (Sacyr and Jons Civil Engineering);
  2. Sli Nua (Cintra and Meridiam);
  3. BAM PPP, PGGM and Iridium; and
  4. Direct Route (InfraRed, Strabag, Sisk, Roadbridge and Lagan).

The investment is valued at €215 million. The time for reception of qualification documents closed on 29 June 2013.

The proposed N25 New Ross Bypass includes the construction of sections of both the N25 and N30 routes. More particularly it is envisaged that the PPP Project will comprise works of approximately 14.6km of dual carriageway (N25 & N30 routes) and 1.2km of single carriageway (New Ross N30 route).

The main structural feature of the scheme will be the Barrow Bridge which will be an extrados bridge of approximately 900m overall length with the two main central spans approximately 230m in length.

The vertical alignment for the Barrow Bridge allows a 36m clearance envelope above Mean High Water Spring for the navigation channel of the river.



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