Canada: VINCI Highways successfully completes Phase One of Regina Bypass 31 October 2017

VINCI Highways (VINCI Concessions’ subsidiary) puts into service the 1st phase of the Regina Bypass project, in Saskatchewan, Canada during a ceremony attended by the Minister of Highways and Infrastructure David Marit, local elected officials and the project teams. Delivered in synergy with VINCI Construction Terrassement and Eurovia, the construction phase is to be fully […]

VINCI Highways (VINCI Concessions' subsidiary) puts into service the 1st phase of the Regina Bypass project, in Saskatchewan, Canada during a ceremony attended by the Minister of Highways and Infrastructure David Marit, local elected officials and the project teams.

Delivered in synergy with VINCI Construction Terrassement and Eurovia, the construction phase is to be fully completed in two years and covers 45 km of new construction, 20 to be renovated, 12 interchanges with 33 civil engineering structures.

Phase 1 of the project has been delivered on time, and in compliance with the Group's safety requirements with 3.1 million hours worked without major accident.

Regina ByPass is the largest transportation infrastructure project in the province’s history, and the first infrastructure project completed with a P3 scheme in Saskatchewan. The project aims at improving road safety on the transCanadadian Highway east of Regina, easing congestion and promoting economic development within the region.

The full delivery of the project is expected in 2019.