VolkerWessels wins three Canadian roads worth $230m

A Canadian subsidiary of Dutch contractor VolkerWessels has won three highway maintenance contracts worth US$230m in province of Alberta.

Volker Stevin Highways’ jobs will each last for seven years, with the option of being extended by three years, which will increase the total amount to $350m.

The contracts involve highway maintenance work for Alberta Transportation in west-central Alberta on CMA 514, southwest Alberta on the 520, and southern Alberta on the 521.

Work on the contracts will begin on the 1 August.

Recently, VolkerWessels won contracts on Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport, plans to build two Dutch bicycle paths made from recycled plastic and has hired a "chief digital officer" who formally worked at Atkins.

Image courtesy of VolkerWessels

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