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Bouygues Travaux Publics Régions France, as part of a consortium that includes Colas, Aximum and Bouygues Energies et Services, won the contract to connect the “Sud III” (South III) ring-road to the Flaubert lift bridge, via a 4-lane express way about 1.1 kilometer in length. The link road will consist of a succession of engineering structures including mixed and curved viaducts - the Madagascar viaduct and the Pasteur viaducts - as well as three reinforced fill structures. 

Built within a restrictive environmental and urban context, this project concerns the construction of the entire link road as well as the various elements of the superstructure, incorporating sound barriers, on and alongside the structures. The contract also covers new roads, as well as work on existing roads, in line with the different phases of the overall project, to keep the bridge open to traffic. Our teams will be responsible for making sure traffic continues to flow on one of Rouen's busiest routes throughout the duration of the project. 

The preparation phase is under way with work due to begin at the end of the summer 2022!

Congratulations to the teams for this new contract!


Key figures
The Madagascar viaduct will be 118 metres long and the Pasteur viaducts will each be 163 metres long! More than 130,000 m3 of fill materials will be brought in by bulk carrier.
The consortium
The consortium is made up of Bouygues Travaux Publics Régions France (leader), Bit Spa, Pro-Fond, Colas, Aximum, Bouygues Energies et Services and Menard. 
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