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Imagine the result European Infrastructure Friedrich Schneider, Executive Board Member August 4, 2010
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 2 Global geographical mix for infrastructure
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 3 Europe: strong positions in selected countries No significant exposure in markets threatened by budget cuts Market leader Netherlands, Poland, and Belgium Top 5 in Czech Republic and France Solid position in road design (all countries) Strong in rail in Netherlands, Poland, France Other infra activities: natural gas pipelines, power grid, heat cold storage etc. No exposure in PIGS countries and Ireland Limited infrastructure presence in UK
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 4 Central Europe Active in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania Roads and rail including bridges and tunnels Projects co-funded by European Union (structural fund and cohesion fund) Highway networks are generally new design Railway networks are upgrades/build-outs Also environmental impact assessments
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 5 Infrastructure funding by European Union Poland Period 2007-2015 around € 28 billion for transport infrastructure 60% roads, 22% rail, Czech Republic Period 2007-2013 around € 6 billion for transport infrastructure with roads, (light) rail Romania Period 2007-2013 around € 5 billion mostly for roadway improvement and expansion Slovakia Period 2007-2013 around € 4 billion mostly for highways and expressways
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 6 Overview highway network expansion in Poland A1 A2 A4 A8 S8/S2 A18
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 7 Largest current projects Poland Express Road S8 Section – 30 km; building & executive design D&B contract ARCADIS-ASTALDI Total cost of D&B – 1,8 billion PLN Motorway A4 Section – 22 km; building & executive design D&B contract ARCADIS-J&P Avax Total cost of D&B – 820 million PLN Motorway A2 2 sections, in total 46 km; building & executive design D&B contracts; Mostostal, China Overseas Total cost of D&B (both sections) 1.4 billion PLN
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 8 Project example Warsaw Ring Road
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 9 Scope of ARCADIS services Warsaw Ring Design basic, detailed and tender design legal studies land surveying studies geotechnical studies environmental studies traffic studies Design supervision construction works monitoring co-operation with FIDIC Engineer design changes design correction
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 10 Warsaw Ring details Road class S – expressway 2 roadways, 3 lanes + emergency lane each Operating speed: 100km/h, Main road: 10,4km, other roads: 29,3km 4 interchanges (12 over/under passes) 11 flyovers (incl. 354m railway overpass)
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 11 Largest current Czech projects Geotechnical inspection new railway tunnels near Prague For Railway Infrastructure Administration Total project budget construction € 352 million Modernization of the 4th Transit Railway Corridor North and South Bohemia; Total project budget € 1.6 billion Metro - extension of the line A (4 stations) in Prague, CZ In a 50/50 partnership); geo-technical monitoring First PPP project in Slovakia – 2x2 lane R1 expressway ARCADIS as independent engineer Total length of 51.6 km, created in 41 months (started in 2009) Other upcoming projects Prague metro extension; Prague Central Water Clearance Plant; navigable barrage at the Labe river – Decin; relocation of the main train station in Brno
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 12 France and Belgium Major rail projects (high speed and light rail) Roadway projects to increase capacity Projects increasingly funded through PPP Highway networks mostly expansions Railway projects generally new design (France) or new use of old networks (Belgium) Considerable bridge and tunnel involvement
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 13 French road market Highways in concession owned by 3 groups Vinci Eiffage / Macquarie Sanef / Albertis Extension (mostly PPP) and upgrading or rehabilitation of highway network Cities by-passes (mostly PPP) Currently expected PPP funding EUR 6 billion
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 14 French rail market Expansion of the high speed railway network with new lines Rehabilitation of the existing network Engineering market opening further Several PPP projects in multiple stages of development Currently expected PPP funding EUR 30 billion
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 15 Tours-Bordeaux Sud-Europe Atlantique Largest high speed rail project in France Total expected investment ~EUR 6 billion Vinci consortium with ARCADIS preferred bidder Length of new line is 342 km Design process has taken 12 years PPP tender process 3 years until 2010 Construction and testing from 2011-2016 Concession to run through 2060
© 2009 ARCADIS 8 September 2015 16 Belgium Several large projects under development Spartacus plan EUR 350 million total investment for rail, tram and high speed bus lines – in tender phase Pegasus plan EUR 400 million total investment long term plan for improvement of public transport in Flanders (ARCADIS involved) R4 highway extension project Gent (DBFM), ARCADIS in consortium to make final offer Extension metronet Brussels EUR 550 million total investment – in tender phase Gent – study of 3 tram lines Flemish government – coordination point road works – conflict avoidance
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