Consortium wins €302m deal to build Swiss railway plant

A consortium led by Swiss construction company CSC Costruzioni has won a contract worth €302 million (US$327 million) to build a new railway plant in Switzerland.

modern swiss sbb passenger trains at zurich main station Image: Tobias Arhelger via AdobeStock -

CSC Costruzioni, a subsidiary of Webuild, holds a 67% share in the consortium that will build the Nuovo Stabilimento Industriale Ferroviario (NSIF) project in Ticino, Switzerland.

The consortium, called Consorzio Officine Ticinesi OFT will implement the preparatory works and excavation works for FFS (Ferrovie Federali Svizzere) before constructing the main building, the nearby technical buildings, and all works for the external areas.

Work is expected to start in July this year, ahead of completion in 2027.

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