Eiffage to transform Belgian station

By Mike Hayes24 May 2021

Eiffage is set to play a major role in the restoration and extension of the Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station in Ghent, Belgium.

Subsidiary companies of the French contractor – Antwerpse Bouwwerken and Valens – will lead a consortium undertaking a project, on behalf of Belgian national rail operator, NMBS/SNCB.

The total cost of the project is reported to be close to €100 million, with Eiffage’s share valued at €86 million.

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