Rail Baltic Estonia signed next construction contracts for the railway crossings, which will be built by GRK Infra AS and AS TREV-2 Grupp.
At the beginning of August, the building contracts were signed for Loone ecoduct, Künka road overpass and Tagadi road overpass in Kohila. In the last weeks two new construction contracts have been signed for Urge and Kalev ecoducts that will cross the Rail Baltic main line. Both objects are in Rapla county.
Urge ecoduct’s construction agreement was signed with GRK Infra AS and the cost of the ecoduct is EUR 4 761 674 (+ VAT). Construction must be completed by the end of 2022.
Kalevi ecoduct’s the construction agreement was signed with AS TREV-2 Grupp, who will also build Tagadi viaduct in Rapla county. The construction cost of the Kalevi ecoduct is EUR 4 549 950 (+ VAT). Construction must be completed by the end of 2022.
“We have now concluded four contracts for the construction of Rail Baltica crossings, and we hope to move on with the next construction procurements in a good pace. Already in October, we should know the constructor of the Assaku road overpass at the intersection of Rail Baltica and Tartu road, which is the first Rail Baltica main line object in Harju county this year. This road overpass construction will be procured in cooperation with the Estonian Transport Administration,” said Tõnu Grünberg, Chairman of the Board of Rail Baltic Estonia.
“We have long awaited the procurements of Rail Baltica and are very pleased with the conclusion of this first agreement. We understand the importance of performing the contract and we certainly feel responsible, and we are able to deliver this object timely and with high-quality. We look forward to the next procurements and hope to increase our portfolio with Rail Baltica contracts soon,” said Tarvi Kliimask, Chief Executive of GRK Infra AS, which will build the Urge ecoduct.