Ferrovial selected to build a subway line in Toronto

Ferrovial’s Construction division, in consortium with VINCI Construction Grands Projets, has been selected to design, build and finance a section of a subway line in Toronto (Canada). It will be the largest railway project to date for Ferrovial Construction.
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An artist’s impression of one of the stations to be built by Ferrovial as part of its contract to construct an underground rail link in Toronto

Metrolinx and the Toronto Transit Commission have selected Ferrovial to carry out a project that will link the Ontario Exhibition Place station in downtown Toronto to the Ontario Science Centre station.

The new Ontario Line South Civil is a fast stand-alone mass transit line 6.7km long, which will require the construction of 6km of tunnels. Seven stations will be built along the route, six of them underground. Construction is expected to commence next year and take seven years to complete.

"The Ontario Line South Civil contract will be Ferrovial Construction's largest contract to be executed and delivered worldwide. To have a project of this size and scope as part of our company's portfolio speaks volumes about the expertise and value we bring to some of the most complex and visible infrastructure projects in the world.", said Ignacio Gastón, Ferrovial Construction CEO.

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