CSCEC signs deal with Israeli transit authority

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On Sept. 26, China State Construction International Holdings Ltd. (CSCI), a subsidiary company of China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), signed an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract with Tel Aviv’s NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd. on building the G3-2 section of the Israeli capital’s Green Line for US$517 million. The project is funded by the Israeli Ministry of Finance.

The Green Line, located in central Tel Aviv, is one of the key projects for improving the lives of people in the city. The line is planned for 38.5 kilometers in length, including 4.5 kilometers underground. The G3-2 section is the underground part, and the project includes the boring of the tunnels, the construction of two ground portals, an underground station, and three station outer boxes.

The project marks CSCI’s foray into another developed country’s metro infrastructure sector after the U.S. and Singapore. It is also the largest overseas metro transit project for CSCI.

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