Schiphol Group has signed long-term contracts worth a total of up to EUR3.5 billion (USD3.9 billion) with three Dutch construction firms.
BAM Infra BV, Heijmans Utiliteit BV, and VolkerWessels will carry out a series of projects at Amsterdam Schiphol, lasting no later than 2028. The work will focus on maintaining and investing in existing infrastructure at the airport.
In recent months the companies have drawn up their plans and fine-tuned them with Schiphol. Implementation of the contracts will begin in April 2019.
BAM Infra will be responsible for landside and underground infrastructure, with BAM Bouw en Techniek taking on Terminal 3 and Schiphol Plaza.
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