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RFI - Milan to Genoa Terzo Valico High-Speed Railway Line - Italy - Project Profile

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Summary
Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI) is undertaking the Milan to Genoa High-Speed Railway Line project in Italy.

The project involves the construction of 53km high capacity railway line, out of which 37km consist of tunnels. It includes the construction of 23km of interconnections with the existing railway network, for a total of 67km of new infrastructures, 600m long Compasso Tunnel under Lot 1, 27.1km Valico tunnel under Lot 2 and 7.1km Serravalle tunnel under Lot 3 and the installation of railway traffic management/control systems.

The project also involves the upgrade and construction of 30km of roads to complement the construction activities and ease the traffic during the construction phase.

The project is being developed over six different lots.

Four interconnections will be constructed at Voltri, Genova Parco Campasso, Genoa and Piedmont (Novi Ligure-Tortona).

COCIV consortium includes Impregilo (54%), Tecnimont (20%), Condotte (21%) and CIV (5%), and the overall value of the works contracts awarded to COCIV amounts to approximately US$6,150 million.

Seli Overseas has been appointed as a subcontractor for Serravalle tunnel and Italferr is the PMC contractor for the proposed project.

In September 2003, the final design works on the project commenced.

In March 2006, the final design for the railway line was approved by the government's (Interministerial Committee for Economic Planning) (CIPE).

On September 20, 2013, Tecnimont S.p.A. a part of COCIV Consortium, sold it's 20% stake to Impregilo and Società Italiana per Condotte d'Acqua, on a 50/50 basis. Now Salini-Impregilo holds a total stake of 64% in the COCIV Consortium with Condotte (31%) and CIV (5%).

Construction works commenced in April 2012.

The project funding of US$556 million for Lot 1 is being provided by Comitato interministeriale per la programmazione economica (Inter-ministerial Committee for Economic Planning - CIPE).

In January 2015, COCIV consortium finalized the funds for lot 3 of the proposed project which worth US$711 million.

In July 2015, the excavation works for the Compasso Tunnel under Lot 1 were completed.

In January 2017, Technological systems contract was awarded to Anasaldo STS.

In February 2017, Alpiq was awarded the railway technology planning, construction and commissioning contract.

In April 2018, RFI awarded US$51.4 million contract to Astaldi. The scope of the contract includes an excavation and lining of the Colombo and San Tommaso tunnels in an urban setting Lot 1 with two new tracks dedicated to the metropolitan-regional traffic between the two main city stations of Brignole and Piazza Principe, and carrying out the works to lengthen the Voltri connector in the city's western area (Polcevera tunnel, Lot 2), for a total of 5.5km of new railway line, mostly underground. The planned duration of the works is 27 months.

Construction works are underway and the project is slated for completion by 2021.

Scope
The project involves the construction of 53km high capacity railway line, out of which 37km consist of tunnels in Italy.

The US$7,264 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of 53km railway line

2. Construction of 37km tunnels

3. Construction of 23km of interconnections

4. Construction of stations

5. Construction of 600m long Compasso Tunnel under Lot 1

6. Construction of 27.1km Valico tunnel under Lot 2

7. Construction of 7.1km Serravalle tunnel under Lot 3

8. Installation of railway traffic management/control systems

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